Fisher-Price Stacking Toy DIY Baby Halloween Costume

October 21, 2018 separator DIY Tutorial

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Still haven’t figured out your baby Halloween costume this year?

It’s not too late to whip up a last-minute baby costume for Halloween, and you’re in luck because I have a super cute one for you!

This idea is totally gender-neutral, so it’s perfect for a girl (like my Cricket!) or a boy!

If you make it, please be sure to share it on Instagram and tag me so that I can see it! You can tag @shrimpsaladcircus and #shrimpsaladcircus.

P.S. If you’re looking for more ideas, check out this Baby Shark Song costume or this DIY Sophie the Giraffe baby costume. These would all make amazing newborn Halloween costumes, too!

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How to Make a Fisher-Price Stacking Toy DIY Baby Costume for Halloween

How to Make a Fisher Price Stacking Toy Baby Costume for Halloween - Supplies

Supplies

Instructions for Making a Stacking Toy Baby Halloween Costume

How to Make a Fisher Price Stacking Toy Baby Costume for Halloween - Step 1

1. Sketch out a template on scrap paper, making it whatever size best fits the onesie. I used an 18-month onesie, so it’s a lot bigger than it would be for a newborn, for example.

2. Cut out the shapes you sketched, and trace them onto the onesie with a disappearing ink sewing marker.

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3. Place cardboard or heavy paper inside the onesie to keep paint from bleeding through.

4. Mix paint and fabric painting medium in a 2:1 ratio in a paint palette.

Fill in in the shapes you traced, and let them dry.

If you have white or see-through spaces left when it’s dry, add a second coat.

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5. Use your Cricut or Silhouette to cut a cute phrase out of white HTV to iron onto the red logo area at the bottom of the onesie. You can download the free Hamburgefontstiv font to match the Fisher-Price logo style.

If you don’t have a Cricut or Silhouette, you can paint white letters with a thin round brush instead.

[Sorry I forgot to grab photos of this next part, but hopefully it’s relatively self-explanatory.]

6. Cut a little cone out of the heavy cardstock, and cut off the bottom. Hot glue one end so that it stays in the cone shape.

Cut a circle the size of the bigger end of the cone, and hot glue it on top.

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7. Pant the cone with the same yellow that you used on the onesie.

8. Hot glue both ends of a strip of elastic inside two side of the small, open end of the cone so that you can strap it around your baby’s head.

How to Make a Fisher Price Stacker Toy DIY Baby Halloween Costume

4 comments

  1. This is the MOST adorable thing I have seen in FOREVEER!!!!! I just saw this on Pinterest, immediately pinned and hopped over here! Love.

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