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When you are a crafty person, people have…expectations. They expect you to be able to whip up a centerpiece out of nothing but pinecones and a glue gun, and if you have kids, they expect you to make them spectacular Halloween costumes. Which is all well and good, except I am terrified of my sewing machine. Suddenly this feels like an episode of Marianne’s Crafting Confessions!

The good news is, I am a wiz at coming up with no-sew costumes, and over the next couple of weeks I’ll be bringing you my two favorites. This week baby Hugo is helping out, modeling this easy, inexpensive, sewing-free baby rocket costume inspired by my friend Emily at Smarty Parties. Check it out:

Pretty cute, right? The best part is you don’t have to grapple with convincing a baby to wear a hat or anything other than some snuggly pajamas.

Baby Rocket Costume

Be sure to check back next week, when I’ll show you a delicious no-sew costume for a toddler or big kid. Until then, you can take a trip down memory lane and watch the very first Weekday Crafternoon ever, Three Easy Pumpkin Projects.

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Marianne CanadaMarianne is the Special Projects Editor for HGTV.com. She was the girl in college who saved her waitressing tips to buy a Knoll chair and the perfect vintage couch. All...

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