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Coolest Girl's Pumpkin Costume 7

by Monika H.
(Toronto, Leaside, Canada)

Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume

Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume

Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume
Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume
Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume
Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume

For this Homemade Girl's Pumpkin Costume we wanted a cute but functional costume for a "pre-teen" girl. We started with orange felt (2 meters) and some black felt for the eyes and mouth. We also added black ribbon as the stripes. We cut out two circles and sewed them together leaving the top open, then we folded over the edge to add a draw string.

We had our daughter lay down ontop of the circles so we could cut out the arms and legs. The arm holes and the leg holes need to be tight enough to hold the stuffing in (this makes the pumpkin plump). We cut out the eyes, nose and mouth from black and glued them on with spray glue.

The face makeup was added at the end. We used orange water proof and green hair spray paint and "got 2b" glued hair freeze spray for the head to make it look like a pumpkin stem and cap. Lastly stufedf the costume with newspaper....and enjoy!

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Coolest Homemade Halloween Pumpkin Costume 2

by Patricia
(Wantagh, NY, USA)

Homemade Halloween Pumpkin Costume

Homemade Halloween Pumpkin Costume

This gorgeous Pumpkin Tutu Dress is a Homemade Halloween Pumpkin Costume I created for my daughter to wear this Halloween. The dress is made from yards of tulle in orange and sparkling gold. The top of the dress is lined with green leaves that have been embellished with gold glitter.

This costume is actually two costumes in one! The felt pieces that make up the Jack o'Lantern face are removable. The eyes, nose and mouth easily clip on to any of the pieces of tulle in the dress instantly transforming it from a regular pumpkin into a jack o'Lantern!

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Very cool!
by: Anonymous

Very cool!

awww so cute!
by: niki

That`s adorable!

boss
by: Anonymous

oh my god this is boss are the leaves real ??

tulle
by: Valerie

How did you make the tulle so puffy? did you sew or go a no-sew route?

interested in buying
by: Anonymous

are you selling this costume?

So adorable
by: Anonymous

Hey are you selling it if you are how much I love it? I would buy it.

easy to make
by: christi

Beautiful! This is actually super easy to make. I made my daughter an Elmo version of this using the no see tutu method and 6 rolls of tulle so 150 yards in all. It cost me less than $15 to make and about 3 hrs. altogether.

How did you make the dress
by: Kristen

Could you please share how you made it? thanks so much

Awesome
by: E

That costume is totally awesome. Love it.

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