How to Make Vampire Fangs Out of Household Items

Written by heidi albee
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You've got the tuxedo, the cape and the fake blood. Now all you need to complete the ultimate vampire Halloween costume are the fangs. Store-bought fangs are inexpensive and plentiful but often don't look very convincing. If you want super scary fangs, guaranteed to make your little sister scream with fright, then try this simple recipe to create your own fangs with just a few common household items. Doing it yourself never seemed so scary!

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Things you need

  • Tea kettle
  • Water
  • Spoon
  • Coffee cup
  • Soft, mouldable plastic
  • Scissors

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  1. 1

    Boil water in a tea kettle. Supervise younger children who might be helping with this activity.

  2. 2

    Cut 2 squares of soft, flexible plastic. Each should be about the size of a bottle cap. White plastic bread wrapper tabs work well and are just about the right size.

  3. 3

    Pour the boiled water into a coffee cup. Put 1 of the plastic squares on a spoon and dip it in the boiled water for about 20 seconds.

  4. 4

    Now take the softened plastic square out of the water and mould it into the shape of a fang. Hold the fang over one of your canine teeth and let it harden for about 2 minutes.

  5. 5

    Repeat the process for the second piece of plastic and your other canine tooth. You should now have 2 spooky and scary vampire fangs.

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