How to make a mascot costume for your Halloween&Christmas Party?

Hi, everybody. Welcome to my blog. In this section, we are going to show you the detail procedure of how to make a mascot costume. You’ll know exactly how a mascot costume been gradually into shape.

After seeing our video, do not stop browsing, the following words and photoes will tell you more detail information of how to hand-made a mascot costume.


The Head Part:

The following is the shape of a foam head mold. We’ve adopted the CNC head mold carving technique and its hand tailored.

There is a cooling fan installed inside the headpiece of some of our top-class products.

The skillful workers at assembly line are sewing pieces of the outfit.

A skillful worker is hand-sewing the nose, eyes.


The Jumpsuit Part:


The workers are packing a finished mascot.

Finish product:

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Santa Claus visits Havre de Grace


Havre de Grace’s Christmas parade was rained out Friday, but city residents braved the cold Saturday evening to see the city’s downtown Christmas tree lit and, most importantly, for the children present, visit Santa Claus costume.

“Welcome to our beautiful city!” Mayor Wayne Dougherty told Santa and Mrs. Claus as they prepared to light the tree at St. John and Washington streets.123456

Once the brightly-colored lights came on, Santa and Mrs. Claus proceeded up Washington Street – which police officers had closed for foot traffic – to Santaland, where children sat on Santa’s lap and told him what they wanted for Christmas.

Santa was followed by a gaggle of excited children up Washington Street. The trees on each side were strung with lights, and downtown businesses were open for holiday visitors to the city.

Children and their parents lined up along Washington Street outside Santaland and waited to see Jolly Old St. Nicholas.

Members of Maryland Faerie Festival group of Darlington, who were dressed as mythical characters, entertained the children as they waited, by blowing bubbles and telling Christmas legends.

One member of the group was dressed as Krampus, a character who is found in Germanic and Austrian holiday mythology.

Krampus, also known as the “dark companion” of Santa Claus, or St. Nicholas, is a horned devil, who carries a switch in his hand and a basket on his back to deal with the children on Santa’s naughty list.

“That’s where Krampus comes in, because Santa doesn’t know what to do with the list of bad little girls and boys,” the costumed Krampus said.

He said the devil would punish children with his switch, or “if you’ve been really bad it’s into the back of the basket with you.”

The children would be carried away in the basket, and could be transformed into Krampus’ minions.

“Maintain the peace, do the right thing, Krampus doesn’t have any business with you,” he said.

Timothy Corbin, of Havre de Grace, dressed up as Waldo, from the “Where’s Waldo” book series. The reader must find Waldo, wearing thick black glasses and a red-and-white striped shirt and cap, in a large crowd of people in the pages.

Waldo, as portrayed by Corbin, could easily be found among the costumed characters entertaining children waiting for Santa Saturday.

Corbin has also appeared in his Waldo costume at city events such as First Fridays and the Graw Days Festival.

“In the books he can be anywhere he wants, so I thought, ‘Why can’t I?’ ” Corbin said.

Natasha and Jermaine Lowery ,of  Havre de Grace, brought their children Azareya, age 7, and Xavier, age 10, for their first visit with Santa.

“It’s a good outing,” Jermaine Lowery said. “Everybody gets to come out and appreciate Santa.”

He and his wife appreciated the Christmas decorations downtown.such as Sika Deer Mascot Adult Costume.

“They really have it festive down here,” Natasha Lowery said. “I really like it.”

Disney’s Doc McStuffins challenges Dora on holiday costume lists


Jennifer Chandler-Saunders buys Doc McStuffins costume because the Walt Disney character teaches her 2-year-old daughter to care for others.

“My daughter fell in love with Doc right away,” said Chandler-Saunders, who nabbed a $340 Doc McStuffins medical kit from Toys “R” Us after the toy topped her daughter’s Christmas costumes list.

