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Kermit the Frog Baby Costume

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Kermit the Frog Baby Costume

Kermit the Frog

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Photo #1 - Kermit the Frog Photo #2 - Kermit the Frog Photo #3 - The costume Photo #4 - The smile Photo #5 - Kermit & Miss Piggy
Costume type:  Costumes for Babies
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Movie and TV Show Costumes

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

A word from Carrie, the 'Kermit the Frog' costume creator:

This was our first Halloween with a baby brother so I tried to think of a "duo" costume where my 4 year old daughter could be something "bigger" and our 2 month old son could be something "smaller". Thus, the idea for a Miss Piggy / kermit costume duo was born! I scoured the Internet for "purchasable" costumes but the smallest Kermit costume was 12 months & i knew it would swallow our newborn & require lots of sewing. it was also pretty expensive so I decided to make it myself. I also searched for onesies & pants that were already solid green but couldn't find anything! So I realized I had all of the supplies in white I just needed to dye them. This was my first experience with clothing dye & I have to say it was super easy & I was very pleased with the results!

For the Kermit costume I spent less than $5. Here's what it consisted of:
Long sleeve onesie, baby beanie hat, old socks of mine & a pair of baby socks all dyed with neon green fabric dye ($2.99)
A sheet of green felt (.25)
2 large crafters cotton balls ($1)
Other supplies were glue gun, scissors & black sharpie

I simply died all the pieces so they would be the right color then cut out the neck detail & hands & feet out of the felt. I used my old dress socks as the legs only because I couldn't find white pants his size to dye. I cut his baby socks to use as fingerless gloves. I got glued the hands & feet to the socks & the neck piece to the neck of the onesie. Then I took the large cotton balls & hot glued cardboard in the correct shape to make Kermit's eyes (actually I drew the shape of Kermit's eyes onto the cardboard packaging that the cotton balls came in with a sharpie & cut them out). Then hot glued the eyes to the beanie & voila!

This was a Suuuuper easy, suuuuper comfortable & suuuuper cute costume for a newborn! He was warm & comfy & the impact was huge! We got tons of compliments. Plus our little guy seemed to really love it! He would smile every time we put it on!

Rating: 4.3 of 5. Votes: 46

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#1 comment by charis parker August 15, 2014

Would you be interested in selling this?

#2 comment by Karen September 19, 2014

This is so adorable!!! Thanks for the amazing idea. Love Miss Piggy too.

#3 comment by Julie Mason October 12, 2014

Where did you get the neon green fabric dye? The color is perfect, and in my experience, fabric coloring doesn't always turn out right.

#4 comment by Carrie October 12, 2014

We got the dye at Hobby Lobby :)

#5 comment by Nessa October 31, 2014

Where did you get the cotton balls???

#6 comment by Melissa November 2, 2014

Thank you for sharing this. I was able to make a kermit costume for this year's halloween. And since my son is kermit, I decided to be the Miss Piggy. Everything turned out well.

#7 comment by Alice November 18, 2014

One of my favorites.

#8 comment by gabrielle July 23, 2015

So sweet

#9 comment by kristafluharty August 25, 2015

Question...where did you find a small wig to fit your little girl?

#10 comment by Paula Mcloughlin September 26, 2015

Hi love the cute idea for Halloween. Did you make the miss piggy outfit too. My daughter can't wait to dress up with her little brother

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