Speaking of great TV shows, if you’ve watched any of Schitt’s Creek (it just won NINE Emmy Awards!), you’re well aware of the extravagant outfits Moira Rose sports in every single scene. Slay the trick-or-treating scene with this DIY kid’s ninja costume! I love a simple DIY costume, cool ninja costumes and this one was really inexpensive and easy to make. It does not have to be a really big one. Have a little one that loves Handy Manny or maybe wants to be just like Dad? I’m loving this Cabbage Patch Kids DIY costume that would be great for any little one in a wheelchair or stroller.
Sometimes buying their costumes in the store can be pricey, that’s why I’m really loving this clever DIY costume… and it looks even better in my opinion! You can check out how to make this easy DIY costume on Youtube! If you want to make the tutus for your “girly ninja turtles”, check out this post for a tutorial. We want to hear from you! I researched what “Zane” looked like, and this is the DIY Costume I came up with. Anyways- it was fun trying to do a costume on a budget and think it came out pretty awesome.
We end up having a family theme with all of us, but I usually just share the tutorial for her costume. If your kids love passing these funny wiggly tube men on the side of the road, then take inspiration with an adorable and super unique costume – easy enough the whole family could even sport the same thing! “This costume was super simple! This actually makes for a pretty easy costume idea since these styles are readily available online. The belt and the bands are incredibly simple to make. 13. Spray paint the elastic bands green. Watch out for his stomps and junk spray if you have to touch the ground.
If you’re tagging along with your lady, you could even have her be the roll of paper towels. Once you’re ready to make this costume, you can download the pattern below. 3. After a bit of experimentation, I found the fastest way to construct the sewing pattern was to stack 4-5 sheets together and cut the top and right edge using a Stanley knife. Cut a “V” shape from felt and secure it to the top of the shirt with fabric glue or stitching. Top it off with some fashionable butterfly hair clips and a new crop top and anyone will immediately be taken back to the good ole days of Britney Spears, Kristen Dunst, and Mandy Moore. Your perfect ninja outfit is waiting at Wonder Costumes, where you will find the most celebrated ninja characters from Japanese movies and comics.