Ahoy matey! Welcome to the fourth and final day of the DIY Halloween Costume series! Today I have to present to you my favorite little pirate. Not only is he wearing a super cute pirate costume from Pottery Barn Kids, he is also donning a homemade pirate eye patch made by yours truly. Let's get to the DIY so you can make one of your own for your pirate or piratess. (piratess = girl pirate)
Is there a sweet little butterfly/fairy/princess in your life that needs an adorable headband for Halloween? Keep reading for the easy tutorial (and free printable!) to find out how to get all of this cuteness for yourself!
(PLUS this headband is amazing because it STAYS ON and does not irritate baby - and mine is usually highly irritated by all things headware - practicality and prettiness? You got it!)
Meet my Muscleman. Yes, this is my child that was holding up his head the day he was born, crawling at five months, and running at eight months. He has always been full of life and zest and energy, and yes, muscles. So when we saw the Pottery Barn Kids Muscleman costume, we knew it was perfect for him.
Of course, no muscleman becomes a muscleman without lifting iron, right? So I got to work creating the perfect barbell. Gather a few items, and you will be ready to start crafting!
Are you thinking about kids Halloween costumes yet? A fun week is ahead on AStoriedStyle because for the next few days, I will be sharing a Halloween costume from Pottery Barn Kids and a simple DIY to go along with each one!
My three year old daughter has recently changed her favorite color from pink to purple so when we saw this Butterfly Fairy costume, she was beyond excited. Since it already comes with a wand, wings, and a crown, there wasn't much accessorizing to do. Therefore, I knew we could have fun with hair and makeup.
After some brainstorming, I knew I wanted her to have "antenna hair" so I played around and came up with this tutorial for you. It is really easy and looks super darling!