No-Sew Shark Costume

Creativity kits for kids!

I have been trying to plan for little man’s Halloween costume for quite some time now. There are just SO many adorable ideas on Pinterest! With my sewing machine broken, I have been going back-and-forth with myself on whether or not I should just purchase a costume this year. But, I just couldn’t bring myself to pay so much money for a cheap costume. So I decided to make an affordable no-sew costume!

Little man has loved sharks since we first visited the Indianapolis Zoo…the shark tank is his FAVORITE place to visit! So, that was an easy decision.
I love the fact that with this costume, he will be able to stay warm for the chilly Indiana Halloween. Another plus? This cost me approximately $10! Can’t go wrong with that!

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  1. Both the costume & little man are both just adorable. Great idea!

  2. Little man looks adorable in his shark suit. Great idea. Very creative.

  3. Ahhhhhh!!!!! This is so cute!!!! Well ok, the adorable boy just MAKES this costume hehe:) Thanks for linking up To Whimsy Wednesday! I always love coming here to see you.
    Kelly,
    Smart! School {House}

  4. Seriously, so cute! If I had kids then I would definitely try making this:)

  5. So cute! I love this and so will my little ocean loving boy! Thanks for sharing! Following now!

  6. thi s is seriously adorable, Sam! thank you for linking up at the create & inspire party! xo, Kimberly

  7. Oh my goodness….cutie pie!! I’d give that little shark a hug any day :o)

    Thanks for joining us this week at Keep Calm & Link Up!

    xo, Meredith @ http://www.waittilyourfathergetshome.com

  8. Darn! Wish I would have seen this before. I got the shark costume from Old Navy, but my son is unhappy with the feet on it and how the belly has extra padding. Your costume wouldn’t have had those problems AND it would have been cheaper!

  9. Your little shark is adorable! I made a shark costume this year too for my little guy and I think w used the same sweatsuit. LOL!!! Come look :http://athomewithsweett.blogspot.com/2012/10/baby-shark-dut-do-dut-dut.html
    Great minds think alike!!!
    Oh, we love the shark tank at the Indy zoo too. I could stand there forever waiting for a sharks to swim by.
    -Tracy

    • That is AWESOME! I just can’t wait for little man to actually be able to reach the sharks on his own…he’s not quite tall enough yet!

  10. OHHHHHHHHH my gosh this is way too cute! I want one for myself :) I can’t even tell you how much I love this. I’m SO featuring this next week! In addition to party features, I’m going to do another post for Halloween costume features from the party. And this one must be added to it! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE! Thanks so much for sharing at Throwback Thursday :)

  11. Your costume turned out so great! I love it, and love even more that it’s no sew! I never would have guessed.

    Thanks so much for linking up at Artsy Corner! Keep up the fantastic work! :)

  12. Love it! So cute! I just wanted to let you know that I’m featuring this on the Kid’s Co-op this week!

  13. Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that I featured this on the Weekend Wonders Link Party.. Come grab a button if you’d like. Have a great day and thanks again for sharing with us!!

    You can find the button here: http://thethriftinessmiss.blogspot.com/2012/10/weekend-wonders-link-party-12-and.html

  14. This is so adorable! It looks amazing and it’s hard to believe it’s no-sew. I’m featuring this on my blog today as one of my favourites from last weeks Weekly Kids’ Co-op. Thank you for linking up! Please feel free to pop over and grab a featured at button. http://www.oneperfectdayblog.net/2012/10/20/play-learn-and-connect-weekly-kids-co-op/

  15. This is so cute! I love simple inexpensive costumes! Great job and thanks for sharing!

  16. This is so stinkin cute! Love that it is no sew, great job.

  17. This is such a wonderful project. I too have a shark-obsessed little guy, and not only will this make a great costume for a party we’re going to, but he can wear it all the time (until it no longer fits and I have to make another!)

  18. Thank you so much for this!! My kiddo is in a school program about sea critters and she wants to be a shark. This mommy has zero crafting skills & I was freaking out about how to do it! This looks so simple to do and so cute!! Again, thank you!

    • I’m glad you found it then! :-) I’d love to see photos of how it turns out for you! atkinsondrive {at} yahoo {dot} com

  19. Love it! we’re doing a shark costume this year and I love how simple this is, I think i’ll have to try it. Thanks for sharing

  20. So cute. I am attempting a homemade halloween costume this year too (astronaut). No-sew also. Eek. I’d love it if you shared it on our linkup party this week! http://www.mylifeoftravelsandadventures.com/2013/10/trick-or-treat-thursday-party.html

  21. Very cute! I think he can wear the sweatshirt all year long too. I see batman sweatshirts everywhere, so why not a cute shark?

    Nicole @ HoldtheOffice.com

  22. This is adorable! I love it!

  23. I don’t have a sewing machine, so I’m looking forward to following your instructions and adapting it for my daughter’s Yoshi costume this year (i.e. will invert the shark fin and put it at the bottom of the shirt for a tail). Thank you so much – your costume and pictures are awesome! :)

  24. OMG, that is just adorable and the little boy just makes the pictures! :) Featuring you this week at Show Stopper Saturdays!

    Krista @ joyfulhealthyeats

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