Super Frugal DIY Super Hero Halloween Costume by Krystal Henson
Krystal’s daughter’s nickname is Super Fi and for months she had been talking about dressing up as a superhero. They didn’t want to buy a costume this year so Krystal was happy to try and come up with something using stuff they already had. They ended up with a fun costume made from leftover felt, embroidery thread, tulle and ribbon from past projects; an old sweatshirt and pants; Starbucks coffee sleeves; and temporarily altering her winter boots. The result was Super Frugal and super fun!
HOW TO MAKE THIS COSTUME
Cut cape from leftover felt. Create logo design and cut pieces from felt. Glue and embroider on design.
Glue and stitch logos to old sweatshirt and cape. Tack logo onto winter boots with embroidery
Make skirt from leftover tulle and ribbon — slip-knot 6″ wide x 18″ long pieces to long piece of ribbon.
Paint Starbucks coffee sleeves yellow and glue logo. Voila! Super Fun, Super Frugal!