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yardenxanthe
« on: November 02, 2010 09:35:18 PM »



My four year-old son had a few ideas for his Halloween costume this year, but he finally settled on dressing as a piece of pizza.  A piece of pizza is a great costume: it's funny, instantly recognizable, you can customize it, and of course, it's easy! It's also comfortable and easy to move around in, and you can remove it in a jiffy if necessary (perfect for a school or work costume!)

I made this costume out of felt yardage (the kind you get on the bolt at the fabric store, as opposed to the small sheets of craft felt). I love making costumes out of felt! It's inexpensive, easy to work with, and you don't have to finish it by hemming. Perfect for a one-time-use costume.

Project Materials:

    * 1 yard each of cream-colored and tan felt (72" wide), $3.59 per yard
    * 1/4 yard of dark red felt, $.90
    * 1 sheet each of black, brown, green craft felt, on hand or $.25 each
    * A piece of batting, 24x24", on hand or $4.95 (I bought a bag of crib-sized batting at Wal-mart)
    * Sewing machine & thread
    * Hot glue gun & glue
    * Velcro, on hand

Total: I spent $13.98, but you could make it for about $8 (if you have batting on hand, or if you skip the batting)

Tutorial for making it is on my blog, Dollar store Crafts
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2010 06:18:34 AM »

So cute!  And he looks thrilled with it too!
I love seeing people still making their costumes for kids---It makes me sad when you see a group in cheap, store bought, unrecognizable costumes.  People don't realize that they could probably make something more creative, for less money, if they just used their brain and some creativity!
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Good luck in the challenge!
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snowday
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2010 01:11:50 AM »

Really cool! Lucky kid Smiley
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