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Another comfy, wearable Halloween costume coming at you today! You had to know that I wouldn’t let Halloween go by with out a homage to my love of snacks…and rather than choose just one snack, I’m showing you how to dress up like an entire picnic! This costume is super easy to create with a few basic supplies!


  1. Place gingham fabric onto the Cricut Fabric Mat and use the rotary blade to cut out the pocket shape
  2. Cut ant shapes from black vinyl using the Fine Point Blade
  3. Cut food shapes from cardstock and assemble with glue
  4. Use your easy press to fold in and press the edges of the pocket
  5. Glue the edges with fabric glue
  6. Use fabric glue to adhere the pocket to the shirt, then iron on the ants
  7. Glue the assembled food shapes onto a paper plate and glue paper plate to a headband.

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3 thoughts on “Picnic Halloween Costume

  1. Do you have an ETSY store??? I would
    love to purchase this headpiece and tshirt!
    Your work is amazing!! If you don’t have an ETSY store please consider!!

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