Every mom on the block knows that felt is a great go to fabric for your Halloween costumes. It’s inexpensive, requires no seams, is warm and comes in a myriad of colors perfect for any Robot, Princess or Clown or Robot-Princess- Clown. Have a look at a few of our favorite beginner friendly felt costumes.
Felt Pinata Costume – Wendi via Costume Works
This super easy felt Halloween costume is made from rainbow tiers of felt strips hot glued onto PJ’s. The hat is constructed of cardboard and felt. A unique and colorful costume for the kid who loves to be the life of the party!
Read all about it here: http://www.costume-works.com/contest2012/pinata.html
Felt Owl Costume – Princess E. and Me
Similar to the Pinata costume this look can be achieved by laying down feather shaped felt and adhering them to a onesie, PJs, or sweats, try adding a few actual feathers between the layers softer effect. Ally the mommy extraordinaire behind Princess E. and Me shares the full tutorial for this no sew, super soft felt owl.
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Quick Kermit Costume – Radmegan
Want a fun way to dress up at the office but don’t want the weird stares at the Starbucks? This quick and easy Kermit costume is easy to slip on and off- hiding your secret Muppet obsession from your local Batista. Radmegan shares an awesomely photographed step by step tutorial featuring a felt collar and needle felted eye barrettes!
Read all about it here: http://radmegan.blogspot.com/2011/11/kermit-crafts-neck-bunting-and-eye.html
Sweet Gherkin – Parenting.com
In a last minute Halloween pickle? Yet another no-sew wonder this felt pickle costume is actually held together with glue and only requires two shades of green felt.
Read all about it here: http://www.parenting.com/article/pickle-21354930
Flower Petal Collars- Martha Stewart
Create a garland of girls with these no sew headbands and felt floral collars . Made with floral tape, wire, felt, fusible webbing, glue and bias tape.
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Felt Hedgehog Costume- abethanymind via Flikr
This little Hedgehog couldn’t be any cuter! No tutorial to go with this adorable photo but it can be recreated with brown felt cut into points and adhered to a warm and comfy romper. Keeping the points less variegated along the top prevents anything from distracting from that adorable baby face ! Add an oval belly and pop up eyes for the sweetest costume on the block! Bethany shares lots of shots of her masterpiece from all angles be sure to check it out here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/abethanymind/5133967023/in/set-72157622545388749/
Imagine Our Life – World’s Best Robot Costume
When Stephanie from Imagine Our Life takes on Halloween you know your’re in for something special! Here she has created the end all be all of toddler robot costume.s, complete with light up display. While this project does not qualify as beginner friendly it’s definitely a labor of love and a once in a lifetime a costume your child will never forget!
Get the step by step on Imagine Our Life: http://www.imagineourlife.com/2013/09/22/make-the-worlds-best-robot-costume/
Lobster Bake- Holly
Check out what one of our customers created using her own lobster pattern and our Gulf Coast Catch shrimp and Clams! The matching melted butter treat bucket is to die for!
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We have 150 felt costume ideas to peruse on our Pinterest Board: Felt Costumes
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