Steps for Your Mrs. Pacman Costume

Introduction: Steps for Your Mrs. Pacman Costume

Here are steps to make your own Mrs. Pacman Costume. Visit Joann Fabrics and buy all of the items you need for your crafty costume. Remember to bring your 40% off one item coupon which you can find online.  They can even scan your phone so you don’t have to print out the coupon.  We got inspired searching for ideas on Pinterest.

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Step 1:

Sowing machine will make it easier…

Step 2:

Sowing machine will make it easier…

Step 3:

All the patterns are created first with paper then marked onto the material.

Step 4:

Hot Glue Gun to glue all the materials…  The iron on glue did not work for us.

Step 5:

Glue all of the dots onto the shirt and pants.  Here is Clyde the orange pacman ghost.

Step 6:

Leave a little hole in your ghost to push all the extra shaving into it for fluffiness.  Then finish sowing it up by hand.

Step 7:

Don’t forget to visit Chinatown in S.F. to buy your shoes.

Step 8:

Create a small Ms. Pacman and glue the material onto your shoes and create a small pacman ghost for the other side.

Step 9:

Your completed design.  Inspired by a similar design on Pinterest.

Step 10:

Don’t forget to accessorize your dog.        READY, SET, GO!!!

Step 11:

Our friendly dog, was definitely the hit of of the day.  The dog is a JackRat in case your wondering what kind of dog it is.

Step 12:

Trick or Treat!!! :)

If you want to see our pink converse costume from last year you can visit the blog at:  Enjoy!!!

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    4 years ago

    HI... Quick question, what was your ms. pacman mad out of. like, what did you use to make it stand out and not be flush with the shirt