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Do you love Legos? Do you want to be one? Well now you can be one. I made these for halloween last year and it was a BIG hit. People are still taking about it. All you need is a few things from around the house, finding a better way to use things that would be thrown out.

This is a relativity easy project.

Step 1: Materials

A cardboard box (big enough for you to fit in)
Duct Tape
6 Paper bowls
String
Spray Paint
Razor Blade/Scissors
DUDE! That is an awesome idea for a costume! I was going to be Optimus Prime but I only have a week to make a costume and this is perfect! <br /> <br /> THANKS!<br />
optimus prime? :/ ok?
Thanks so much for the inspiration! I used the cut off bottoms of red beer cups to make my brick tops, and glued one on to a headband for a hat. <br><br>Here is a flipbook video of me in my lego block costume doing a silly dance. Cheers! <br><br>http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=784141298339
Thanks for the idea! I did this for me and my husband. Everyone loved it! Also a tip...I used hot glue to spell out LEGO on the top of the blocks...cool effect. :)
You guys look great! Except the arm flaps kinda take away from the costume a bit. Still very nice!
nice work. ill have to try the hot glue idea
not the most frightening costume
<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0.0in 0.0in 0.0pt;"><font face="Times New Roman" size="3">This is a great idea!</font></p> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3">&nbsp;</font> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0.0in 0.0in 0.0pt;"><font face="Times New Roman" size="3">One question, why the string to attach the bowls?<span style="">&nbsp; </span>I would use glue and then you don&rsquo;t have the little dangly bits of string on the bowls.</font></p> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3">&nbsp;</font> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0.0in 0.0in 0.0pt;"><font face="Times New Roman" size="3">Also, you could make a stencil that said &ldquo;LEGO&rdquo; and paint each top like a normal Lego brick.</font></p> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3">&nbsp;</font> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0.0in 0.0in 0.0pt;"><font face="Times New Roman" size="3">Again, this is a GREAT idea and thanks for posting it! </font></p>
With just the glue, the bowls would get detached quickly. I sewed the bowls with the cord and put a printed LEGO logo over the visible part of the cords...
Here's my try.<br>I printed out 7 LEGO logos in a color printer. Everyone asked me where did I buy the LEGO stickers :).<br><br>I also used a red cap and put a LEGO piece over the top of the cap. That was funny too...
Thank you so much for this idea! I had lots of fun! <br>
Niice work!
hehehe i did this way back and grade 3 and everyone loved it!~
Great Instructable!!!&nbsp; My wife and I made ours today, just in time.&nbsp; They turned out great.&nbsp; Thanks for the great instructions.&nbsp; <br /> <br /> Each block used 2 cans of spray paint.&nbsp; <br /> <br /> Have a great Halloween!!!&nbsp; <br />
<p>sweet</p>
Hiya ur idea made me want to make a lego suit to for ma halloween party XD
That looks <strong>awesome</strong>!!!!!<br /> I made a pop tart cosume using the same technique last year<br /> Hot fudge sundae flavored<br /> Mmmmm...<br />
I&nbsp;have to see a picture of that, as I&nbsp;have a friend who might sell me her first born if I could pull off that costume. ;)&nbsp;<br />
Its cool, P.S. If you ssearch up unitard on the internet, wear them, it looks better
&nbsp;I wouldn't recommend that unless you live somewhere that is really warm at the end of October. &nbsp;Otherwise you'd freeze your butt off.<br /> <br /> Where I'm from, it's not uncommon to wear your winter coat to go trick or treating.<br />
We have the EXACT opposite problem. . . it's suppose to be in the low 90's on Halloween. . . NINETY!!!! at the end of October?!?!&nbsp; Too bad we can't split the difference.&nbsp; ;)<br />
&nbsp;I hear that! &nbsp;It was the worst when you were a kid here.. you'd make the best costume ever and no one would get to see it! lol
they have jackets on, how cold could it get?<br />
I live where its insane to go trick - or - treatingwearing a jacket.
I love legos!
I think I might do this next year.
Neat! I love them!
These look awesome!
Good job! Very cool.
can't believe there's only 1 comment here! :)
Ok, this is WAY too cool!!!

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