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Coolest DIY Violet from the Incredibles Toddler Halloween Costume 6

by Maria A
(Phoenix, AZ)

Homemade DIY Violet from the Incredibles Toddler Halloween Costume

Homemade DIY Violet from the Incredibles Toddler Halloween Costume

Homemade DIY Violet from the Incredibles Toddler Halloween Costume

This DIY Violet from the Incredibles Toddler Halloween Costume was so much fun to make! I used foam in 3 colors for the logo: black, orange and yellow. First I cut out an oval circle out of the black foamy then I cut out two orange C's and a yellow I out of the foamy. Then I proceded to glue the I in the middle of the oval, the C's on both sides.

For the body I used an old shirt as the pattern and used red stretchy fabric and made the red long sleeve shirt. I did the same with the pants. I got some old pj bottom that fit her tight and used it as a pattern for the red pants with the same stretchy fabric, for the black shorts I also used some old shorts that were tight on her and used some black stretchy fabric and made her some shorts and black boots that she already had.

The black gloves were made by tracing out her hand on some paper then I placed the drawn hand on to some black stretchy fabric and cut out the shape of the hand and the i sew it and turn it inside out and that's it. I repeated the same step for the other hand.

I glued the logo in the center of the shirt. The mask I used black felt that has sticky on it just cut out the mask and make to holes for the eyes and peel the back and that's it.

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Coolest Homemade Violet from Disney's Incredibles Costume 4

by Melissa B.
(Clyde, Texas)

Homemade Violet from Disney's Incredibles Costume

Homemade Violet from Disney's Incredibles Costume

My daughter Samantha wanted to be Violet from Disney’s Incredibles. So I set to work to make the costume for her.

I bought a set of red tights, knee high black hose, black slippers, black panties, and a long sleeved red body suit. In the craft section I bought black, white, yellow and orange felt sheets which I free handed the pieces to set the emblem. I then hand sewn them onto the red body suit. I went to a Halloween store and purchased a pair of long black gloves.

After piecing the outfit together and sewing the hose to the slippers, it was ready to go. I dressed her up and made an orange headband, and painted the black mask on her face with black water based acrylic fabric paint (I chose this paint because it stays and does not run when you sweat).

I couldn’t resist adding the third pic of her in costume because of the accidental double exposure… I almost didn’t keep this pic until I realized that in the movie, “Violet” goes invisible… LOL So Cool. Hope you enjoy!

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Coolest Jack Jack Incredibles Costume 3

by Micki
(Gilbert, AZ)

Jack as Jack Jack from the Incredibles

Jack as Jack Jack from the Incredibles

My son's name is Jack and we try to do a costume each year playing on his name (A Jack from the game Jacks and this year a Jack in the box). The first year we did Jack Jack from The Incredibles.

I got red footed pajamas and some fabric paint. I just painted on the Incredibles emblem. I bought some black fabric to make a mask and all I did was cut eye holes and attach a piece of elastic. I then put gel in what little hair he had so he could have the little bit sticking up.

It was a warm costume for the cool fall evenings (We lived in Nevada at the time). It was also comfortable enough to let him sleep in it if he fell asleep while trick or treating.

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by: Anonymous

This is great -- but where did you find a red infant sleeper?! I am having so much trouble finding one!

by: Micki

It was a X-mas sleeper with a candy cane and teddy bear on it. I bought red fabric paint and colored over it so the sleeper would look solid.

Amazing creativity
by: Mrs. Incredible

I have been on the computer now for two nights looking for our Jack Jack Costume, with no luck. My family of four have been the Incredibles for two years now, our children love it. We have one more on the way so we are attempting to full the order of the costume before the season starts. With a new baby we may not have time later. I have not found one yet, and after reading your ideas, I do not have too. This is an amazing idea and great creativity mom.

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Costume not for sale
by: Micki

I do still have the costume but it is not for sale. I am keeping it for sentimental reasons. But seriously it was so easy to make. Even if you can find a red sleeper with something on it (like a little embroidered something) just get some red fabric paint and paint over it (that is what I did). This was by far the easiest costume I have made yet.

by: Robin

I was surfing the net looking for a baby jack jack costume as our son's name is also Jack, this will be his first Halloween, and the only ones I could find were on eBay for no less than 55 bucks, I'm not that talented to make it look as good as you have. I'm wondering if I paid you to do the same for me if you could?

Thank you for your time!

by: Tiff

was this fleece? I was just wondering if the fabric paint stuck well for the Incredibles logo. This is a great costume I am not artistically talented but I want to try,it is very hard to find a red sleeper, seems weird to me!~

This is soooo cute!
by: Sindi Mu

I am so happy to have found your page and given me the idea for our own little Jackson (aka Jack Jack). And thanks to all about the difficulty finding a red sleeper so I can get on it pronto.

by: Anonymous

How did you get your son to wear the mask? I am making my 1 1/2 year old the same costume, but am not sure how I will get his to wear a mask?

iron on!
by: jay

to all who want to buy it...just download it and find those iron on pages at office depot. you can make your own with only an iron.

Red jumper
by: Tiff

the only place I found the red jumper was at baby Gap under the girls section. it doesn't have anything girly on it just a little red teddy you can paint over~ it was 20.00.
The iron on sounds good but can you iron over fleece without it melting?

Same here!
by: Anonymous

Our son's name is Jack and I'm trying to do the same thing. For his first Halloween, he was a Jack-o-lantern. He's only 2 now so the Jack in the box will have to wait. I want to do the Jack Jack costume this year but can't find plain red PJs.

red pj's
by: Anonymous

I found mine last year at Gap kids they were more than I would have liked to pay but I really wanted them.

in progress
by: Jack Jack mommy

I am making this costume for my 8 month old..Found an old fashion red john john sleeper from and they embroidered it with Jack Jack on the behind part where it buttons up..It came out adorable..and i'm practicing with getting him used to the mask so he'll wear it for halloween...GREAT IDEA!!! Thank You!!!!

by: Anonymous

I also will be dressing my son up as jack jack incredible. I found the red sleeper on it was only $20. Thanks for the idea and good luck to everyone else...Happy Halloween.

Love the idea!!!!
by: Anonymous

Is that glitter on top of the fabric paint? It looks so shiny. Such a genius idea by the way. I found a red long sleeve shirt and red leggings (in the girl section) and it works perfectly if u can't find an all red sleeper.

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