DIY HALLOWEEN | KID’S PINEAPPLE COSTUME

DIY PROJECT, Holiday DIY

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Can you guys believe it’s almost Halloween?!  A good friend of mine has the cutest baby girl and asked if I could design a special one of-a-kind Halloween costume for her this year, and what’s cuter than a little pineapple?! Children’s costumes can be tricky because they need to be comfortable, durable and easy to move in. So I picked cotton onesie to transform into an adorable fruit costume!  I started with a basic white onesie and dyed it with a vibrant yellow fabric spray paint, and used black felt to create a modern, geometric pineapple pattern and the cutest topper attached to a cap. The outfit was really simple to make and cotton was the perfect material for the project because it’s soft and comfortable so kids can wear it all day (and hopefully everyday, it’s just too cute!) Even though it was intended for a little girl, it’s a great unisex costume and can be replicated with other fruit or plant looks. Check out the video below to learn more about making your own, or get to supplies and step-by-step after the break.

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What you need:
Green stiff felt
Green felt – in multiple greens
Black felt
Cotton white onsie
Tulip ColorShot Instant Fabric Color 3oz. Yellow
Glue gun
Scissors

What to do:
Step #1: Spray a white onesie and white baby hat with yellow fabric paint, following directions on the bottle, and let dry
Step #2: Cut out triangle shapes on the black felt and attach with hot glue to onesie and hat
Step #3: Using the stiff green felt cut out pineapple’s top shape
Step #4: With the different shades of soft green felt make leaves and attach to stiff green felt with hot glue
Step #5: Attach the leaves to the back of the hat with hot glue and let dry
Step #6: Outfit your little one to be the cutest pineapple in town!

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  1. this is a pretty cool diy!!! I love it!!!
    http://www.thestelstyle.com

  2. Nicol says:

    this is so awesome!

    yukluistyle

  3. This is great! You could make it say so many funny things.

  4. Anonymous says:

    You can really personalize the mat with any message and color. Love it.

  5. Alicia says:

    I am doing this asap! now what to put on it….

  6. So fun! I’ve been meaning to do this… Maybe a fun pattern? Yay!

    My mat needs to be replaced. It got all ruined over the winter. I think this will be my weekend project.

    Thanks! 😀

    Alex from http://www.polkadottedpixels.com

  7. ....... says:

    what a great idea. love the word you chose as a welcome as well. will totally be doing this when I move into the new house. thanks for the ideas. will have to pin this for then! xx. gigi. food and beauty blogger @ http://www.gigikkitchen.blogspot.com

  8. Really great useful us know about the difference between the idea .Thanks for sharing this helpful tips

  9. Janine Maral says:

    very smart! really like it!

    – Janine
    http://theeoptimist.blogspot.com

  10. so cute! i really need a welcome mat and havent been able to find one that suits my style, thanks for sharing!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Must get busy and try this clever idea.

  12. Liana says:

    Oh, the result is AWESOME, would really love to have this brilliant mat at my front door! ^^ Great post as always, bravo!!

    Liana x
    Dress Code Chic

  13. laurenmaria says:

    This is so funky, my bf would never let me put this at the door though.

    Lauren
    livinginaboxx
    bloglovin

  14. Bougiehippie says:

    This so nice that I wouldn’t let people walk on it.

    http://anorexicescapades.com

  15. Pauline says:

    awesome…
    i want to do it now 🙂

    choupirette.blogspot.fr

  16. Yara Miora says:

    Super easy and cute! Thanks for sharing!! <3

  17. Ali Rogers says:

    So cute! Putting a smile on every lucky visitor’s face before they’re even in the door 🙂

    http://www.salutetocute.blogspot.co.nz/

  18. Such a cool DIY! Definitely making one of these for my dorm room!

  19. Kate says:

    Is stick on vinyl necessary or could I use something more easily accessible? (eg duct tape)
    Thanks in advance!

  20. coir matting says:

    Hi, Fantastic site you have got. I’ve been looking at many of your comments and genuinely do believe you’ve done a fantastic job. cheers I will definitely be back soon.

  21. I like what you guys are usually up too. This typpe of clever work and exposure!
    Keep up the good works guys I’ve yyou guys to blogroll.

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