Here’s Kylan’s completed Pterodactyl Halloween Costume and Dinosaur Egg basket. The best part was that I already had all the fabric in my stash! The metallic looking animal print fabric I used for his hands, feet and chest was leftover from a clutch purse I made my oldest daughter years ago. It was perfect for this project. Just goes to show that it pays to keep your scraps of fabric!
Here’s Kylan in his costume…front view.
Here’s the side view. Here’s the Pterodactyl Costume Pattern and Instructions
Here’s Caden’s completed Triceratops Halloween Costume and Dinosaur Egg basket. I did have to purchase the felt. Like Kylan’s, his eyes are also the “glow in the dark” ping pong balls. I wasn’t sure what color of felt to purchase to go with his sweats, so I asked my oldest daughter, Chrystal, who has a degree in Interior Design. She gave me several options and Katie and I decided on orange. We’re so glad we did because the colors really look good together.
Here’s Caden in his costume…front view.
Here’s the side view. Triceratops Costume Pattern and Instructions
I’m REALLY happy with the way they turned out, and the boys can’t wait to wear them on Halloween!
I still have Kinzley’s costume to finish. She’s going to be a Baby Girl Triceratops. I’ve got everything done except determining where to attach her face, tutu and tail. I can’t wait to show you her costume when it’s done!