Posted on Oct 29th 2019
Halloween is eerily close, and it's officially time for the last-minute-costume-cake-walk-
Ewok and Baby
Star Wars fans will pretty much melt when you come trick or treating with a baby Ewok on your hip. All you need is a hoodie with some felt ears (or an Ewok sweatshirt if you happen to have one), some eyeliner for your nose (naturally), and an Ewok baby costume and some fleece booties. Bonus - this one is going to keep everybody warm!!
This super simple costume can be assembled with supplies from your baby's room and your kid's craft table! Here's how Heather put it together:
"In order to create the look I used a white baby towel, but any solid white fabric would work ( pillowcase, onesie, white carrier etc.)
Then I cut out about 10 red and 10 blue triangles in various size from regular construction paper. I also saved the inside portion of the triangles to add some solid shapes.
Using a google image of Topegi I arranged the triangles as close to the image as possible. I stuck them on using double sided tape. You could also draw the triangles if you wanted, but I liked being able to rearrange the triangles once my baby was in the carrier.
To finish Topegi cut yellow construction paper like a crown. Because my baby is so young I stuck the crown to the top of the towel. If your child has head control you could have the baby wear the crown.
For Misty all you need is a yellow shirt, blue jean shorts and some red suspenders. You could also get a red wig or spray paint your hair for a more authentic look. "
Harry Potter Family
Consider yourself crafty enough to put glue to felt? With a few hours and a quick trip to the craft store, look what Terryn conjured up!!
Put on carrier first, then safety pin the mandrake pot to the carrier then put robe on after
Wherever your halloween dreams or nightmares take you, we're sending you our spookiest wishes for all the very best goblin snuggles, ghoulish kisses, and most magical memories. <3
All prices are in USD.