Looking for some really awesome DIY ugly Christmas sweater inspiration? Look no further! ! There are some great ideas for everyone including the pregnant belly, baby, and even pups! Here are 32 tacky Christmas sweaters that will not disappoint! Click the picture below or THIS LINK for links to all of the tutorials!
Don’t forget about baby at the ugly Christmas sweater party! How cute is this tiny elf onesie for baby? Refunk the junk embellished a red and green onesie just for baby! See the full ugly sweater diy here.
It’s ugly Christmas sweater party season… Whahoo! This Star Trek inspired ugly sweater is pretty clever… Trek the halls! I love that she cut up a Spock coloring page to create this sweater. For the full DIY ugly sweater tutorial check out Punk Projects!
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Ugly Christmas sweater parties are just around the corner, and this ugly sweater is actually kind of cute! And a dun DIY project! Angie turned her sweater into a life size Rudolph the red nose reindeer complete with giant google eyes! See the step by step Rudolph ugly Christmas sweater tutorial here.
Jamie whipped up DIY Crown and Coke costumes for her and her husband. She made a giant Crown Royal bag out of purple farbci and hand embroidered “Crown Royal” onto the bag. The Coke costume is a plain red dress with duck tape! And then of course the pop top fascinator! All of the Crown and Coke costume details here.
Arelene, who also made this awesome DIY airplane costume, whipped up this really awesome DIY jet pack costume for her son! To make the jet pack she used two empty, clean cake boxes and rolled them into cylinders. She spray painted them silver and used hot glue and duct tape to hold the cylinders together. She attached a foam disk to the top of each jet pack. Arlene then attached garters to the jet pack to make the jet pack fit like a backpack over her sons shoulders. She attached different shades of red, orange, and yellow fabric to the bottom of the jet pack to look like flames. The flame pants were made by attaching fabric to a pair of athletic shorts with hot glue! The fake legs are just a pair of jeans stuffed with a hose and batting. She attached Converse shoes at the bottom of the pant legs to finish up the costume! Nice work, Arelene!
Spot of Tea Designs whipped up adorable Thing 1 and Thing 2 costumes for her twins! She used red onesies and pants and made them each a blue flower head band. The “1” and “2” are printed on adhesive mailing labels… genius and easy enough!