I think this is one of the hardest costumes I have ever made. It’s a little complicated and I really tried to figure out how to make the Beasty vest using a polo shirt since I’m not really an expert seamstress. (I taught myself how to sew, so I can make cute little things. 😀 )
And I don’t want to sew a whole vest for a one-time photoshoot.
Disclaimer: Again, this is a late post 🙈
When Nate turned one month, I was still under the Aladdin hype. I don’t want to use superheroes anymore because Niko already did most of the famous ones. So, I thought, why not go with Disney characters. 😀
Most of the materials I used for the costumes are felt. The blazer was sewn by me and I already have the white pants. I stitched a square yellow felt on the pants as a “patch” just like Aladdin’s.
It’s the time of the month again and our little Niko turned six months. This time, I decided to go with a cake smash theme except that… he will not smash the cake. Not yet. I will wait for the actual cake smash when he turns 1.
He was actually sick with the flu when we did the photoshoot, but he still managed to give Mermommy some nice photos.
Our little Niko turned 5 months! I may not be like most moms on Facebook who love to post updates about their babies’ development every day, but I am absolutely happy and proud of the things my son is able to do with his age.
This month, I transformed him into The Incredible Hulk. He can already sit with back support, so I made this an opportunity to take a shot of him sitting beside his cake.
When my little pumpkin turned 4 months old, I DIY-ed an Iron Man photoshoot for him. The cake I ordered came around 4 in the afternoon, so Niko was really wide awake. I managed to take a few shots of him looking at me.
- Red onesie
- Yellow, red, white, black and blue colored papers for mask and breastplate
- Black marker to draw lines on the breastplate
- White sheet for background
- Photoshop for background effect
- Iron Man brush set
- Iron Man cake, 230 SRD (From Say It With Cupcakes – Suriname)