Dottie “Doc” McStuffins, a 6-year-old aspiring physician who treats her toys with help from her dragon and snowman friends, is making most-popular lists this season. The doll is already flying off store shelves, according to retailers, which sell about $10 billion worth of toys in the fourth quarter or about half the annual total, according to researcher NPD.dottie doc mcstuffins

Based on “Doc McStuffins,” Disney Junior channel’s animated hit show, the dolls are vying with toys inspired by Viacom’s Dora The Explorer character, long the undisputed queen of the toddler set. For parents like Chandler-Saunders, Doc’s skin color enhances the appeal.

“I’m Caucasian, and the doll is black, so it’s kind of cool kids can look up to someone” of another race, said the 35-year-old mother of two, who runs her own insurance agency in Jetersville, Va.
Doc McStuffins’s rapid ascent since debuting last year is something of a departure for an industry that has a tendency to reboot old brands. Exhibit A: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which debuted in the 1980s and was revived last year as a line of toys and a Nickelodeon series, is a top pick for boys this year, according to hot-toy lists. Another familiar friend is Hasbro’s Big Hugs Elmo, the latest incarnation of the fuzzy Sesame Street character, which industry analysts predict also will be a top seller this holiday-shopping season.

Last year, McStuffins’s popularity took some retailers by surprise, leaving them with insufficient inventory, said Jim Silver, editor-in-chief of toy review website Time to Play. The shortage prompted moms to hit websites such as eBay where they spent double the toy’s $10 retail price, he said.

This year retailers are prepared. Disney’s top four U.S. retail accounts, Wal-Mart Stores, Target, Toys “R” Us and Sears’ Kmart, have on average quadrupled the shelf space given to McStuffins from last holidays, said J.D. Edwards, senior vice president of licensing for Disney Consumer Products.

Doc McStuffins appeals to a wide range of demographics, said Jennifer Dominiquini, Sears chief marketing officer for fitness, sporting goods and toys. “It addresses that human need for nurturing. It’s a perfect recipe for success.”

When Disney executives were pitched Doc McStuffins in 2008, they greenlighted the show quickly because it introduced the concept of nurturing to children’s television.

“It was almost like one of those ‘duh why didn’t we think of this before’ moments,” said Nancy Kanter, executive vice president of original programming and general manager of Disney Junior Worldwide.

The company made one key switch: changing the family’s race from white to black.
“It’s important to us that the brand and the content represents the world as kids live it and see it and that is a world that’s very diverse,” Kanter said. “Just the notion that for some kids this will look exactly like their families and for others it will look like what they see in their neighborhoods.”

This year, Disney added a range of accessories, including clothes, bedding and Doc McStuffins Band-Aids from Johnson & Johnson. The company is also releasing toys aimed at boys, including a blue rather than pink check-up kit because the show’s viewers are almost evenly split between boys and girls.

The brand’s growth helped more than double retail sales of Disney Junior products to $1.8 billion in the fiscal year ended Sept. 28, Edwards said. He declined to give specific data for Doc McStuffins.

For now, Doc’s race and her TV family’s reversal of gender roles – mom is a doctor; dad stays home – has strong appeal for some parents, said Laurie Schacht, chief executive officer of “The Toy Book,” a trade publication.

“It makes it more real, and more interesting,” she said. “Whether we’re talking about color or women, everyone has come a long way, and it’s nice to see that in our kids.”

Big News: Tony Hale Stars In ‘Doc McStuffins’ X-Mas Special


Christmas is coming to Disney’s Doc McStuffins in the form of a little elf named Tobias, voiced by the wonderful Tony Hale, star of Arrested Development and Veep.

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In this exclusive clip, Tobias the elf has broken a Christmas present intended for a child, and he needs Dottie McStuffins’ help to fix it, so that he doesn’t loose Santa‘s trust. Hale‘s Arrested Development co-star Jeffrey Tambor voices Santa Claus.


Doc McStuffins is a critically acclaimed animated Disney show, created for pre-schoolers. It follows a young African-American girl named Dottie who wants to be a doctor, and practices on her stuffed animals. However, once she puts on her stethoscope, her stuffed animals magically come to life.


Check out the clip, and an brief interview with Tony Hale about how his daughter’s love for Doc McStuffins made him want to voice a character on the show.


