How To Become The Ultimate Chucky, the Monster

How to become Chucky, the Monster

How To Become The Ultimate Chucky, the Monster

A blog where I talk about step by step guides for dressing up as Chucky.

March 8, 2016

Dressing up as Chucky is one of the most popular Halloween themes. But finding a costume can be difficult. Here, we’ll show you how to make your own Chucky costume so you can stand out at your next party!

1. Create a Padded Shirt

The first step is to create a padded shirt. This will be used to give you the “chunky” look that Chucky has. To do this, take a red t-shirt and cut it down the middle from top to bottom. Then cut two pieces of cardboard that are roughly the same size as each half of the shirt and sew them into place. Sew the two halves back together and then cut holes for your head and arms. You should now have what looks like a red vest with two pieces of cardboard inside it! If you want to get more creative, use different colored shirts or even paint some designs on them with fabric paint.

2. Make a Mask

Next up is making your mask! For this part of the costume we recommend using

For Halloween, do you want to become the ultimate Chucky, the Monster? Then I have just the solution for you! In this article, I will be talking about how to dress up as Chucky, and become a scary monster.

Here are the steps that you can follow:

1. Dress up in blue overalls, white shirt and black shoes. Look for any costume store for this.

2. Find a red hair wig. If you have your own red hair already then skip this step.

3. Paint your face white and draw freckles on your face with a red lipstick or red lip liner pencil. Add some fake blood coming out of your neck or mouth.

4. Buy a knife or a sharp object to hold in your hand and scare people around you!

This is a step by step guide on how to become Chucky, the Monster doll. I will go through the costume piece by piece, how to make it and where to buy it.

This guide will be divided into two parts: Make-up and Outfit.

For the Make-up you will need:

1 x Dermacol Foundation in shade 211

1 x Mehron Paradise AQ Palette in reds

1 x Mehron Paradise AQ Palette in black

1 x Black Eyeliner Pencil

Face Glue

Make up Brushes (I recommend using the Morphe ones)

Hi, I’m Chucky, the doll. This blog is about me and it is written by a very good friend of mine. I am mainly just sharing my story with all of you about how I came to be and how my life was before I came to be who I am now. I have been a part of many movies but my favorite one has to be Child’s Play. My best friend in the world is Andy, he is really cool and very fun to be around. But, my other friend Tiffany is also really fun to hang out with too. If you have any questions just ask me at or contact me on Facebook! Thanks for reading!

It’s the night of October 31st, you have your kids all dressed up in their favorite costumes, ready to go out into the neighborhood and collect as much candy as they possibly can. You’ve got your own costume all set, and you are ready to rock that adult Halloween party you are going to later on. But wait! You realize that you haven’t got a costume for your baby yet, who is currently napping in his room. What should you do?

This is a predicament that many parents run into, but I am here to help! You see, I have this baby boy myself, and I was in the same exact situation last year. I had no idea what kind of costume I should put my little guy in. He was only 2 months old, so he couldn’t really walk around and pick out his own costume. My wife and I debated back and forth which one we should get him until finally it came down to two options: a lion or a monkey.

While both would have been adorable on him, we decided to go with the lion costume since we found an amazing deal on it that we couldn’t pass up (we were trying to save money). It turned out great too,

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