My 20-something daughter and her friends still enjoy Halloween.
No Fairy Princess costumes for them – they wanted a more modern look.
So Ipods it was!
We used our older-than-technology-should-be ink jet printer to print the “screen” and the controller and then fused and zig-zag stitched them to bathing suit fabric.
Unfortunately, The Stash did not contain any bathing suit fabric, so the Destashification Project Rules were broken for this project.
To minimize slippage, elastic was added to the top of the hourglass shaped tubes!
We made three costumes with girl’s choices of “screens” and colors. But as happens, a fourth was needed, so my daughter made another one! And added the Apple Logo to the backs!
They even found gloves that had earbuds on them!
Quick and fun!
Love them! Hope they get lots of sweets (candy).
Great idea! How did you print the “screens”? Did you use a specific program?
The “screens” were put together on MS Word. The graphics were imported as pictures and the text added as word boxes. The “page” was then printed using an ink jet printer directly onto an 8.5″ * 11″ “sheet of fabric” designed for ink jet printers.