This episode, titled A Very McStuffins Christmas, premieres Sunday, December 1 on the Disney Junior Channel. Have you had saw it? There are so many lovely Dottie Doc Mcstuffins Mascot Costume in the market,Why not get her to home with your Christmas party?

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Disney’s Doc McStuffins Empowering for Stay-At-Home Dads

Disney’s Doc McStuffins has gotten much attention over the past year, namely for featuring an African American family in the mainstream for preschoolers, and also for presenting a bright and strong career mom (the “Doc.”)

When I watch the show, however, I of course can’t help identifying with the MISTER McStuffins — who is portrayed as the one who cooks for and looks after the children at home — and it makes me recall one of the best times in my life and career — the time during which I was a stay-at-home dad.

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I find it so refreshing to see a show “normalizing” the idea of a dad staying at home, especially in everyday children’s programming. It’s also innovative of the folks at Disney to break gender stereotypes for BOTH of the parental figures on the show. Being a stay-at-home dad is as much of a choice (or not) these days for men as it is for women, and boys and girls growing up and watching these shows will be able to embrace the choices they make and feel proud doing it.

I look back on that time of my life fondly. Being a stay-at-home dad is by far the most personally rewarding job I ever had. But don’t get me wrong, just because it was the BEST job ever doesn’t mean it was EASY. Between the diapers, feedings, cleaning up, having more Cheerios on the floor than in the mouth, cooking, shopping, laundry, you name it — it was work. The hours of sleep were few and far between. When my daughter napped, I was either working hard or too tired to stay awake. But the rewards of the work were far greater than any amount of money I ever made in other jobs.

So how did I land the job of primary caregiver? When my wife Cassie and I found out we were expecting a baby, I had just lost my job in the marketing field. My wife, thankfully enough, was gainfully employed and was developing a wonderful career. We discussed all the options and decided the best way to go was for me to stay out of the workforce for a while and take care of Emma while she was an infant. I wound up starting an internet company to keep myself busy during the pregnancy, but once Emma was born, all my attention was on her.

Slowly, being a stay-at-home dad is becoming more and more socially acceptable. Prince William broke social ground by being the first member of Britain’s royal house to take paternity leave. Television, ever the mirror on current social trends, offers us more and more normalized views of stay-at-home dads. OnMcStuffins, Dottie quite obviously idolizes her mother, the doctor, but Mr. McStuffins is very much an integral part of the kids’ lives, and vital to the way the family functions.

Even though gender role expectations are still pretty prevalent in our society, even though groups and programs for stay-at-home parents tend to be geared toward mothers, and even though magazines and other publications and books geared toward child-rearing tend to assume only moms will take their advice, stay-at-home dads’ numbers are growing.

In the 2012 census, it was reported that 189,000 fathers were “at-home dads” compared to 93,000 in 2000. That’s still a relatively small number of total households – only 3.5% – but, despite some nay-sayers,who are committed to presenting these stats as overblown, I see both the numbers and my experience reflect significant increase in fathers playing active roles at home. Economically, sometimes it just makes more sense if you’re planning on having a parent stay with the baby. About 28% of women earn more than their husbands, as was the case in our family. The good thing is that men, like women, have more options related to career choices today – including staying at home with the kids.

In America today, our economic situation is such that many families can’t afford to have either parent stay at home. There are plenty of single parent homes out there where families are struggling just to spend time with their kids. And there is still the social expectation of men providing for their families. Workplaces are not generally known for their family-friendly work policies and it’s even more true for men. But if you are lucky enough to be in a situation where you can take advantage of this time together – even if only for a few months – do it. You will never regret it. Watching your child take her first steps, eat her first real food, say her first word, getting to develop a bond with your child like you could do in no other way — there is nothing else like it.

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The Ultimate Office Christmas Party Etiquette Guide

The Christmas is around the corner,We are all looking forward to the amazing Christmas costume party.With your office Christmas party fast approaching we offer this simple etiquette guide to help you navigate this perilous social minefield.

