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Coolest Homemade Pebbles and Bam Bam Costumes 27

by SHERRIE J.
(SHREVEPORT, LA)

Homemade Pebbles and Bam Bam Costumes

Homemade Pebbles and Bam Bam Costumes

My best friend was recently awarded custody of these 2 children, a couple of months before Halloween. Although they look like twins, there is a year between the boy and girl, who are 3 and 2 respectively. They had never celebrated Halloween before and I decided that Pebbles and Bam Bam would be their first awesome homemade Halloween costumes!

Pebbles' dress was very simple; I sewed in a casing for the elastic and made huge triangle cuts at the bottom edge of the dress. I tied an actual dog bone at the neck and fixed another to her hair! An old necklace was used for the belt.

Bam Bam's costume was also made without a formal pattern. I just took some material, made the vest and then used dog bones for each tie. The shorts were made from scraps of leftover material, hence the different colors for each leg. I made sure each leg was cut out to matching designs so they could be sewn together easily. Scraps were also used to make the cuffs on the hands and feet. The funniest accessory was the hat; my friend actually sprayed adhesive on her son's hair and glued the hat to it! DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS! It was a mess to clean out.

I thought these were the best homemade Pebbles and Bam Bam costumes ever!

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Coolest Homemade Bamm Bamm Rubble Costume 38

by Courtney
(Pa)

Homemade Bamm Bamm Rubble Costume

Homemade Bamm Bamm Rubble Costume

Homemade Bamm Bamm Rubble Costume
Homemade Bamm Bamm Rubble Costume

With my son’s white hair and love of banging things I thought a Bamm Bamm Rubble Costume would be the perfect costume for him. I bought orange fleece to make the skirt (I used a pair of shorts as a template to get the shape and length) and sewed in an elastic band and cut black felt triangles and sewed them onto the skirt.

Then I used an animal print for the sash and attached it to the back with Velcro and sewed it to the front of skirt. I used Velcro in case we wanted to reuse the costume and could make the sash longer depending on how tall the child is. Then I cut out a piece of cardboard in the shape of a bone, glued felt to it and drew the lines to make it look like a bone. Then I cut a slit in the sash and pulled the bone through it to make it look like the bone was the fastener. I took left over fabric and made a cape in case it was cold the night of Trick or Treating.

The cape design was guess work and then I added a button and elastic band for a closure. I finished off the outfit with a cream colored turtleneck and tights so that he would be warm.

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Coolest Homemade Pebbles Flinstone Costume 34

by Maricruz
(Louisville, KY, USA)

Homemade Pebbles Flinstone Costume

Homemade Pebbles Flinstone Costume

I made my 9 month old daughter a Homemade Pebbles Flinstone Costume. She was Pebbles from the Flintstones. I used bright pink and black felt. I doubled the pink felt, cut out the dress pattern, left 4 inches for the arms, and about 5 inches for the neck. I then sewed up the sides, up to the arm holes.

Then I cut triangles out of the black felt. I used felt fabric glue and glued the triangles to the dress. I layed out the triangles on the dress and made sure I liked the way it looked first before gluing. It was freezing here so I had her wear black stockings underneath the dress.

For the bone I used white felt, doubled it then cut out a bone, stuffed it with cotton balls, and super glued it together. Then I hot glued a clip to the back. It was really easy took me two days, worked on it while my little one slept. Had fun making it.

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necklace?
by: Anonymous

where did you get the pebbles necklace?

CUTE
by: Chasatie

i love this! I will be going to town this week and getting all materials for this outfit. this will be her first Halloween @ 11 months old.

Love it!
by: Anonymous

Where did you get the pattern for this dress? I love it and I'm trying to recreate it for my 13 month old daughter!

So Adorable!!!
by: Cathy

She is an adorbale pebbles. I am going to use this idea this year, my twins will be pebbles and bam bam! thanks for your cute post!

felt fabic!!???help
by: Ashley

hey your costume looks great!!! hope mine comes out like yours lol.. i wanted to know how much felt material i should buy an how many yards you used? my daughter will be 10 months during halloween. and i live in philadelphia so any suggestioons on were to pick it up would be helpful i was thinking maybe an a.c moore would have it?

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Coolest Pebbles and BamBam Costume 54

by Lyn
(Austin, Texas)

Homemade Pebbles and BamBam Costume

Homemade Pebbles and BamBam Costume

This Homemade Pebbles and BamBam Costume is extremely easy to make! Spent about $12.00 on fabric, hot gluegun and haircolor. It took maybe 2 hours to make both. Both BamBam and Pebbles bottoms, BamBam's hat and boot covers are all made from felt. I just cut appropriate sizes and jagged the bottom end. I used a hot pink work out shirt for pebbles and added black felt triangles. I added bones to BamBam strap and a bone to my hair. Very easy and received lots of compliments.

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