How To Make A Homemade Halloween Costume For Adults

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How To Make A Homemade Halloween Costume For Adults

No Sew Pineapple Halloween Costume. I seriously love the fruit trend right now.

It’s been all the rage this summer, but why not let it spill over into Fall in the costume arena? It would be a crime not to.

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Don’t you think? ; )I whipped up a couple of fruit- a- licious costumes for my daughter and get this…they are NO SEW! Well…the hat is mostly. Let me show you what I mean.

First, let’s talk capes. MATERIALS1- 1 1/2 yards of felt (depending on the side of your recipient this range will fit most sizes children to adult)scissorsrulerexisting t- shirtoptional: craft paint and brush MEASURING- Grab a T- shirt that fits the recipient.- Measure how long the shirt is from shoulder to hem.– Add a couple of inches. This is your radius.- Fold your felt into fourths. Starting from the folded corner, measure out a circle using your radius measurement and cut it out. CUTTING– Open up your felt circle so it is now just folded in half. Mark the center.– Lay your T- shirt on top of your felt centering it as best as you can.– Use the T- shirt to measure how wide to cut the neck whole.– Cut the neck hole just slightly wider than what you marked. Cut it out in a shallow leaf shape.– Then cut a slit down the front about 2 inches.

OPTIONALPaint on details to match the fruit. I did this for the pineapple but not the apple. I started out trying to be orderly but found after a few rows that random eye- balling was better. Let it dry and then try it on!

ARM SLITSYou can leave the cape as is or cut arm slits. I wasn’t sure how it would play out with Natalie. I wondered if she would even use the arm slits, but it turns out that they came in handy! The placement of arm slits is personal preference and can be a little tricky. I kept them centered/ a little low so that she could hold her trick or treat bag and such. As I found in this photo shoot though, is that she constantly held candy in her mouth, which kept shifting the cape backwards…not a problem, but I might have cut the slits higher had I known she would do that. Ready for the hat?

It’s actually kind of a big fascinator. If you are a long time reader, you’ll recognize it as a hat- ette which I made HERE. The process is almost completely the same. The only difference is that I did a bit of hand sewing for these hats. For the complete no sew version, check out the original tutorial.

MATERIALSScraps or  two page size pieces of felt for each color needed(depending on how big you are making your hat)scissorsrulerhot gluetapestry or yarn needlethreadyarnhandful of polyester battingribbon or fold over elastic. CUTTING– Decide how big you want your hat and cut a circle of cardboard out that size. I made my hat six inches wide, but a cute mini hat would be a. Cut a piece of felt about twice the size of your cardboard piece. GATHERING– Thread your needle with a pretty long piece of thread, double up the thread, and knot off the end.

Sew a running stitch around the perimeter of the felt circle.– When you get to the end of the circle, lay down your handful of batting, and then the piece of cardboard on top.– Pull your thread tight, gathering and closing the felt circle around the cardboard and batting.- Sew back and forth between the gathered edges until it feels secure. Knot off your thread and remove the needle. NO- SEW variation – pleat the edges of the felt in place and hot glue it together.

See a step by step how to HERE. TUFTING– To tuft the middle of the hat, thread your needle with a piece of yarn.– Insert it into the middle of the cardboard and sew a small stitch in the center.

Keep sewing back and forth until the stitched spot is nice and secure. Knot it off and remove the needle. ASSEMBLING HAT– Cut another circle of felt just smaller than your hat, and cut a piece of ribbon or elastic .– Lay the elastic in place with the raw ends on top of the underside of the hat. If using ribbon assemble it in the same way as THIS tutorial.– Hot glue the felt circle on the underside of the hat, encasing the raw edges of the elastic and the messy gathered part. LEAVESFor pineapple leaves,– Cut a page size piece of felt into two triangles.– Cut leaf like triangles out of those pieces.– Save any scraps that look leafy. Lay both shredded triangle pieces on top of each other, along with the extra leafy scraps.- Starting from the longer side, roll the leafy triangles up, hot gluing them in place as you go.– Give the leaves a final trim as needed.- Glue to the tufted part of the hat, and you’re done!

Set out a fiendish spread of appetizers and beverages when you host the annual Halloween costume party. Martha loves Halloween. And that sentiment is reflected in the many costumes our editors have created throughout the years. From ghoulish to sweet, here are some of.

For the apple hat, the leaf and stem were made the same way THIS pumpkin hat was made. Q: When is an apple not an apple?

A: When it’s a pineapple! Q: What do you get when you an apple crosses a Christmas tree? A. A pineapple! Naturally. I made this for my daughter but I think this would make a super cute idea for any age. If I were a teacher I would totally be an apple! SOURCES: Felt from Jo- Ann Leggings sewn using Girl Charlee Ponte de Roma using Go To Leggings pattern Moccasins from Freshly Picked.

Looking for more Halloween inspiration?

Easy Halloween Appetizers & Recipes For Adults. Management Of Celiac Disease In Adults. Halloween Hummus. Recipe. For a truly spooky treat, this hummus is a great way to create a fun and festive Halloween effect. Simply fill a carved skull prop with this ghoulishly delicious hummus for a great appetizer to serve to guests. This hummus is red pepper based and features cayenne pepper, cumin, and plenty of garlic cloves for some great flavor. This dip is great to serve with crackers, chips, or veggie sticks.

Dig right in, if you dare!

Homemade Halloween Decorations for Adults. Halloween is a fun time of year time to start decorating for fall and making your own homemade Halloween decorations.

When choosing your DIY project you can make something cutesy or a little scary, so there’s a variety of both types included below. Here are 2. Halloween decorations at home, plus a bonus printable at the end! Hi there! I’m Courtney from Crafts by Courtney and I’m so excited to share some of my favorite homemade Halloween decor ideas with you today. We have “pumpkins, mummies and ghosts, oh my” in this collection of fun ways to make your own Halloween decorations. This collection of projects is geared more to adult crafting, though there are several listed that could double as kid’s crafts. Some projects, such as the Halloween Spiders and Creepy Luminaries are perfect for kids, but adults will find they make great decorations for Halloween parties and the porch or mantel. So, if you’re looking for some creative adult crafts to make for Halloween, this is a great place to start.

Felt Witch Hat – another cute centerpiece idea for Halloween – from Crafty Cupboard. Creepy Hand Luminaries – have party guests make one at the door – from Crafts by Amanda Mummy Mason Jars – rubber bands are the trick to these adorable jars – from It all Started Paint. Boo Halloween Sign – what a cute way to decorate for Halloween – from One Krieger Chick. Not Pictured. BONUS – If you don’t have time to make your own homemade Halloween decorations then a Halloween printable is your next best option. Print it out and use a cool decorative frame or clipboard to display it. I hope you found some great inspiration here with this fun collection of homemade Halloween decorations! I loved searching Pinterest for all these amazing ideas and can’t wait to make a couple of these myself. Do you like to decorate cutesy for Halloween or scary?

I’m a mom of three little boys so I like to go a little cutesy with my Halloween crafts and the boys love to help out. If you guys want to get even more crafting inspiration, be sure and sign up for my newsletter! It’s the best of what I make. This was originally published on October 1.