DIY Halloween Costume Part 2: N as an iPod

It’s very hard to come up with costume ideas for babies.  Our N is only 7 weeks old and I had to make sure the costume would be:

  • cool enough so as not make her overheat;
  • easily removable in case she got fussy;
  • physically flexible and sturdy (given her flailing arms and legs); and
  • cute.

I wanted to pay tribute to Steve Jobs but a black turtleneck and jeans would be too hot.  Instead, I decided to make her into a Baby iPod Nano (5th generation circa 2009 for those Apple geeks out there).  I made it from fabric and wire because styrofoam may get destroyed with her kicks and punches.

Here are the instructions on how to make a baby iPod costume:

All the work paid off as N was totally adorable in her costume and she won in the 0-2 category.  She won P500, which offset the costs we spent in materials for her costume (my hourly consultancy and labor rate excluded).

Thank you to 101gramsofeyecandy‘s business Mundial Marketing for printing the iPod image on fabric material.

Did you make your kids’ costumes this year?  Share it with me!

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10 Responses to DIY Halloween Costume Part 2: N as an iPod

  1. patricia says:

    you are the coolest mom ever!!!!! what a fantastic idea! =D

  2. mymommyology says:

    Okay. Because next year, you’re making 4 girls’ costumes instead of 2… we have to start early. Bwahahaha!

  3. eyecandy says:

    1. Great idea for a costume! N is so cute, makes me want to push all those buttons!
    2. Working with wire and pliers now?? Haha! I’m impressed! :)
    3. Thanks for the plug!
    4. To answer your question, no I didn’t. Store bought. I went the easy way. Shame on me! :)

  4. manilamommy says:

    ANG CUTE!!!!!!!!! Can I borrow N’s costume for next year? Not for DW but for me…..

  5. Badet says:

    Cool costume. Talagang kasama ang Baby Bjorn sa materials, haha… I wasn’t able to think of my girl’s costume this year, but next year, I will make one for her.

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