Let's start with our little LEGO...
DIY LEGO COSTUME
|Adorable Emma, modeling our LEGO costume on The Jason Show.|
Next, super glue the empty plastic fruit cups in two straight lines on the front of the box, so they look like the knobs on Legos. Once those dry, paint the entire box and cups one solid color (red, blue, yellow or green work best). Let the costume dry, and then put it on your subject. Ta-Dah!
DIY SPIDER COSTUMES
This costume is super easy to put together. Both mom and baby wear all-black outfits. Then, simply stuff black knee-high dress socks with tissue paper, newspaper, etc. (use what you have).
Once stuffed, pin all the knee-high socks (spider legs) onto a black baby-carrier. If you'd like, place cotton cobwebs on mom and baby.
For the spider hair-do, use a bun-form to put hair in a bun. Then, stick 4 black pipe-cleaners behind and through the bun to look like spider legs. Finally, use tape to stick two larger googly-eyes onto the bun. Ta-Dah!
DIY DINOSAUR COSTUMES
This is another easy costume that you can make at home using a hooded sweatshirt, and Scotch-Brite Sponges (yellow and green color). All you do is cut the sponges into triangles and do a quick stitch on each end to secure them onto the hood, and down the back of the hooded sweatshirt. For the baby dinosaur costume, I cut the sponge in half, and then into smaller triangles.
|Smaller/baby dinosaur spikes: Cut #1|
|Smaller/baby dinosaur spikes: Cut #2|
|For the bigger/grown-up dinosaur spikes, make sure you cut all the sponges in the same direction.|
|Final step for both size dinosaur spikes: Stitch onto hooded sweatshirt at both ends of each spike.|
DIY "THROWBACK THURSDAY" COSTUME
|Grumpy Brecken (LOL!) modeling our Throwback Thursday costume today on The Jason Show.|
DIY "BREAD WINNER" COSTUME
|Collette modeling our Bread Winner costume on The Jason Show today!|