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Angry Birds Costumes: A Unique Idea For Halloween Costume for the Family

Updated on October 12, 2012
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Halloween is here and like always the question is what character to become this year! Well, here's a simple idea from the very popular game - angry birds.

First, you have to decide what character do you want to be?

You may want to opt in having a family coordinated Halloween costume and Angry Birds is one fun choice. Adults and kids alike can choose a specific costume based on the different characters of the game.

Angry Birds Red Bird Costume

Paper Magic Group Angry Birds Red Bird Costume
Paper Magic Group Angry Birds Red Bird Costume

Red Bird Costume

Kids: One Size

Also available in yellow Bird, Green King Pig, and Black Bird


Licensed Angry birds Costumes

The good thing is that it's not hard to obtain the Angry Wild birds look perfect if you opt to buy a formally licensed costume. Here's the lowdown on what's available:

Red-colored Bird: This is actually the classic character you think about whenever you imagine Angry Wild birds. The red-colored bird from the earlier levels looks fierce! This costume is made to stick out of your body as a whole bird shape - it arrives with pillow pouches to help you stuff it fit.

Angry Birds Yellow Bird Child Costume

Yellow or Black Wild birds

Fancy going because the yellow or black bird rather? They are other large costumes that'll produce the right shape for that bird's body, with holes for the face, legs and arms.

Angry Birds King Pig Mask

Paper Magic Group Angry Birds King Pig Green Mask
Paper Magic Group Angry Birds King Pig Green Mask

One Size

Also comes in the Red Bird Mask and Yellow Bird Mask


King Pig

The final options are that you should go because the eco-friendly King Pig. This is actually the pig the wild birds are angry at and wish to see destroyed! This can be a classic eco-friendly colour, featuring the pig's snout, eyes and small golden crown.

Whichever character you play, keep in mind that the wild birds actually are angry! In the end, the pigs have stolen all their eggs. You're ready to take revenge if they would like to survive! This may allow for chuckle interactions between your wild birds and also the pigs on Halloween, if you're able to get an adequate amount of you together putting on costumes based on this theme.

Do you think you can make your Own Angry birds Halloween Costume?

There is no reason you cannot make an effort to build your own Angry Wild birds Halloween outfits, but it may be challenging the round form of the bird right. Nevertheless, as lengthy as you become the distinctive facial features correct you'll most likely still look identifiable among these fun figures.

Go a measure further and also you may even produce a large catapult to create along with you towards the Hallow's eve. You are not necessarily likely to be catapulting yourself towards eco-friendly pigs, obviously, but it is an enjoyable prop which makes the costume much more real.

Also keep in mind one key fact concerning the angry wild birds - they do not have wings!

DIY Angry Birds Halloween Costume

What Do We Need?

  • Colored fabrics
  • Scissors
  • Thread/Sewing Machine
  • Fiber paints
  • Paint brush
  • Umbrella
  • Stuffing materials
  • Fabric Glue
  • Drawing Patterns
  • Picture of the character

How to Make An Angry Bird’s Costume Without Getting Angry!

Now that the materials are ready, all that is left is sewing it properly (sewing part not my turf .. :D)

1. Cut the cloth into the shape of the character that you have chosen to be. It would be better if you cut a newspaper stencil first and then use it to trace the shape on the cloth and then do the cutting. You will have to cut four of these.

2. In two of the shapes cut a whole of the size of your face and sew them together but make sure you leave a hole for stuffing.

3. Sew the other two clothes in the same way.

4. Now stuff them with cotton.

5. Sew the two stuffed materials together but leave two holes on both sides to stick out your arms

6. Lastly, look at the faces of the birds and paint them on the costumes using fiber paints!

Voilà! Your angry bird’s costume is ready! Have fun Trick or treating!

30 October 2011, Moira G Gallaga©


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      5 years ago

      В 1991 году на американской фирме “Бизар” был выпущен следующий альбом группы “Tear Down The Border”, в который вошла часть заново записанного материала “Каменного края” и абсолютно новые песни. Альбом продюсировали Роберт Даффи (Robert Duffey) и Тед Бишоп (Ted Bishop).

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      Moira Garcia Gallaga 

      7 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Careful with the game Karen, it can be quite addicting. Thanks for your comment.

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      Karen N 

      7 years ago from United States

      How cute! The Angry Birds are really popular right now and I have to admit that I did try out the game just the other day.

    • moiragallaga profile imageAUTHOR

      Moira Garcia Gallaga 

      7 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      I think we could also say that Angry Birds is the in-thing in a lot of other stuff too. It's a pretty good example of how one creative idea spawns off into a major commercial product. Thank you for your comment.

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      Ireno Alcala 

      7 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      This is a great idea, Moira. Seems like Angry Birds are the in-thing for Halloween costumes.

      Thanks for sharing! :D


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