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DIY :: No-Sew Pineapple Costume

October 22nd, 2013

DIY No-Sew Pineapple Halloween Costume | photos by Kate Stafford for Camille Styles

I’d like to preface this post by saying that, while I’m super proud of this pineapple costume concept, it’s very plain to see what (or who) truly is the star here. I have to admit, I had my doubts about setting a 1.5-foot-tall pineapple crown on a 14-month old… but to my surprise, she wore it like a pro. This costume was super easy and inexpensive to make, and can be adapted to make all sorts of fruit (I’m dying to create a felt strawberry counterpart to pair with this pineapple)… I only hope your toddler is as receptive to the headpiece as Phoebe was! Keep reading for the step-by-step, and more realistically, more sweet Phoebe eye-candy…

DIY No-Sew Pineapple Halloween Costume | photos by Kate Stafford for Camille Styles

DIY No-Sew Pineapple Halloween Costume | photos by Kate Stafford for Camille Styles

DIY no-sew Pineapple Costume | Camille Styles

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  • 1 yard (for a toddler) felt fabric in “honey” color
  • 5 sheets of felt in yellow, honey, goldenrod and brown
  • green bulletin board border
  • faux plant with long, skinny leaves
  • hot glue gun
  • pencil
  • scissors

DIY no-sew Pineapple Costume | Camille Styles

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  1. With a pencil, free-hand draw a pear-shaped body suit twice on felt fabric, and cut out as pictured.
  2. Place one pear-shaped panel directly on top of the other. Draw a line of hot glue along the edge of the bottom panel as pictured (from just beneath the arm-hole to half-way into the bottom curve) and press top panel to adhere. Repeat on the other side. At this time you may choose to glue the tops of the “sleeves”, or you can add velcro there or snaps for easier removal.
  3. Once hot glue has dried, turn pear-shaped bodice inside-out.
  4. Cut felt sheets into small, pointed tear-drop shapes.
  5. Arrange felt tear-drops in a layered pattern on the front side of the bodice, as pictured. When you’re satisfied with the design, use hot glue to secure.
  6. Cut the ends of of some of the faux plant leaves, and glue around the neckline.
  7. Use the green border to measure the size of your child’s head and cut the border to size. Glue to create a crown.
  8. Pull remaining leaves off the faux plant, and glue around the paper crown. Alternate between gluing forward and backwards to create a pineapple-like bushel of leaves.

DIY No-Sew Pineapple Halloween Costume | photos by Kate Stafford for Camille Styles

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14 Comments under :: DIY :: No-Sew Pineapple Costume
  1. diane smith says:

    Too cute! What a clever idea & beautiful little girl!

  2. SO adorable! Phoebe is rocking the head piece!

  3. Cara Greenstein says:

    I just can’t get over the cuteness of this costume.

  4. Cutie pie!! I want another baby! You did such a wonderful job with that adorable costume!! XO

  5. Molly Kendrick says:

    I just can’t even…

  6. Chris says:

    Wow, Chanel, that costume is perfect! The fact that she will wear the crown probably has something to do with her crush on you :)

  7. jasileet says:

    SO ridiculously cute. What a clever costume!

  8. This is priceless. What a great idea.

  9. clairezinnecker says:

    I love this so much! It’s PERECT!

  10. […] a kids version of the costume, try this no-sew DIY! (via Camille […]

  11. […] for them to buy and wear what they want… and Halloween’s no different. Last year we dressed Phoebe up as a pineapple because we wanted to, and just one year later she’s already expressing strong desires to […]

  12. YASMINDAR says:

    Too cute! Inspired me to create this new sew project with my own twist :D Thank yoU! bit.ly/1FJFYi7

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