4 12-inch boards
1 30-inch board
1 4-foot dowel
2 3-foot dowels
2 2-foot dowels
Note: If you plan to make this, we recommend referring to both these instructions and the visuals in the video, which you can watch below.
1. Using two of the 12-inch boards, screw a board to either end of the 4-ft dowel, so the dowel's in the center of each board and it looks like a capital "H" with a very long middle.
2. Attach the three-foot dowels to a 12-inch board, making a square "U" with a short bottom, and slide the jeans onto them legs-first, one leg per dowel.
3. Attach another board to the other side of the dowels.
4. Stand the capital "H" and your jeans structures vertically, parallel to each other. Attach a 30-inch board to both of the top boards with duct tape — it will be diagonal.
5. Tape the two 2-foot dowels to the highest board in the capital "H" structure so that they sit perpendicularly, and stick out. These are the "elbows."
6. Stuff the jeans.
7. Tape two pumpkins to the board above the jeans to make the butt.
8. Lay a pillow across the diagonal board. Cover the pillow with the back of a long-sleeved flannel shirt, and tuck the dowels into the sleeves (the rest of the sleeves will lay down at the elbows).
9. Add a little stuffing to the back and sleeves of the shirt.
10. Stuff work gloves and attach them first to the shirt and then the back of the jeans with safety pins.
11. Tape a hat to the highest board.