I recently attended a Hundred Acre Wood picnic and wanted to have a little fun dressing up. I decided to do some Piglet Disney Bounding. Our picnic was a Friendsgiving celebration for the release of Christopher Robin on Bluray. It was held at the beautiful Los Angeles Arboretum.
Read more about the Friendsgiving picnic and my interview with Jim Cummings.
For this Piglet Disney Bounding outfit, I wanted to keep it simple. I decided to do a little DIY and picked up a white tee at Target.
Piglet Disney Bounding Silhouette Template
I love the Mickey shaped balloons at Disney Parks. There isn’t a time that I visit that I don’t take photos of them. I even have a Disney tee that has a design of the Mickey balloons. So it was only fitting that I placed a Mickey balloon in Piglet’s hand while skipping happily.
In your Silhouette or Cricuit software, trace this image and cut on heat transfer vinyl. I used the pink foil vinyl but you can use any heat transfer vinyl that is pink. I traced all lines and after I cut the vinyl I weed out Piglet’s eyes, mouth, the bottom of the foot and larger stomach stripes.
When creating this Piglet Disney Bounding outfit I knew I wanted to wear a vintage style A-line skirt. I found this Piglet pink skirt on Amazon for super cheap! It is a little longer on me than I would have liked but not enough for me to go get it hemmed. They offer this skirt in several colors and patterns – there is even a Pooh color. I’m barely 5′ and I purchased the size small. It has an elastic waist with a zipper in the back.
The best part of this skirt is the fact it has pockets!
I wore my gray and white TOMS wedges and a pair of pink earrings. This outfit was perfect for our Hundred Acre Wood picnic for our Friendsgiving event.
We even got to meet the real Winnie the Pooh and friends from Christopher Robin.
Do you wear themed Disney Bounding outfits when you visit Disney or Disney events?
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