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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun Costumes My husband and I wore these to a Halloween themed, costume wedding reception. Yes, really, very unique and fun idea for a Halloween weekend wedding! Everyone enjoyed seeing us in these, even won the "Cutest" prize! Only a couple of downsides though. The costumes came a bit wrinkled because of how they were folded. (I purchased two so we'd each have our own, in spite of the two faces that come with each) Upon trying to iron gently, the material started to pucker, almost melt, so be very careful. The material is kind of cheap, but it did allow me to hot glue the faces on, with minimal droplets of the glue. (Was afraid they'd fall off with just the Velcro that they come with) The yellow lady "hat" is very cheaply made, more of a visor type where your head sticks out on top. I bought a bright pink bucket hat and glued on bright yellow flowers on one side. My husband wore a black fedora style hat we had. Got some cheap large hoop earrings for mine and we purchased great big white cartoon hands. Matching long sleeved white shirts and matching black sweatpants completed our costumes. All in all, we had a great time making everyone smile! It was worth the money for that reason alone!
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Grandbabies Enjoyed Grandma & Grandpa in Costumes You don't get two separate Potatoe Head bodies. If you would order two sets then you would have double sets of eyes, noses, etc. I was able to quickly sew another body out of felt with felt ears and sew extra velcros on to put on Mrs Potatoe Head face pieces.
Date published: 2014-11-13
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