Have you tried finding a costume of your favorite Disney character…；only to be dissappointed in the quality？？ And lack of detail？？？ Or maybe your favorite Disney character isn’；t a commonly loved one， so there isn’；t even a costume available for it？？ Wellretro cushion covers， how about making a costume yourself!？ You can make it the exact size you need， add the details that you want most， and enjoy it for years to come!
Here are 28 DIY Disney Costume Tutorials…；that are MUCH cuter than purchased!personalised teacher gifts
Belle and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast via Peek A Boo Pages
Belle from Beauty and the Beast via Homemade Toast
Mary Poppins via Make It and Love It
Bert from Mary Poppins via Make It and Love It
Penguin from Mary Poppins via Make It and Love It
Jane from Tarzan via Simple Simon and Co
Jane Porter from Tarzan via Kelldar
Elsa’；s Coronation Dress via Remodelicious
Queen Elsa Costume via Marino Bambinos
No-Sew Elsa Cape via Make It and Love It
Anna’；s Coronation Dress via Sunset Family Living
Princess Anna’；s Cape via AdreeCosplays
Kristoff from Frozen via Peek A Boo Pages
Rapunzel Costume from Tangled via Make It and Love It
Flynn Rider from Tangled via Make It and Love It
Pascal Costume from Tangled via Make It and Love It
Jasmine Costume via Andrea’；s Notebook
The Indecisive Sleeping Beauty via Made
Snow White via Craftiness Is Not Optional
Merida from Brave via Sew Can Do
Tinker Bell via Make It and Love It
Peter Pan via Make It and Love It
Peter Pan’；s Shadow via Tikkido
101 Dalmations via Our Every Day Art
Nemo Costume via Mighty Girl
Tiana from Princess And The Frog via Angelic Threads
Cinderella via Make It and Love It
Prince Charming via Make It and Love It
In the fabric district in Downtown Los Angeles there is an awesome leather store called X-Trims and Leathers. I have gone in there a bunch but couldn’t ever figure out what I wanted to make, or where to even begin choosing from their selection. ?While Jaime, Jacinda, and I were brainstorming projects, Jaime mentioned?making a leather mug sleeve for a mason jar. Bingo!?I raced over to the leather shop to gather supplies. I’m thrilled with how it turned and have already used it a bunch.?This project is perfect for anyone who is just beginning to work with leather, or anyone looking to put scraps of leather to use.
Glistening in all angles of light, using Mylar in your machine embroidery offers a subtle glittering and?magical effect beneath your stitches. Today?we are going to embellish a beautiful sewing box?to keep or gift a friend this holiday season.
Here's a handy item to have around the house, it's perfect for taking to hometown football games or to the beach!