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5 DIY projects for your Halloween night

30 Oct 2014

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4. Lady Gaga Video Glasses

Video glasses

(Source: the-gella)

Whether you like Lade Gaga or not is insignificant. We can all agree that her outfits are extraordinary, one cannot help but have a second look. So if you want the same attention this Halloween but hate wearing fresh meat, then you can settle for video glasses. To make this gadget, you need two digital picture frame keychains, a slideshow and black sunglasses. A step-by-step guide is available via By the way, you can't see through the glasses, so don't wear them when walking around your community or office.

5. Bendgate



If you want scandals, pop culture, the latest trends and a good laugh, then why not sport an Apple iPhone 6 costume that's sure to bend like a pro? sampled a look, but they don't have any stocks for sale. Do not fret. You can create your own version with handpainted homescreen details as shown in the photo above. You may also print out the front part of the iPhone using stock photos online. Simply fold it around where the volume buttons are located. Make a hole for your head or just hang it from your neck. Wear black to have a better effect.

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