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1) Be ‘on brand.’ Lean towards the conservative in all things but especially in your choice of fancy dress. Should the theme be things that begin with the letter P then consider a Pirate, Penguin or even a member of the Partridge family, but under no circumstances dress as a Penis. Take time to consider any unwanted interpretations ones ensemble might present. Should you dress as a Phantom or Poltergeist in a white sheet with cut out eyes then perhaps consider the similarity to a Southern, far-right, politically isolated, members only club as well.
2) Know one’s limitations. Do not take the words ‘free bar’ as a personal challenge. Take a moment to consider any prior issues that may have been noted by yourself, your family or perhaps even a close friend such as a tendency to start fires or profound kleptomania. If after three drinks you are confident, five hilarious, and seven a demon spawned hellion who likes to wrestle naked, then set your bar securely between the three and six mark for the duration of your evening.
3) Realize the benefits of proper nutrition. It is always best to eat a hearty meal in advance of a notable social occasion as canapes are an impractical cushion, unless you plan to act like a cow and graze for six hours straight. Consider dining on pasta, pizza or even a simple burger, but do bear in mind you may be seeing it again later. As such it is best to avoid spaghetti. If you need this explained to you then you have never had to retrieve regurgitated spaghetti from your throat like a nesting sparrow.

4) There is a time and a place to be memorable. Strive never to be more than a foot higher than anyone else unless you are climbing or descending a set of stairs. If you can be seen from across the room then you are probably doing something you shouldn’t. While it is indeed possible you possess the dance moves of a young Travolta or know all the words to “Gangnam Style” in the original Korean, ask yourself, is this the correct moment to demonstrate said ability? This applies equally to handstands, juggling and doing the splits but is especially important if your party piece leans toward the exotic such as Thai Ping Pong or hiding a satsuma under ones foreskin.
5) Keep one’s opinions to one’s self. There is a time and a place for frank discussion of your companies failings; perhaps in a well contrived email or short PowerPoint presentation, but probably not as a hate filled diatribe in which you refer to your boss as a c**ksuc*er. In fact it is best not to speak to your boss at all. By this I don’t mean your day to day manager, but the one who descends once yearly from their ivory tower to walk amongst the people like they understand and could live off what they pay you.
6) The only items of clothing you should be removing are your hat and coat.Exposure of any kind should be avoided. You may consider your genitalia a holy relic of mankind and wish to share its classically appointed proportions with all present, but be prepared for it not to draw the result you’d hoped. Likewise your breasts may in fact be as ripe and full as honeydew melons but ask yourself, is this the time to share them? This is not the time to share them. Performing a sex act on, with or even near colleagues is also deeply frowned upon in a social setting. One would suggest that unless you have soberly and consciously admired a co-worker from afar for a minimum of three months then it is probably best not to sleep with them at all.

7) There is a time and a place for fisticuffs. Roughhousing of any kind should be avoided. Tackling Jenny from Travel or slapping your glove across Ricky from Accounts face and demanding satisfaction no matter how long he took to process your expenses claim is not advised.
8) There is such a thing as too much information. Your willingness to open up is admirable but choosing this particular moment to share intimate or previously unmentioned information about yourself with co-workers is best avoided. You may swear by the health benefits of drinking your own urine, collect small porcelain figurines of animals dressed as humans, or organize your holidays around Barbra Streisand’s touring schedule, but these are details best kept to oneself. Consider how you would feel to discover Tony who sits opposite you likes the rough stuff or collects assault rifles (note: this does not apply if you work for the N.R.A in which case the more assault rifles the merrier).
9) Above all, know when to bow out gracefully. As a simple equation to guide you — the last one left standing is the one least likely to be standing come January. Consider booking a cab.
OK,That’s all, Hope you will enjoy yourself during the Christmas party time,Maybe An Character mascot costume like Santa Claus Mascot Costume and Snowman Mascot Costume will bring so much praise to you and your team.

Looking Forward to Christmas Show Crackers 2013


Ladies and Gentleman,Christmas Show Crackers 2013 will be in Festive Theatre in London. It must be geat party to all of us during Christmas Costume season.

