How to Make a Candy Crush Saga Costume

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How to Make a Candy Crush Saga Costume
Candy Crush Saga Couple

Surpassing Farmville 2 as the most popular game on Facebook, Candy Crush Saga is capturing the interest and obsession of many players. Why not grab your best friend or significant other this Halloween and dress as the sweetest game out today? Standing together or separate, you and your mate will surely have the hit costume for All Hallow’s Eve!

Supplies
Supplies You Will Need

Supplies

To make this Candy Crush Saga costume, you will need: 2 plain red t-shirts, white fabric paint, fabric glue, iron-on letters, painter's tape, a ruler, a non-permanent/vanishing fabric marker, and gold fabric glitter.

Iron On the Letters
Ironing on Letters

Iron On the Letters

Following the directions on the package, iron the letters D, E, L, I onto one shirt and C, I, O, U, S onto the other shirt just below neck. When the two of you stand together in your shirts, you'll spell "DELICIOUS." Other options for word choices include "SWEET", "COLOR BOMB", or "TIFFI & MR. TOFFEE."

Tape Off Stripes
Mark stripe placement

Tape Off Stripes

Use a non-permanent marker to mark and tape stripes at regular intervals along the shirt. The interval size will depend on the length of your shirt; the shirt pictured has 1-inch intervals. Tape along armhole seams and use paper or fabric scraps to block out the neck opening and letters.

Paint the Stripes
paint stripes

Paint the Stripes

Using a paint brush, paint white stripes onto the shirt. Use extra caution around the armholes, neckline, and letters.

Apply Glitter
Apply glitter

Apply Glitter

Once the paint dries (approximately 6-12 hours; check the fabric paint bottle for a specific time), remove the tape slowly. Apply fabric glitter to the iron-on letters so they really stand out. Once the glitter is dry, your shirts are ready to go. To determine if your shirts are machine washable, please refer to the information on the bottles of fabric paint and fabric glitter.

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