Sashimi Sushi Roll: Easy DIY Halloween Costume

Categories: Kid Friendly, Costume, Halloween

This fun sushi Halloween costume is easy to make and fun to wear. Be the hit of the office costume party with this unique costume that you can make in less than an hour!

diy sushi costume

What you need to make this project

Oly-Fun Craft Pack Orange Crush
Oly-Fun Craft Pack Snow White
Oly-Fun Craft Pack Bubble Gum
Oly-Fun Craft Pack Kiwi
Oly-Fun Craft Pack Pine
Rigid Design Foam Tiles 12" by 18"

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Oly-Fun® Craft Pack Pine


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Step One

Wrap a 12″ x 18″ Foam Tile with Orange Crush Oly-Fun. Cut the Oly-Fun so that it will fit around the tile, and wrap the tile as you would a present. The sticky backing of the Rigid Foam Tile will hold the fabric in place.

  • step one sushi

Step Two

Cut 1/2″ strips of Snow White Oly-Fun. Glue the strips onto the orange fabric in the shape of a “v”.

  • ginger sushi

Step Three

Cut a 4 inch oval of Bubble Gum Oly-Fun. Starting from the outside edge, cut in a spiral. Begin wrapping the Oly-Fun around a dowel rod to make a flower shape for the “ginger”. Use hot glue on the base to hold the flower in place.

  • wasabi DIY

Step Four

Cut a one inch strip of Oly-Fun in Kiwi. Fold the strip in half and begin winding it into a circle. Pull the center up slightly to make a cone shape. Use hot glue on the bottom to hold it in place. This is the “wasabi”.

Step Five

Cut a zig zag shape from the Pine Oly-Fun to make nori for the ginger and wasabi to rest on. Hot glue the Pine strip to a plastic headband, then glue the other two items on top.

Step Six

Cut a wide belt from the Pine Oly-Fun fabric. Make it wide enough and long enough to fit the wearer. Hot glue it onto the “sushi” strip. Use velcro or a safety pin to hold the belt in place.