12 Responses to DIY Little Mermaid and Flounder Costumes

    • Do you mean could I take the felt off the sweatshirt? No the hot glue is very permanent on fabric so there’s no way to take it off after it’s glued on.

    • Sorry, I don’t…I just cut the pieces out of brown paper grocery bags first to test the size and shape and then cut it out of the felt.

  1. I’m having a hard time with the pieces on the hood. Any tips? Did you cut each section out separately and glue it on or did you just create one large piece?

    • The teal felt was all one piece, but in two identical layers…I glued them together at the top and then at the bottom I sort of “sandwiched” the top of the hoodie between the two pieces. Then I cut the dark blue pieces and hot glued them on either side of the teal fin. Hope that makes sense!

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