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Sour Patch Kids Costume

Sour Patch Kids Costume

Costume type:  Costumes for Groups
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for groups entered our 2016 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Kim, the 'Sour Patch Kids' costume creator:

Kids are wearing the costumes. To make the costumes we bought different colored morph suits and made the sour patch kids heads out of seat cushions using electric carving knife!

Rating: 3.8 of 5. Votes: 16

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#1 comment by MEGHAN ALLARD September 10, 2017

Need toddler one

#2 comment by DeMar Binns September 30, 2017

I know someone who needs one for a 3 year old.

#3 comment by Michele October 9, 2017

I am looking for a sour patch kid costume for a 7year old boy. Would like to purchase. Do you make these and how much. Please email me and let me know. Thank you

#4 comment by James Canada October 12, 2017

Looking for a 18 month old little girl sour patch costume. Would like to purchase. Can you please make it? Please and thank you

#5 comment by Alex June 15, 2018

I need a adult sour patch costume

#6 comment by Cindy August 25, 2018

Need costumes for:
Monopoly and lotto ticket.

#7 comment by JoAnn November 29, 2018

My granddaughter is graduating high school June 2019 and her theme party is Sour Patch kids, I would love to have just the heads of the costume you made, can we talk about that, would love to surprise her with that.

#8 comment by K. Wolpert November 29, 2018

JoAnn- please email me.
I'm not selling them- but perhaps you could borrow them for the special occasion.
Contact me at: kimwolpert[at]yahoo.com.

#9 comment by Delia Hill August 9, 2019

How can I get these costumes?

#10 comment by C. R. August 10, 2019

I am trying to make the heads. Any suggestions or steps you are willing to share with me. How did you get them to stay on and not fall over? Anything would be helpful. I'm planning on making these for me and my teacher friends for school!

#11 comment by Kim wolpert August 21, 2019

The heads were made it from foam cushions I bought at JoAnns Fabrics. Had to carve out the heads with a knife. Used an electric knife to get the inside out. The cushion is meant for a chair- so it didn't fall down. Just was difficult to cut out. Used the extra foam to make the face. Morph suits for the body. Hope this helps. Email me if out have any additional questions.

#12 comment by C.R. September 7, 2019

Thanks for your help. You you happen to remember how many inches deep the cushions were? I am only finding 1" and 2" deep cushions. Thanks again

#13 comment by Kim September 14, 2019

Sorry so late in replying. My cushions were 3" deep . I bought them at my local JoAnn's Fabrics.
Good Luck!!
Kim

#14 comment by Cindy September 17, 2019

How did you make the sign?

#15 comment by Kim September 19, 2019

Sign was made from a thin insulation board I bought at Home Depot.
Just copied the bag - paint, construction paper.

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