Poke'mon is our theme this year for Halloween as chosen by my boys. All of these pokemon have been done before by various people online for cosplays and such; however, none of them had instructions for the sewing-challenged like myself. I scoured the world wide web and saved photos of different interpretations of the 3 pokemon into costumes as well as photos of the pokemon from front and back views to use as reference. It took a lot of time, work, and trial and error to get it done but I'm happy with the result and hopefully I took enough pictures and can explain the process well enough that you can make your own without having to reinvent the wheel to do it. Materials: 1.
I was waiting for my Vaporeon to show up but nada. So, over the weekend after watching the newest Nintendo live-action movie, I put together an outfit inspired by my favorite Pokemon — Vaporeon. Detective Pikachu had a ton of cuteness and lots of laughs. However, the plot was watered down, predictable, and made no sense. Although, I appreciated the nostalgia of seeing my favorite Pokemon as beautifully-designed live-action characters I squealed every time I saw Squirtle or Bulbasaur , I expected more from this movie. Right, Mortal Kombat?
Go here for the full post! All you have to make is the ears and the collar! You'll use these to make the ears and ruff.
Vaporeon is also one of the final forms of Eevee. Looking like Vaporeon is quite easy. All you need is a blue dress, a white ruffle collar, and a pair of Vaporeon-inspired ears. Check out these sites to read more about Vaporeon and the other characters from Pokemon :.