Tuto kids: an Indian disguise

Tuto kids: an Indian disguise

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An Indian costume for a child? Nothing could be easier with the tutorial of Poulette Magique, a very nifty blog mixing DIY, decoration, travel and cooking! This universe is that of Cécile, young mother of a little Alice, computer graphics artist and incidentally stuffed with talent. When she's not tinkering, Cécile writes DIY books (my sweet home girly) and on the blog Do it yourself held with her friend Morgane.


You will need: - a sacrificial T-shirt (preferably plain) - scissors - glue - felt or foam


1. Start by cutting off one end of each sleeve and set them aside.
2. Cut out the bottom of the T-shirt and reserve it as well.
3. Cut fringes at the bottom of the T-shirt with regular scissors.
4. Cut (again!) Small triangles in felt and / or foam (depending on what you have on hand)
5. Glue the triangles on the t-shirt for navajo pattern shapes.


And There you go ! An Indian costume quickly made, well done, to be the most beautiful of the party! Is it successful? And for the hairstyle, I simply made a headband in traphilo on which I glued feathers cut in the felt. Pocahontas has only to be careful!
Thanks to Cécile for her creation! Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your little Indians on our Facebook page, and find other ideas on our Pinterest!