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“The most wonderful time of the year” is nearly upon us, and while some might question exactly how wonderful it is, the festive season is certainly a cracker (ho ho ho) for stage shows. Re-imagined fairytales, cabaret cheer, immersive parties, a zoo’s-worth of animals and a sprinkling of Christmas magic are all on offer in the capital alongside the traditional Christmas pantos — although there are plenty of those too (oh no there aren’t, oh yes…you see where we’re going with this). Here are our festive favourites:

The Classic
With a Christmas tree, Snowflakes, Angels and a Sugar Plum Fairy, it doesn’t get much more Christmassy than The Nutcracker. A ballet performed by countless companies since its first incarnation in 1892, The Nutcracker follows the story of a young girl on Christmas Eve who gets whisked into a fantastical world where toys become larger than life.
The Traditionals
For over 20 years the Wintershall Players, based at Wintershall in Surrey, have performed their famous Nativity play to tens of thousands of people at its home in the Surrey Hills. This year for the first time the Wintershall Nativity Play is making its own pilgrimage for a one-off special against the backdrop of BBC Broadcasting House. With a cast of over 70, songs, music, live sheep and donkeys, it’s the Nativity on a grand scale. 19 December, £20.50/£10.50.
The Alternative
For something altogether different, you could try an ‘immersive theatre Christmas party’ at performing arts venue Village Underground. Together with Secret Productions and immersive theatre company Petersham Playhouse, The Imaginarium offers companies something different than the usual dinner-and-drinks-and-moredrinks-and-bottomphotocopying-and-awkwardfumbleinthecloakroom. The venue has been transformed into a series of magical parallel universes and with tube carriages, wartime planes, curiosity shops and a whole host of actors to bring it to life. It certainly sounds set to be an office party to remember. 20 December, £49.50.
The Musical
Fantastical, bizarre, and with a whole lot of Whos, the Grammy-nominated musicalSeussical the Musical is at Arts Theatre to tell the story of Horton the Elephant and the tiny world of the Who he heard (he did hear it, he did, he definitely definitely did!). 30 November-5 January 2014, £25/£22.50.
The Cabaret
Dip your toe into a bit of festive variety this season at The Clapham Grand. Beyond the Christmas Cabaret is back for an evening of Yuletide cheer by some of London’s foremost variety performers. Nothing says pass the cranberry sauce quite like burlesque, musical duos, acrobatics and comedy, all hosted by cabaret veteran Des O’Connor. 15 December, £15-£25
The Interactive
Get to your feet and start unravelling the magic of Christmas for yourself with these immersive performances. George Neighbour has lived at Battersea Arts Centre his whole life, but his memory isn’t what it used to be. Join him at The Good Neighbour to take over the old Battersea building, solve the mysteries and unveil a host of curious characters, all with their own tale to tell. 6 December-4 January 2014, £12-£19.50.
The Fluffies
If the annual cries of “I want a PUPPY’”, “but I asked for a KITTEN”, “I don’t care if they don’t actually exist, I demand a UNICORN” leave you reaching for the bathroom medicine cabinet, then you may be pleased to hear that gorillas, tigers, snails, whales and even an elephantom are on offer this year. Most of these shows are aimed at kids, but Londonist is still waiting on their pet unicorn, so we’re sure big kids are welcome too.
The Magic
London’s longest running magic and illusion show (now in its 11th year), The Magic Cavern is at Barons Court Theatre with extra sprinklings of magic to celebrate the festive season. Witness the impossible, suspend belief, and… tell the box office manager if it’s your birthday to get a shout-out. Magic. 1-27 December, £12/£8.
The Grown Up
Nice tales of magic and animals at Christmas? Bah, humbug! If you prefer your theatre outings less sugar and more spice (and certainly never all things nice) then The Night Before Christmas at Soho Theatre is promising Yuletide with a bit of satirical bite (29 November-5 January 2014, £17.50-£25), and Mischief Theatre is at Pleasance Theatre (intentionally) butchering a much-loved favourite, with Peter Pan Goes Wrong (10 December-5 January 2014, £12-£16).
The Pantos
We couldn’t write a Christmas stage list without including a selection of this year’s set of Christmas pantomimes. Incredibly cheesy, even more cringeworthy and most of all, bloody good fun, they’re a British institution and we love them (or love to hate them).
This year expect cat puns aplenty with Puss in Boots costume at Hackney Empire (23 November-5 January 2014, £10-£32). Er, even more cat puns at the ‘mewsical’ panto Dick Whittington at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch (30 November-11 January 2014, £18-£25). Evil giants reside withJack and the Beanstalk at Lyric Hammersmith (23 November-4 January 2014, £12.50-£35) with another edition at Southwark Playhouse (6 December-11 January 2014, £10-£14).

