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Hello, I’m Heather!

I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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great job (as usual)! those turned out awesome! …loved the optimus prime too – that turned out fantabulous!! cant wait for party day!

Adorable … Luke would just love those! I’m pinning!

what a great idea and fun party favors!

You are totally a super mom! Pinning now!

You are forever outdoing yourself, I swear! These are each amazing- I love how they tie at the sides! My boys aren’t super heroes for Halloween, but these would be awesome for cold winter day fun inside :) You rock, yet again, Heather :)

These are fantastic & sure to be a hit with the party goers. Thanks for the link Heather!

Very, very clever! Well done!
Also, for another no-sew option, fleece does not fray, so you could use it the same way and not hem it, and it would be more washable. But then, these are so easy, it’s worth taking a chance on them not being washed!

Hi! I’d like to invite you to my Halloween Link Drive!

https://www.crochethappy.com/halloween-link-drive-2012.html

Oh my gosh, these are too cool! What a favor! I want to come to a party at your house…lol. Did they fight over who got which one? I’m pinning and stumbling this. And I’d love it if you would share here at my party so my readers can see…I’m giving away a Michaels gift card there too!
https://www.oneartsymama.com/2012/09/shine-on-fridays-47-and-michaels-gift.html

Stopping by from trendy tree house blog hop! Am now following! Would love to have you visit!

sarahseay92.blogspot.com

Thank you so much for the neat idea. I made some of these and some different ones for my 6 year old son. I linked to this page from my blog so others can use your patterns and instructions as well. Thanks again!!
Lisa

So dang cute!!!

Just checking my traffic, and there’s a ton coming from this post. Just wanted to say thanks! – Jessica

awesome, my daughter kindergarten class is going to have a super hero end of year show and I’ll definitely will be back to check out the tutorial.

Love the boys too!! jaja

Omg they’re so cool! Btw do you kmow how to make villan costumes as well for example Joker from Batman?

Thank you so much for this tutorial! My kids want to be Wolverine & Spider-Man for Halloween, and I was hoping to make them myself…without sewing. This is perfect. I’m a big fan of “sewing” with my hot glue gun, so this is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks again!

These are awesome! I love them! And your princesses ones too!

your stuff is ridiculously cute! I am going to link my website to some of your costumes for DIY suggestions for Halloween. My site is http://www.babybearhugs.com if you don’t want me to do this/don’t like something about the way I post it please let me know. I also love your unicorn and found it on pinterest!

I love how colorful and bold these are! I linked this post to my costume website, thecostumeresource.com, because I am always looking for boy costume ideas. I have all girls, so my mind doesn’t work as well in boy mode…:) But thank you also for showing the girl super hero costumes you made–I have a tom girl of my own that would be thrilled with one of those!

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