Tuesday, April 14, 2015

FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week

FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT


I hope you've been following along for our Make Believe Week here on the blog.  We have tons of blogger friends participating and some really awesome projects for both girls and boys.  Today I wanted to share my little ones Christmas gifts.  



Several years ago my Mom asked for some fun superhero capes to have at her house.  So I put together the FREE Superhero Cape PATTERN here and Tutorial HERE.  They came out super cute.  But this year for Christmas, I put together a fun Dress Up Box for the Little Miss.  It included all sorts of fun things, including several of the tutorials I have on the blog like the Anna Play Dress, Little Artist Palette, and the Cabbage Patch Clothes.  I knew we needed some of our own Superhero capes.
FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT

First I had to decide on which superhero capes to make.  That was probably the hardest part.  But since our cape pattern is reversible, I knew I could get 4 superheros from just making 2 capes.  We decided on Superman, Batman, Captain America and Spiderman.  And yes, I know they don't all have capes.  But for kids they HAVE to have capes.  Lucky for you, we have a download for the Superhero Symbols just for you!!!
FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT

Materials Needed:
Superhero Cape Pattern and tutorial
Fabric for cape
Felt for applique
Velcro
Thread



Step 1
Cut out your cape pattern and symbols.  Place symbol appliques onto center of one layer of the cape and stitch in place.  Stitch each layer of the symbol separately for the best look.

FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT   FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT

Step 2
Follow printable cape tutorial to create reversible cape and add velcro.
FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week

Step 3
Find the bad guys and GET THEM!!!


FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT  FREE Superhero Capes for Make Believe Week @ GYCT



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    1. Great question Teri. I'm actually not sure what happened to the link. I'll see if I can't find where they went and get them reloaded.

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    2. The link has been fixed. But you can find the appliques here https://goo.gl/tkkfMw

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