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Lilo and Stitch Characters Family Costume

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Lilo and Stitch Characters Family Costume

Stitch, Pleakley, Nani, and Scrump

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Photo #1 - Stitch, Pleakley, Nani, and Scrump Photo #2 - Making of Stitch's mask Photo #3 - Stitch Trick or Treating Photo #4 - Stitch and pleakley Photo #5 - Group picture with all of us Photo #6 - Nani and Lilo Photo #7 - Stitch and lilo
Costume type:  Costumes for Families
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Movie and TV Show Costumes

This homemade costume for families entered our 2014 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Darcie, the 'Lilo and Stitch' costume creator:

Our lilo and Stitch costume Theme came from my son. He loves the movie!

Stitch: Stitch is worn by my son. Mask is made from paper mache and covered with the same material as his sweats and felt for the face. We used stitch's nose area for the place where my son could see through using a plastic screen. His sweats were bought from Walmart and stitched on felt for the character's body marks.

His spaceship is made from card board that I cut, bent, and hot glued together. Used spray paint for the colors. Cut off strap from a back pack to use around his neck to carry the spaceship.

Lilo (Red dress): I used an old red dress to make Lilo's costume. I cut out the leaf shape from white felt then stitched them on.

Scrump (Lilo's Doll): Scrump is worn by my niece. I found a hoodie dress at Savers the. Decorated it like the scrump doll by stitching felt onto it.

Pleakley (green mask): my husband is pleakley. The mask is made from paper mache. Used acrylic paint for the face. I used an old plain shirt to paint on the words "Ohana Means Family". Made a stencil with freezer paper then painted the words in with fabric paint. I mixed Textile medium and acrylic paint to make fabric paint.

Nani (orange shirt): Worn by my mom. She has short hair so she decided to wear a wig to have long hair like Nani. We used a plain orange shirt and painted a heart on with fabric paint.

These were really fun and simple costumes that I put together :)

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#1 comment by Roslyn, 8th grade student January 22, 2015

Can you please post how to make the stitch paper mache mask step by step? Or if not, its okay. I was just asking because I am doing a paper mache mask of stitch for a school project and I have no idea how to start. I would appreciate it. Thank you.

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