To Catch A Shark, You’ll Need a Shark Costume

To Catch A Shark, You’ll Need a Shark Costume: a blog about dressing up like a shark for Halloween.

I’ve got a bit of a confession to make. I love sharks. I think they are the coolest animals in the world, and have been obsessed with them since I was a little kid. So it should come as no surprise that this year’s Halloween costume is a shark costume!

I’m starting this blog because there were no resources online for making your own shark costume when I started my project, so I’m hoping to show you guys how you can make one too!

Thanks for reading.

To Catch A Shark, You’ll Need a Shark Costume: a blog about dressing up like a shark for Halloween.

I am starting to get a lot of questions about how to make your own shark costume, so I thought I would post some links here. I am not an expert on shark costumes yet, but here are some good resources on the internet:

* Chris Hallbeck’s instructable on making your own foam shark costume is pretty good. There aren’t any pictures of the finished product, but that’s because he put it in the contest and then won! Good job Chris!

* The other instructable has pictures of the finished costume and looks even better than Chris’, but doesn’t have as many details about how it was made.

* This website has a bunch of different kinds of shark costumes. Some are inflatable and look like this. Some are from sharksploitation movies. One is even a christmas ornament!

For more than two years, a blog called Shark Costume has been devoted to one topic: dressing up like a shark for Halloween. The author uses the site to show off his handmade costumes, which are as close to perfect as it is possible to get.

The shark costume is an impressive example of costume-making. It is an inflatable suit that you wear over your clothes, with a battery-powered fan at the back to keep it inflated. The headpiece is just as well made; it has big black eyes and a mouth full of sharp white teeth.

Though the author does not make the costumes himself, he does make all the accessories himself:

* “I make the shark fins from scratch using foam and cardboard.”

* “I made the sharks out of cardboard boxes left over from moving house. They’re really easy to do if you have some basic cutting tools.”

* “The sharks are made from cardboard and foam, then painted. They are very lightweight and can be worn for long periods without any discomfort.”

Shark Costume is the most authentic-looking shark costume on the market. Shark Costume is made with thousands of hours of real shark footage. When you wear Shark Costume, you can feel what it would be like to be a real shark. Shark Costume is made for people who want to truly become sharks on Halloween.

With Shark Costume, you’ll be able to experience the ocean from a shark’s point of view. You’ll be able to say goodbye to your friends and family and spend some time living as a shark in the open sea. You’ll never have to worry about tough choices or difficult conversations again; as a shark, you’ll just have to worry about catching and eating fish, and even that will be easier than ever when you’re wearing Shark Costume.

When you wear Shark Costume, all of the other kids will stare at you in amazement at how real your Shark Costume looks compared to theirs. With one look, they’ll know that they are looking at a real shark wearing a human costume!

Shark Costume is perfect for anyone who wants to have an amazing Halloween experience this year. Be sure to get your Shark Costume before Halloween, as we always sell out early!

Halloween is just around the corner. My costume this year is a shark, and I’m excited to share how you can make one too!

I started by finding a basic shark costume on Amazon. I ordered the gray version, but I think the white one looks better. Here’s a picture of me wearing it:

I also ordered some felt sheets from Amazon’s craft store. Felt sticks to felt, so I used it to make additional fins and teeth for my costume. This was pretty easy to do using scissors, but if you’ve never cut felt before, check out this video first to get the hang of it.

Now it’s time to assemble your shark costume! The most efficient way to do this is with safety pins. In particular, pin the additional fins and teeth onto your costume. This will take some trial and error because there are many different ways you can arrange these pieces; here’s an example that looks nice:

Finally, put on your shark costume and you’re ready to go! I have found that this costume is great for Halloween parties as well as trick-or-treating with kids because it provides excellent visibility for driving at night. If you want to go above and beyond, you can even hide your car keys in a

If you’re looking for a costume that’s both inexpensive and impressive, there are few better options than the shark costume. The materials are inexpensive, easy to obtain, and quick to assemble. And the final product is a great conversation piece that is sure to draw compliments from everyone in attendance at the party.

The process here is fairly straightforward: we’ll begin by assembling the materials for the costume, then move on to building it, and finally talk about how to wear it.


The materials themselves are fairly basic. You’ll need a large cardboard box (the biggest one you can find), some duct tape (preferably white), a pair of scissors or a box cutter, and some paint (or markers if you prefer).


1) Begin by cutting out two holes in the top of your box – one for your head, and another for your right arm. Turn the holes into an oval shape to make them more comfortable.

2) Cut out a large semi-circle at the bottom of one side of the box. This will be where your legs go when you wear it. Use the cutout cardboard piece to reinforce the top of your costume.

3) Paint large white spots on both sides of your shark costume – these will serve

Shark costumes can be hard to find. You can’t just walk into a store and buy one. You have to go online or order one from a costume catalog. But finding a shark costume is just the first part of your problem. Finding a costume is easy compared to figuring out how to wear it. The question you need answered is: What do you wear under the costume?

I have been asked this question many times, and I have had to figure out the answer through trial and error. It’s not easy. You don’t want to get dressed up in your shark suit only to realize that your outfit is all wrong. Here are some things you should keep in mind as you plan what to wear under your shark suit:

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