Easy-to-Craft Baby Bull Halloween Costume

Inexpensive felt, a ready-made beanie cap, black leggings and a top and are all you need to craft this cute (and comfy!) bull costume for your baby or toddler.
Easy-to-Craft Baby Bull Halloween Costume

Easy-to-Craft Baby Bull Halloween Costume

Inexpensive felt, a ready-made beanie cap, black leggings and a top and are all you need to craft this cute (and comfy!) bull costume for your baby or toddler.

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Materials Needed:

  • small black beanie hat
  • 1 sheet each of yellow, white, gray and black felt
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks

Spray-Paint Horns

Spray-paint plastic bull horns white and allow to dry.

Spray-Paint Horns

Spray-Paint Horns

Spray-paint plastic bull horns white and allow to dry.

Trace Shapes on Felt

Print bull hat template, attached above, and cut out stencils. Trace individual stencil shapes onto corresponding felt sheets and cut out.

Trace Shapes on Felt

Trace Shapes on Felt

Print bull hat template, attached above, and cut out stencils. Trace individual stencil shapes onto corresponding felt sheets and cut out.

Attach Felt Pieces

Use a hot glue gun to attach felt pieces to front of black hat. When attaching the ears, cut a slit in the middle of the bottom tab as indicated on the stencil, then fold the tab back while angling the two halves inward before gluing onto hat. Use glue to attach white bull horns in front of ears. Dress your child in comfortable black separates — like sweats or a tunic and leggings — to complete the look.

Attach Felt Pieces

Attach Felt Pieces

Use a hot glue gun to attach felt pieces to front of black hat. When attaching the ears, cut a slit in the middle of the bottom tab as indicated on the stencil, then fold the tab back while angling the two halves inward before gluing onto hat. Use glue to attach white bull horns in front of ears. Dress your child in comfortable black separates — like sweats or a tunic and leggings — to complete the look.

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