We wore these costumes right after I had Eden and I wanted my still pretty pregnant looking stomach hidden.
All you need is:
pair of black sweats
long sleeve black men's shirt
Using poster board paper I drew the bones. I would later use the bones as a template to cut them out of the white felt.
I found Eden's onsie at Walmart and I used it as a guide:
For my Pocahontas costume I literally bought this stretchy tan fabric, laid it on the ground and put one of my dresses on top. I traced the dress, sewed up the shoulders and sides and added some felt trim.
The blue necklace is made out of felt like a bib necklace I attached to ribbons to the back for a tie and a dark stone for the center.
For Eden's Flit costume I took in a dollar store kids t-shirt and added felt to the front. I made a feather headband and with another dollar t-shirt made wings.
I made the wings detachable with Velcro but I'm still not sure why.....?? I also have tiny bands around her wrists so the wings would stay on.
I added real feathers underneath a larger piece of felt "tail feathers".
For John smith we got a wig, blue shirt from his closet, blue thrifted pants and a shell that I made out of felt.
Felt is my go to Halloween costume fabric it seems!
Ummmmmmmmmmm, We don't know! My husband and I had this awesome idea to be Juno and Bleaker but there is a good chance I could have this baby before Halloween.
What to do???
What are you going to be for Halloween?
xoxo~Sophie (Sister #2)
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