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Turn a Baby Romper Into Tick Tock Croc Costume

By: Victoria Hannley from dazzlewhilefrazzled.com
Turn a Baby Romper Into Tick Tock Croc Costume
Turn a Baby Romper Into Tick Tock Croc Costume

"Learn how to make a Tick Tock Croc Halloween costume for your little Neverland guy or gal. Using green fabric dye, I turned a hand-me-down baby romper into an adorable Tick Tock Croc costume. Applying felt details to the romper, from the iconic ticking clock to crocodile scales and tail, quickly transform this green romper into a cute creature of the swamp. Coordinating shoe covers and a googly eye crocodile headpiece complete the costume. Downloadable templates for the clock, scales, shoe covers and headpiece are available for free on my website."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine

Intermediate

Materials List

  • Baby romper (or kids t-shirts and pants)
  • Green fabric dye
  • Felt sheets
  • Sewing machine OR fabric glue
  • Interfacing
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