How to make an easy Farmer Yumi costume from Paw Patrol for Halloween.
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This Halloween I wanted to do a Paw Patrol themed Trunk for two Trunk or Treat events. I sold my Everest costume a couple of years ago because I thought my kids were outgrowing Paw Patrol… then we had another baby.
My youngest is going as Ryder from Paw Patrol and I made him a long sleeve version of our original sleeveless Ryder Paw Patrol vest costume. This coat will work as a coat for him during the Fall/Spring too!
With no time to sew a costume again, I whipped up this quick and easy Farmer Yumi costume with some items I had at home, plus a quick stop at the thrift store.
I didn’t own any overalls so my husband stopped by our local thrift store quick. He found some that BARELY fit me— but they worked!
She also appears to have a greenish or lime green teeshirt in the movies so I found a shirt from my MOPS group that was the perfect color. The logo isn’t ideal but the overalls covered it somewhat.
I wish I had a better straw hat but this old hat seemed to do the trick!
Farmer Yumi is 100% me except more legit. Brown hair? Check! Brown eyes? Check! Goats? Check! I’d totally get into some goat yoga too.
Briefly considered putting a diaper on our goat Timmy and bringing him and a yoga mat to complete the costume, but I thought live animals might be frowned upon at a trunk or treat event.
Plus I already had three animals (children, animals… same same) to watch so I didn’t want to deal with the goat getting into candy.
Threw on some muck boots because I didn’t take the time to see if I could find out what she wears for boots. These are my Sloggers with pigs flying on them… they’re funny.
Ryder wasn’t happy about photos… he just wanted candy y’all.
My husband said I wouldn’t be recognizable, but the people whose kids watched Paw Patrol knew who I was!