Bring out the “；super”； in your little hero with any of these DIY Superhero projects! Make a costume with accessories that highlight your little one’；s super powers， or create all the decorations needed to throw a super party for your favorite defender –？it’；s all here in our favorite DIY Instant Superhero projects and tutorials!
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Louise from I’；m Feelin’； Crafty shared how to make a custom cape from the DIY Superhero Cape Tutorial at The Southern Institute. Louise also made a matching wristlet， crownaccent pillow case baby canvas housewarming gift， and custom bag to hold all of those super accessories.
Every superhero needs a mask to keep that secret identity safe! Zoe at Slow Mama shows you how to make a DIY Kid’；s Felt Superhero Mask.
Make a simple pair of sneakers super with this Superhero Shoes tutorial from Minimoz.
Protect your superhero with this DIY Super Hero Shield from Art School Dropout’；s blog.
Create custom cuffs to match your superhero’；s special powers with See Kate Sew’；s Superhero Cuffs tutorial.
Create a custom DIY Superhero Backdrop for your party， and your Superheroes will have a place to pose for party photos or just keep an eye out for crime.
Use old comics or make copies of your favorites to use for this custom comic book bunting –？get the tutorial from One Charming Party.
Check out these DIY？printable patterns from Sugar Tot Designs used to make handy superhero bins! These would be perfect for holding treat bags or games for your super party， or use the superhero logos to decorate directly on small totes as take-home favors.
Pow! Zap! Bang! Find all kinds of free downloadable and printable invitations， cupcake toppers， and other extras at Great Kids Birthday Parties Superhero Printables post!
Today I’m excited to share with you something that I’ve been working on for a long time! ?A video sewing tutorial series featuring my Retro Travel Bag! It’s the next best thing to me coming to?your home to help you while you sew the pattern. Keep reading to find out a bit more about the project.
The first few months of being home with a new baby are the best. Not only do you get to spend all day snuggling and getting to know your precious little kiddo, but family and friends drop by with gifts and meals and enjoy their own baby snuggles. After you settle into a routine and these visits start to die down, it’s natural to feel a bit stir-crazy. The best remedy is to strap your baby safely into a stroller, head outside, and take a rejuvenating walk around the neighborhood.
In light of the warmer weather, we’ve partnered with The Design Files to guide you towards transitioning your bedroom from winter to spring.