Homemade Halloween: Baby & Toddler Mummy costumes

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  1. Sew scalloped swatches of black fabric to the arms of his onesie, and cut holes in his stocking hat for eyes. Voila! A bouncing baby bat Halloween costume.

  2. Helen Yendall says:

    Di, this is soooo cute! Makes me want a baby, just so I can dress him/her up like this!! Thanks for sharing, really made me smile!

  3. Laura Anne Farnworth says:

    Genious outfit idea Super Lucky! Your little one looks fab.

  4. Rachael Jess says:

    I love this.
    Good Luck

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