My February project included a Bam Bam costume for my colleague’s son to be used for a school carnaval. We were actually planning to make him a parrot or a dinosaur costume, but then the school decided to go with the Flintstones theme.
I thought then maybe he wanted to be Dino, but he went with Bam Bam.
I stitched a few triangular black foam papers on the shorts. Noticed the biggest triangle? Uhmm… I tried to cover up the minion print that came with the shorts. 😛
I covered the blue bat with a brown fabric and attached small triangles, too. The cap was made from orange foam paper. I cut out a bone from a white felt paper. The body belt was an extra brown fabric that I stitched on the shorts making sure it won’t fall off during the carnaval. We all know how active toddlers are. 😅
I made the costume in a matter of 3 hours. The sewing took time. I’m actually not good in sewing. I need to learn how to use a sewing machine like seriously. 😆
What’s your February projects? I just finished my son’s 11th month costume. And yeah… I forgot to post his 10th month photoshoot. I’m going to do that tomorrow. 😁
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