Ginger Spice Halloween Costume

What do you do with an adorable redheaded toddler on Halloween?

CamilleSpice Obviously.

I can’t even wait until Halloween to share this costume with you because I’m just so darn proud of it! I think Camille is too…



She’s singing, “Let it Go” but we’re working on “Wannabe.” Totally appropriate lyrics for a two year old. Fact: SPICE GIRLS ARE SPICEY.



If you’re here for a DIY tutorial. Sorry. I really don’t know how I pulled this off.


It involved a repurposed onesie. Wide ribbon. No sew, iron-on tape stuff. Liquid stitch glue. Etc…


The shoes are an almost too-small pair with foam glittery paper super glued to them and a few hole punches for the “laces” (which should be red, but I ran out of red ribbon).


And some specifically positioned tule making this version slightly less racy than Geri’s. Because, Camille’s “A REAL LAY-DAY.”



Kenton is going with the British theme too…


That, by the way, is my new favorite picture. Oh.My.

He’s her Knight in Shining Armor – ready to protect the young pop star from her throngs of fans.


He’s most excited about the sword. And we have to hide this costume until Halloween. He.Is.OBSESSED. I predict he’ll wear it 24/7 after Friday. You’ve been warned.


The pointed toe. The cowboy boots. I die.


Of course, the resident English Bulldog wanted in on this photo shoot depicting well-known figures from his country of origin.

So, Halloween will be entertaining around here this year. I can’t wait!

Anyone else doing a fun DIY costume for their little one?


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About Michelle Fortin

Michelle Fortin is a follower of Jesus, a wife and a mom. She's also an award winning broadcast journalist and public relations professional. Michelle spent nearly a decade working in television newsrooms across the country, both behind and in front of the camera. Training future broadcast journalists in her faculty associate roles at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and at Arizona Christian University was a cherished focus of her post-TV career. Today, she maintains a roster of public relations clients focused on empowering fellow “momprenuers.” She also serves as a speaker for various women's and mom's events. Michelle received her bachelor’s degree from Biola University and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) from Arizona State University. She and her husband, two young kids and English bulldog call Scottsdale, Arizona, home.

2 Responses to Ginger Spice Halloween Costume

  1. Kim@NewlyWoodwards October 28, 2014 at 9:09 am #

    OMG – this is adorable! And the first picture of the two of them. I’m Dead. I mean, seriously So cute.

  2. Meg Ellis October 29, 2014 at 3:10 am #

    I can’t believe how freakin adorable both are !! You are one creative crafty Mama!!

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