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  • Gus Gus Halloween outfit

    Anybody know where I can look and find a pattern/costume for Gus Gus for my 15 month old son for Halloween? He's got the perfect belly and he's always happy, perfect for gus gus. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Gus Gus Halloween outfit

    I would just say to go to Joann's fabrics, or any fabric store, and start looking through their catalogs of patterns. Most patten companies have a vast selection of Disney costumes, and if you can't find one small enough for your little guy, you can usually size it down yourself. OR....just find a picture of Gus Gus and just guess at it! Find a similar-ish pattern and then use your imagination for the rest. That's what my mom had to do for my Snow White costume back in the day and it turned out wonderfully! Good luck!
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