Cookie Costume For Baby

This is a fun costume for kids who love cookies!

We made ours from black felt, white felt, brown felt, and elastic. You’ll need about three yards of fabric for each semi-circle. Make sure to cut out an extra piece of elastic that you can use to sew onto the back if necessary.

Measure the length of your toddler’s foot. This will be the diameter of the cookie, so multiply that by 3.5 to get the circumference of your circle. Cut out a piece of brown felt that is large enough to cover your toddler’s foot and has plenty left over to make a seam allowance. Make sure it’s big enough!

Once you have cut out one circle from brown felt, cut two semi-circles from matching fabric (or use two pieces of felt). These will be sewn on top of each other with right sides facing outwards in order to create an opening for putting their feet through in order

to wear them as slippers!

1. Measure toddler’s foot for cookie size, then multiply foot length by 3.5 to get diameter (for example, a 7-inch foot will have a 24.5-inch cookie)

To create a cookie costume for your toddler, you’ll need to measure the length of your child’s foot. For example, if your baby’s foot is 7 inches long, then this will be the size of the cookie (7 inches = 24.5 cm).

  • Measure the length of their foot in inches (or centimeters) and multiply by 3.5 to get diameter for cutting out your circle pattern piece.*

Once you have determined the diameter of your cookie base shape, cut out a circle from fabric using a template or pattern that measures 7 times that length in inches (24 times 3 and 1/2).

Cut out a circle from brown felt, making sure it’s big enough (our circle was about 30 inches in diameter). Then cut out two semi-circles from matching brown fabric that are large enough to fit around your baby’s waist (we used about 2 yards of fabric for each semi-circle).

Cut out a circle from brown felt, making sure it’s big enough (our circle was about 30 inches in diameter). Then cut out two semi-circles from matching brown fabric that are large enough to fit around your baby’s waist (we used about 2 yards of fabric for each semi-circle).

Next, we sewed the two halves together using a serger machine. If you don’t have one, don’t worry! You can use whatever sewing machine or hand stitching method you feel most comfortable with. Just make sure you leave an opening on one side so that you’ll be able to turn it inside out later.

To make the chocolate chips, cut out chocolate chip shapes from brown and white felt; fold felt in half and hot-glue together. Then glue chips on all over the fabric edges of the costume. Next, sew a piece of elastic onto each end of the back of the costume; you want the elastic to be snug on your baby’s waist to hold up the cookie without being uncomfortable.

  • To make the chocolate chips, cut out chocolate chip shapes from brown and white felt; fold felt in half and hot-glue together.
  • Glue chips on all over the fabric edges of the costume.
  • Next, sew a piece of elastic onto each end of the back of the costume; you want the elastic to be snug on your baby’s waist to hold up the cookie without being uncomfortable.

Now it’s time for some fun! Let’s dress up your little one as a cookie!

Finally, glue the felt circle to one end of one set of leg holes and glue both ends together around your baby’s waist so they overlap slightly (the point is to create a circle when your baby’s legs are through the holes). Let dry overnight before dressing your baby up as his or her favorite treat!

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Conclusion

We hope this article has inspired you to make your own DIY Halloween costume for baby. Remember, you don’t need to spend lots of money on a ready-made outfit that’ll only fit for a few years before being outgrown. Instead, use your creativity and make something unique!

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