2020 Halloween Costume Contest
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Big Bad Wolf Costume

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Big Bad Wolf Costume

Big Bad Wolf Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Boys
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Cartoon Costumes, Animal Costumes, Literary Costumes

This homemade costume for boys entered our 2012 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Amy, the 'Big Bad Wolf' costume creator:

This is my 3 year old son Evan wearing his Big Bad Wolf costume! He insisted on being the Big Bad Wolf so he can "huff and puff and blow your house down". I made the whole costume my self, by hand, with the exception of the pants. I used fake fur fabric for all the wolf parts. Created boots with foam claws, a tail with wire inside so it bends and moves, paws with foam claws (not pictured, 3 year olds dont like gloves), used a soft hat and covered with fur (for head), used foam for ears and claws and 2 marbles for the eyes. For the piggy bucket used a plastic pumpkin bucket and covered with pink felt. used pipe-cleaners for ears and tail. Took about a week to complete and spent about $25-$30 on material

Rating: 4.4 of 5. Votes: 28

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#1 comment by Amy October 9, 2012

Vote for Evan!!! so cute!

#2 comment by diane gingras October 11, 2012

great wolf costume

he looks scary

#3 comment by Amie September 5, 2013

Omg! Can I buy this off you? My 3 year old son also wants to be the big bad wolf and I can't find a costume he likes anywhere!! Please contact me!!

#4 comment by Amy September 5, 2013

need to know how to contact you! : ) will probably sell for $85 akanickle85[at]hotmail.com

#5 comment by Angela Smith October 19, 2013

Did you use a regular sewing machine with the fake fur and did it work okay? I'm not an experienced sewer and worried the material won't go through the machine and will break my needle.

#6 comment by Amy October 19, 2013

No, I did it all by hand, too thick to go through sewing machine, afraid it would ruin my machine. used a lot of double sided hem tape and super glue. good luck!

#7 comment by Iris September 23, 2014

Wow! This is so amazing! Can I get more details on how you did the face? A picture of the inside of the hat may be? What did you use to extend the hat?

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