Cardboard box Costume Ideas
Know what's scary? Figuring out Halloween costumes for work. You've gotta strike the right mix of work appropriate and creative - nothing that would freak out HR (or your coworkers with more delicate sensibilities).
While the stress of coming up with a costume is enough to make you just show up in your regular attire, you don't want to be the office party-pooper. So I came up with some clever, cheap, pretty-easy-to-implement-and-HR-friendly Halloween costumes that are playfully tech- and marketing-related. Scroll for the section that applies to you: individual costume or group costume.
Last-Minute Halloween Costume Ideas for Individuals
Wear a purple scarf, short blonde wig, light lavender button-up shirt, and of course, bring out your iPhone. Or, you could just be the scarf - it did take on a life of its own - and wrap yourself in purple fabric.
Dress up like Bono - tinted sunglasses, black tshirt, slicked back hair - and hand out CDs with "Songs of Innocence" written in permanent marker on them.
3) Mobile App
Wander around holding a plate of chips and dip (or whatever your favorite app happens to be). Boom. You're a mobile "app." You're also probably the most popular person at the party.
Don a black bodysuit. If you're not into wearing skintight onesies, an all black outfit would do, too.
Now, get ready for some light crafting: Acquire a round black paper plate, some white paint, and some string. Poke two holes on either side of the place to tie the string through - this is how you'll affix the plate to your face as a mask. Paint a white semicircle on the bottom of the plate to mimic the Ello smile, don that face mask, and voila! You're the hottest new social network to totally maybe make Facebook irrelevant.
5) Flappy Bird
Warning: This last-minute costume requires some more intensive crafting. You'll need a duck bill, a cardboard box that fits around your body and some spare cardboard cut into squares, hot glue or another strong glue, and paint/brushes: yellow, light orange, white, and black.
If you look at the bird, he's mostly comprised of large color blocks. Paint those color blocks on your cardboard box - light orange on the bottom, yellow on top, and white on the sides. Then, paint a black border around your cardboard box.
Now, it's time to create that pixelated look on your flappy bird body - the cardboard squares will be used to achieve that look. Paint your cardboard squares in various colors, and affix them to the borders of the cardboard box to create a look of a pixelated border.
Now pop that cardboard box around your body (cut yourself arm holes or fashion some suspenders if you like) and put on your duck bill!
Dress up like a hipster, and hand out graham crackers really, really, fast. Boom. Insta-graham.
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