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

Evil Easter Bunny Mask

Julie made this ‘Easter’ mask out of InstaMorph. “Was only my second attempt at using the product. I can’t wait to try something else!” Well,

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Costumes & Props

Zelda Cosplay Props

Jeremie created some detailed cosplay props out of InstaMorph. “We are cosplaying Link and Zelda for an upcoming con. This is my first con and

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Costumes & Props

InstaMorph Fashion

Keith is a sophomore costume designer in the school of drama at Carnegie Mellon University.  He was a recent designer for the annual fashion show

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Costumes & Props

Dragon Bone Wands

Jesse recently wrote into to the InstaMorph Team with this project. He called us the “heathen gods of plastic magic”, which, although accurate, is a new

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Costumes & Props

Foxy Fursuit Costume

Costume maker Karma Larma made this amazing custom of Foxy from the video game “Five Nights at Freddy’s” for her Halloween cosutme this year. “I

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Costumes & Props

Costume Armour Pieces

Courtney (and her horse Apple Pie) used InstaMorph throughout her costume for Fantasycon’s parade in Salt Lake City. She emailed us this picture with the

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Costumes & Props

Princess Bubblegum Tiara

Denisse made this crown of Princess Bubblegum from Adventure Time. She’s going to be cosplaying as her for a comiccon coming up soon. The entire crown

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Costumes & Props

Glacier Dress

We seem to be getting a lot of high fashion uses of InstaMorph. Here’s one from Veronika, a 2nd year Fashion Design student at the Norwich

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Fashion Arm Band

Allison made this hand accessory for a fashion show called Art2Wear at NC State University. The inner arm piece is made of InstaMorph and formed onto

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