Lady and the Tramp costumes can be worn by fans of the Disney classic, both young and old. This 1950s Disney cartoon is about a spoiled cocker spaniel, named Lady, with a wealthy master and her love of a stray city dog, the Tramp. The cartoon is played on TV and even in theaters every few years, allowing young kids to discover the timeless Disney cartoon. Because of its popularity, your Lady and the Tramp costumes will be easy to recognize.
Things You'll Need
- 1 brown plastic hair band without decoration
- 1 gray plastic hair band without decoration
- 2 brown socks
- 2 gray socks
- Light and dark brown makeup
- Light and dark gray makeup
- Black makeup
- Brown shirt
- Brown sweatpants
- Brown mittens
- Gray shirt
- Gray sweatpants
- Fuzzy gray mittens
Glue a brown sock to each side of a brown plastic hair band using a glue gun. Plug your glue gun into the wall socket and let it warm for 10 minutes. Apply a tab of hot glue to the end of the sock and press it against the hair band. Wait a minute for the glue to cure. Repeat this for the other sock. The socks should hang down on each side like dog ears.
Apply light brown makeup around your mouth and chin, the sides of your nose and between your eyes. Apply darker brown makeup to the rest of your face. Apply the dark gray in a zig-zag pattern around the sides of the mouth to appear like fur. Paint the tip of your nose with black makeup.
Put on the brown shirt and sweat pants, hair band and brown mittens.
Glue a gray sock to each side of a gray plastic hair band using a glue gun. Plug your glue gun into the wall socket and let it warm for 10 minutes. Apply a tab of hot glue to the end of the sock and press it against the hair band. Wait a minute for the glue to cure. Repeat this for the other sock. The socks should hang down on each side like dog ears.
Apply light gray makeup in a circle around each of your eyes and around your mouth. Apply dark gray makeup to the rest of your face. Paint the tip of your nose with black makeup.
Put on a gray shirt and sweatpants, hair band and a pair of fuzzy gray mittens.
- Photo Credit Dogs face image by adrian stones from Fotolia.com
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