For their clothes I got an old pair of pants and an old shirt, cut the bottoms of legs and end of sleeves, made then looks ripped, then got red food colouring put a few drops in some water and splashed onto clothes.


Material

  • 1 White face paint
  • 1 Black face paint
  • 2 Make-up sponges

Method

  1. Dab white paint on face and neck, not too thick (a bit blotchy is ok)
  2. Dab on black faint paint, around eyes, on lips, on sides of nose and under cheek bones. Then blend out so it looks shaded

Notes... For their clothes I got an old pair of pants and an old shirt, cut the bottoms of legs and end of sleeves, made then looks ripped, then got red food colouring put a few drops in some water and splashed onto clothes.

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  • Therese Mudge
    • 16 Apr 2014
      2:59 pm

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  • These kids have obviously seen a few zombie flicks, they’re playing the part very convincingly

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  • The Halloween look! it’s coming sooooon

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  • Not my thing – why do kids have to be scary at halloween?

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  • Add a box and be like Minecraft

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  • Well done …these guys are quite scary indeed.


    • Yeah not fond of Zombies but looks cool



      • Red food colouring is great for things like this

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  • Great models for the zombie paint, looks like they’re getting right into it. Excellent Halloween costume

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  • Great Halloween look! The kids would love this!

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  • Very scary indeed! Well done!

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  • Sure would make an impact for halloween. Good job.

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  • Oh dear how scary is that. Guess that’s the aim though. Thanks for sharing

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  • great halloween look

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  • oh gosh, how scary do these kids look?

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  • i love this especially for my boys, i did day of the dead skull faces for my kids this year which they really liked.

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  • Oh my god, they actually look like they have risen from the dead. Absolutely fabulous idea mum!

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  • I might wait a few years before I do this one for my toddler!

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