DIY Easy ‘Incredibles’ Costumes For The Whole Family, Becau…


Materials: Black felt, yellow felt, orange felt, white felt, hot glue gun or fabric glue, safety pins

To create the logo that will be emblazoned on your chests, you’ll need felt in black, yellow, orange and white, a hot glue gun or fabric glue, and safety pins. You can find all of these things at your local craft store. (Keep in mind that you’ll need to purchase enough orange felt to create belts for the whole family, and enough black felt to create the masks.)

Draw the logo onto a sheet of plain paper, or print out a template to make things even easier. I found this simple template on FreeStencilGallery.com. Cut out each part of the logo from your paper, and then use those shapes as stencils as you cut your felt. One large black oval will create the logo’s background, two orange parenthesis shapes will create the logo’s border, and the “i” is created with two pieces of yellow and a small white circle. Glue everything into place on the black oval using your hot glue gun or fabric glue.

Once your logo has dried, attach it to your red shirt with safety pins. I’d advise using safety pins rather than glue, simply so you can repurpose the red shirts after Halloween.

Beacon Fabri-Tac Permanent Adhesive, $11-$16, Michaels

Bead Landing Silver Safety Pins, $3, Michaels

Creatology Felt Sheet Pack, $9, Michaels

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