This ‘PAW Patrol’ Family Halloween Costume Is So Doggone Cute
If you’re celebrating Halloween as a family, we have the cutest group costume for you, paws down! And if your kiddos love PAW Patrol, then they’ll be that much more pumped when they find out that the whole *pack* is dressing up as their favorite search-and-rescue pooches. Scroll on to learn how to DIY costumes for everyone — like firedog Marshall, high-flying Skye, recycling Rocky, and police pup Chase.
To make Skye’s fearless daredevil costume, begin with a pink dress ($14) and brown heels. Next, spray-paint the goggles pink and then cut dog ears out of brown felt. Hot-glue the ears to the goggles, line the dress collar with light pink felt, and create a custom PAW Patrol patch with pink, brown, and gray felt.
To make Marshall’s costume, start with a white T-shirt and white pants. Cut out spots from black felt and use fabric glue to attach to both. Next, you’ll need a red vest ($19), a firefighter helmet ($19), and white shoes. DIY your own PAW Patrol patch and ears using felt and glue to the vest’s zipper and to the helmet. Use orange felt to line the vest’s collar, and you’re ready to get your patrol on!
Rocky can usually find just the right thing to solve a problem — even when it comes to DIYing a Halloween costume! To recreate Rocky’s recycling truck look, you’ll need a green vest ($16), a gray shirt, and gray pants. To make the rest of the costume, spray-paint a cardboard box blue and then cut out a rectangle in the bottom and in the top. Cut circles out of colored paper for the wheels and attach using hot glue. Finish by gluing on felt straps to make the costume wearable. Make a unique PAW Patrol patch, and fashion dog ears from the different felt colors. Glue the ears to a green hat ($8), the patch to the vest’s zipper, and orange felt to the vest’s collar.
Chase can sniff out any problem — no matter how big! Make the police pup’s costume with a police hat ($10), a blue vest ($16), a brown shirt, brown pants, and brown shoes. Next, add felt ears to police hat using hot glue and DIY yet another signature pooch patch to the vest. Add a felt collar to the vest as well and follow the same steps as Rocky’s costume to make Chase’s police car using a cardboard box, blue spray paint, and colored paper wheels.
DIY Styling and Production: Cassidy Miller
Photography: Brittany Griffin
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