Make This Easy Banana Palindrome Costume

Download and print this sticker for an easy Halloween costume.

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“Is that a baby in a banana suit,” they asked. “Yes. Yes it is. A banana palindrome suit, actually.” 

A Banana Palindrome Halloween Costume

A Banana Palindrome Halloween Costume

A simple sticker for a banana costume.

Photo by: Emily Fazio

Emily Fazio

If you didn’t notice it right away in the above photo, Yo Banana Boy reads the same forwards and backwards and is a great Halloween costume for a baby or office party.

You need a yellow outfit — if don’t already have one, dye a white bodysuit and pants or onesie. 

Imagine my surprise when I learned that the Chiquita font was actually a free download for personal use! It’s no good if you’re looking to use it commercially, but I’m stoked that I can let you download the sticker I designed using the font free of charge. If you want to go literal with the banana theme and design your own brand-inspired logo, you can get the font yourself here. (Thanks, Internet.) 

Download the “Yo Banana Boy” PDF, and print it out in color on a sheet of 8.5”x11” sticker-backed paper. 

Cut out the sticker, peel, and stick right onto the outfit 

A Banana Palindrome Halloween Costume

A Banana Palindrome Halloween Costume

A simple sticker for a banana costume.

Photo by: Emily Fazio

Emily Fazio

Let him model it at all of your Halloween parties, and see which kids and parents catch on to the subtlety of the costume.

A Banana Palindrome Halloween Costume

A Banana Palindrome Halloween Costume

A simple sticker for a banana costume.

Photo by: Emily Fazio

Emily Fazio

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