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Where To Buy A Minions Costume?


Mentioned to Minions,We will think of Despicable Me quickly, It is the most popular star around the world these days.This past summer, we took all three kiddos to the theater to see Despicable Me II. I never saw the first one, and frankly, I don’t really care to see the second one. But oh my…….we ALL loved it! Such a cute little movie. So many people are concentrating on where to buy a minions costume from Despicable Me , In this article,I will lead you about this.Despicable Me

Minions are yellow henchmen who have existed since the beginning of time, evolving from yellow single-celled organismsinto beings who have only one purpose: to serve history’s most ambitious villains. After their ineptitude destroys all their masters, including a T. Rex and Dracula, they decide to isolate themselves from the world and start a new life inAntarctica. Sometime in the 1960s, the lack of a master drives them into depression, so Kevin and two other Minions set out to find a new one.They arrive at a villain convention, where they compete for the right to be henchmen for Scarlet Overkill, a stylish and ambitious villain determined to dominate the world and become the first female super-villain.

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There are so many Minions costume provider in the market nowadays, but where can I get a minions costumes with excellent quality and reasonable price is really a problem,some of minions fans are making a minions costume by themselves,it really a enjoyable process. To me, I am not so clever in home-making. So I had better to buy a minions costumes from other online mascot costumes shop as have got costumes from them for a long time, the quality and service is so excellent and attractive in the market. You can have a visit to minions costume page when you a re free.

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How to make a Despicable Me minion costume


Nothing was a bigger box office hit this winter than Despicable Me and its gang of misfit minions. Want to keep in touch with this motley crew past the big screen? This Christmas you can assemble the minions and be the life of the party for just $20 dollars!


What you’ll need:
Yellow T-shirt ($3)
Denim shorts or pants
Black suspenders ($6)
Black gloves ($5)
Black headband ($3)
Plastic foam cups ($1)
Pins ($2)
Black and silver markers


You can create your own minion costumes logo by simply searching images on Google. Once you have the logo sized to perfection, you can print it on your iron-on transfer paper. When ironing on your logo, make sure to have the iron set on the highest cotton setting, and hold it on the paper for two to three minutes.
Start with your black headband, plastic foam cups, pins, and silver and black markers. Cut the cups about 1 inch to 1-1/2 inches from the bottom all the way around the cup.
Next, color both the outside and the inside of the cup silver to resemble the metal of the minion‘s goggles. Be sure to leave what used to be the inside bottom of the cup white for the minion’s eyes.
Then, take a black marker and draw a black circle in the center of the white surface to resemble the pupil of the minion’s eye. Take your pin and put it through both the center of the black circle you just created and through a part of the black headband.
Fasten the pin from behind. Some minions have two eyes, others only have one. The choice is yours!
Your safest bet to best resemble a mischievous minion is to find a pair of old-fashioned overalls. However, we know how rare it is that you held onto those bad boys circa your ’90s days. To give the illusion of an overall-type outfit, we recommend pairing your favorite set of denim shorts or skinny jeans with black suspenders, which can be found at Party City, Hot Topic, Target or Sears.
Throw your gloves on, which can also found at Party City or Target, to complete your minion look. Pair the outfit with some high-top, combat-style boots if you have them, or a classic pair of sneakers!

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