When you have a material as imaginative as InstaMorph, its no coincidence that it performs well in costuming and prop building. With InstaMorph, you can make your own plastic masks, props, and accessories for that next great costume project you were thinking of. When you’re at your next con asking yourself, “how did they make that?”, the answer may be InstaMorph.

Costumes & Props

Demogorgon Costume

Welcome to the Upside Down! Kara used her InstaMorph moldable plastic to create a ton of teeth for her son’s custom Demogorgon costume headpiece for

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Costumes & Props

Wizard Staff

Jason used InstaMorph to help bring this wizard staff to life. Other materials included PVC for the main shaft, some glow pigment, and a flashlight.

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Posable Hand

William made two posable articulated hands out of InstaMorph, using instamorph for everything except the joints which were held together with tooth pics. The first

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Venom Mask

Lauren created this mask for her Venom (from Spiderman) cosplay costume out of InstaMorph. “Took me about 2 rounds of reheating and re cooling to

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Pennywise Costume

Halloween is fast approaching, and the new remake of Stephen King’s “IT” has been lighting up the screen. The villain from the movie will probably

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Joycon Costume

David used InstaMorph to make some elements of this costume. “We just had an event capes joycon, and using the InstaMorph I got from you guys

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Princess Crown

Michelle made this princess crown out of InstaMorph and other plastic embellishments. The image to the right is a work in progress, but you can

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Pea Shooter Costume

Kelly used InstaMorph to create a piece of her son’s Halloween costume. “He had his heart set on being an ice peashooter from Plants vs.

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