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Vicky Violet Costume with a Vase of Flowers in Hand

Letterland Parade – DIY Vicky Violet Costume

September 14, 2020 Sarah Coggins
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School is a bit different this year with both of our kids still learning remotely. Nonetheless, our elementary school still held their annual Letterland Parade! This time, it was all virtual, but the kids were still invited to dress up as their favorite character. Our daughter’s choice – Vicky Violet.

DIY Letterland Dress Up Vicky Violet Costume

I had so much fun putting together a quick DIY costume for her. Admittedly, very little was probably seen through the computer camera, but we still dressed her up head to toe as Vicky Violet because why not? And, truthfully, in the middle of this remote learning / pandemic craziness, I needed something normal. In a normal school year, this is what we would do – she would have a full costume for the Letterland Parade. So that is exactly with we did.

Vicky Violet Costume + Inspiration

Here’s how we put together this simple and cute costume. Let us know if you give it a try! We’d love to see.

Supplies

  • Purple t-shirt
  • Fabric
  • Therm-O-Web Heat n Bond Iron-on Adhesive
  • Plain Headband
  • Faux Flowers
  • Hot Glue Gun and Glue
  • Vase
  • Purple Tulle Skirt (optional) – ours is Hanna Andersson and was already in her closet.
  • Floral Mary Janes (optional) – ours are Cat & Jack and were already in her closet.

Instructions

Step 1 Remove part of the flowers and hot glue to the headband for a quick & easy headpiece.

DIY Purple Floral Headband

Step 2 Trim stem on remaining flowers and place in vase for costume accessory.

Step 3 Trace a ‘v’ shape onto the paper side of Heat ‘n Bond.

Vicky Violet Costume Supplies
Tip: we used the free Letterland Dress Up download here for a quick & easy V template.

Step 4 Iron the Heat ‘n Bond to the wrong side of your fabric following instructions on the packaging.

Step 5 Cut out the ‘v’ shape from the fabric.

Adding V to Purple Shirt

Step 6 Iron to front of shirt to complete the costume.

Completed Vicky Violet Shirt for the Letterland Parade


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Sarah

Hi! I'm a DIY and craft obsessed mom to 2. I have my hands covered in sawdust or paint any given day. My husband and kids join me in many of our projects. When we aren't creating at home, we're creating memories in our many adventures. Join along! Read More

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