(NOTE: The following item - or a variation thereof - was published in the Tri-State Gazette on October 2, 2012 at the Phineas and Ferb Wiki.)
Okay, it's almost that time of year again where you dress up as something and do legalized begging for sweets or if you're older, handing out treats or escorting your family members on the last day of the month called October. You want to dress as a Phineas and Ferb character, but don't have stuff to pull it off, especially cash money? Well, we know what you're going to do on or about October 31st, and you don't need to build an outlandish machine to do so, you can get most of these costume pieces at thrift stores or second-hand shops near you.
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Sadly, there's no Jake and the Never Land Pirate costumes avaialble, so if you have a child between ages two and seven, we have some Halloween help.
Disney costume designer Zachary Bilemdjian, who works with the Never Land Pirate Band (Sharky and Bones) on their music videos you watch to end each episode, developed these step-by-step instructions on how to transform your little ones into the “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” characters Jake, Izzy and Cubby.
- Red fabric 17” square or bandana
- Grey fabric (long enough to wrap around your child’s waist)
- Black yarn or ribbon
- Yellow duct tape (or reflective yellow tape, remember it gets dark on Halloween)
- Four large buttons,
- White T-shirt
- Dark blue vest or jacket
- Blue jeans or pants
- Brown boots
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