Free Shipping Included! Bob Ross Painting Costume - Firefly by Spirit Halloween at Fdccla. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. ''We don't make mistakes; we just have happy accidents.'' Grab your brush, ''beat the devil out of it,'' and get ready to experience The Joy of Painting
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"We don't make mistakes; we just have happy accidents." Grab your brush, "beat the devil out of it," and get ready to experience The Joy of Painting first-hand with this officially licensed Bob Ross painting costume! This delightfully colorful costume is strewn with Bob Ross's happy trees and little clouds (painted, of course, with his signature wet-on-wet technique). This Halloween, take a page from Bob Ross's book (well, easel) with this scenic costume, available exclusively at Spirit Halloween!
Exclusively at Spirit Halloween
Includes: 3D easel painting
Dimensions: 25.5"H x 19"W
Back Velcro closure
Care: Spot clean
Note: Shirt, pants, shoes, and brush props sold separately
Features & Highlights
- Show some love for one of your favorite artists when you become a Bob Ross painting! Featuring Bob Ross' signature happy trees and little clouds, you'll feel as artistic as ever when you wear this officially licensed Bob Ross Halloween costume!
- Officially licensed
- Exclusively at Spirit Halloween
- Includes: 3D painting easel
- Dimensions: 25.5" H x 19"W
11.81 x 2.4 x 18.46 inches
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