Saturday, November 21, 2009

UB Funkey Rastro Costume

Here are some pictures of a Rastro costume sent in by Judi C. of Indiana. Her 6 year old son, Aaron C., is a fan of UB Funkeys and really wanted to go as Rastro for Halloween. His mother was up for the challenge even though she's not a seamstress, but she's made his costumes for him in past years.






If you're curious about how Judi made this, as I was, here is what she wrote: "I don't know how many hours I put into it, but the head did take the longest. It was paper mache using a punching ball as the base. I used a pattern for a super-hero costume for the body, just altering it a bit for the belt, arms/hands, and the feet. I probably would have used a pair of sweats as the base but couldn't find the darker gray. It probably would've saved some time."

Aaron has already told his mom he wants to go as Nectar next year, so I wish her good luck on that! ;)
We'll look forward to seeing more pictures next year!

7 comments:

jairo m. said...

that looks awsome!

frogboy 96/ vlurp111 said...

Woah! That beats my costume by a mile! Awesome job guys! ;)

FFM said...

That's really awesome!! I was at a halloween party this year and there was a guy on stilts dressed as Jack the pumpkin king from Nightmare Before Christmas. He had a head made the same way!

PS- FFM IS STILL ALIVE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll be updateing my blog soon!!

jairo m. said...

are you still going to do funkey of the week?

Rebsingh said...

Hey Robyn! You should update your blog... I really like it a lot!

PS - Please drop in the site ;)

http://www.funkeyplanet.com

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UBF Blogger Mom said...

Hey Jairo - Nope, I stopped the Funkey of the week just before the last release, I think it was. It didn't look many (if anyone at all!) was getting into it!

Rebsignh - I'm starting to post again! Thanks for your encouragement. I'll visit your blog soon....so glad to hear you're keeping up with it.