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Sheep costumes

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45+ Darling Baby & Toddler Halloween Costumes |

When you have a baby or toddler, it’s your job to come up with the perfect Halloween costume. As any parent knows, this can be tough because babies have unique personalities and there are so many

Counting sheep - Don't like this headband, but the idea of cotton wool stuck on white tanks. Pair with tutus.

Counting sheep - Don't like this headband, but the idea of cotton wool stuck on white tanks. Pair with tutus.

DIY Halloween sheep costume: Made from lots of cotton balls and a Goodwill garment! Click to visit the full tutorial on my blog!

Baa, Baa, black sheep have you any wool? Yes, sir, yes sir, three bags full… The creation of my sheep costume was inspired by one of my closest friends. She and a group of her friends decide…

The school nativity - an event parents of good children look forward to and parents of disruptive children's worst nightmare. Either...

The school nativity - an event parents of good children look forward to and parents of disruptive children's worst nightmare. Either...

How to Make a Sheep Costume: 11 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

A sheep costume is easy to make and can be adapted to fit a child or an adult. All you have to do is use different sized clothing. To make the costume, grab a black or white sweatsuit and cotton balls or polyfill cotton batting. Use hot...

HOW TO make a sheep costume with batting, black long sleeve Tshirt, black beanie, black & pink felt and fabric (or hot) glue

Simon was given the part of a sheep in the Christmas play this year. His costume was my favorite to make! What you need: black shirt or sweatshirt black sweatpants black hoodie cap black socks 1 sheet of black craft felt 1 sheet of pink craft felt fabric glue bag of polyfill What to do: Cover the front of the shirt (from neck to hem, no arms) with fabric glue, the more the better. Place small hand fulls of polyfill to cover the glue. Repeat on the back. Cut ears out of the felt, making the…