Halloween: DIY Wreck It Ralph Costume

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Wreck It Ralph Halloween Costume Tutorial

I’m gonna wreck it! My kids were super excited to dress up as Fix-It Felix and Vanellope, but you should have seen their faces when they saw their Pop in his DIY Wreck-It Ralph costume! I love that my husband is such a great sport (with minimal complaining) when it comes to Halloween, it’s part of the reason why we love Halloween so much. We have been doing family costumes since before our son was born and I’m excited to carry on the tradition this year. Stay tuned to see our big family costume reveal and who I dressed up as from the movie. 


brown overalls
orange henley shirt
hulk hands
tan colored spray paint


Step 1: Purchase a pair of oversized hulk hands from Amazon, along with the rest of the supplies.

Wreck It Ralph Costume 4 copy

Step 2: Find a tan/beige spray paint that matches your skin color and spray the hulk hands in light coats. Allow the hands to dry in between coats, otherwise the paint will start chipping. You can also experiment with acrylic paint. 

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Step 3: Gather the rest of the costume – brown overalls and and an orange henley. 

Wreck It Ralph Costume 6 copy

Step 4: Put on the costume and WRECK IT, I mean go trick-or-treating! 

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You might also like these handmade Halloween costumes:

Fix-It Felix Halloween Costume

Vanellope Halloween Costume

Nutcracker Family Halloween Costumes

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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