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Paw Patrol Skye Costume

This easy character costume idea is perfect for kids! My Paw Patrol Skye Costume is an easy homemade costume that requires no sewing and uses normal clothes that can be re-worn at a later date.
Active Time1 hr
Total Time1 hr
Keyword: DIY Paw Patrol costume, homemade paw patrol costume, kids halloween costume
Yield: 1 costume
Author: Jen Pinkston

Materials

  • 1 yard tan felt fabric
  • 1 yard of "furry" fabric
  • 1 tan headband
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun and glue
  • tan pipe cleaners
  • 2 square feet (ish) of cardboard
  • silver spray paint
  • backpack
  • tan pants or leggings
  • tan boots
  • tan long sleeve top
  • pink vest
  • pink aviator goggles
  • ¼ yard grosgrain ribbon
  • access to a printer to print out the Skye logo for collar
  • Double Stick Tape or Masking Tape

Instructions

Instructions for the Ears + Tail:

  • Fold the tan fabric in half and draw the shape of Skye's ears. Cut out with the fabric still folded so that you end up with two matching ears. Glue these to the ends of the headband.
  • With the faux fur fabric, draw a similar shape, but shorter leaving a bridge of fabric between the two ears to wrap the headband.
  • Hot glue in place as seen below.
  • Use the pipe cleaners to glue around the edge, adding structure.
  • Use the remaining fabric and a couple of pipe cleaners to fashion a tail.

Instructions for the Backpack:

  • Cut out two pieces of cardboard and spray paint both sides silver.
  • Allow to dry then hot glue to the sides of the backpack. (I was afraid this would stay, but she's been playing with it constantly and the wings are still intact!) Also, they can use the backpack as their trick or treat pail.

Instructions for the Collar:

  • Print out the Logo image (you can find the link in the Supplies section.)
  • Measure the length of the ribbon to wrap around the top of the vest and cut accordingly. Once the ribbon is cut, cut out the logo and hot glue to the center of the ribbon. Using double sided tape, adhere the ribbon and logo to the top of the vest. (I skipped this step for the shoot, as you can see!)