DIY Sriracha Costume
I’m a big fan of sriracha and not just because it seems to be the hipster condiment of choice these days. I’ve always loved hot sauces and spicy things and I think sriracha has just the perfect blend of heat and flavor. It makes great roasted pumpkin seeds and kale chips. So for a last minute halloween costume I decided to be the rooster sauce itself.
I used my Silhouette to cut out a sriracha shirt design I made. I already had the white heat transfer vinyl, so I just had to pick up a red t-shirt at the craft store (for only $2.50) and two sheets of green craft foam (for $.99 each).
Download the free Silhouette sriracha design file to create your own costume!
Don’t have a Silhouette? Download the PDF and use the white and red version with iron-on transfer paper to create a similar costume or use the black and white version as a template and use white fabric paint to paint the design.
To be completely honest, I think I may wear this shirt to the gym. Is that too weird?
I created the bottle cap by folding a piece of craft foam into a cone and gluing the seams with a hot glue gun. I trimmed the cone to make it look more like a party hat then I glued a strip of foam about 5″ tall all the way around the hat to create the bottom part of the cap.
I used bobby pins to keep the hat on my head but you could also attach an elastic string to the sides and wear it like a party hat.
Need some last minute Halloween decorating and project ideas? Check out my Halloween DIYs here.