Some posts contain affiliate links. See my disclosure policy for more information!
Make this fun and easy dress up for your little Disney or Toy Story fan!
This is another fun dress-up idea as part of my Dollar Store Dress Up series! This outfit was inspired by Sheriff Woody and includes a vest, hat, bandana, and belt. My boys have had a ton of fun in these already. My youngest never wants to take them off! The greatest part of these dress ups is that they literally cost less than $5 to make for all of it. You can add extra accessories to them like guns, holsters, and spurs that are also found at Dollar Tree.
You can find more fun cowboy tutorials, and some other fun DIY dress up ideas, by visiting my Dollar Store Dress Up Series Page. All tutorials and links will be in one place. If you would like to download all of the tutorials for each piece, the pdf will soon be available in my DIY Dress Up Ebook, coming later in March. It will feature new tutorials I haven’t shared before, including how to make Buzz Lightyear retractable wings! Be sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter so you don’t miss it!
Here are the supplies you’ll need to create your own Sheriff Woody dress-up.
1 Cow Print Vest from Dollar Tree
1 Brown Cowboy Hat from Dollar Tree
1 package shoe laces from Dollar Tree (you will use the white)
1 yard rope trim (I found mine at Joann’s)
1 brown bead (also from Joann’s)
1 Red Bandana from Dollar Tree
1 yard brown faux leather
1 square yellow felt
Black Iron On Vinyl
Velcro pieces, front and back
First up, here is the tutorial for the vest. The pieces in this tutorial were for my Cowboy and Cowgirl Princess outfits. But they were all done similarly. Ignore the parts about adding the trim. Sheriff Woody didn’t have any on his vest.
This tutorial works for any of the cowboy hats I made, each having its own variations. Sheriff Woody’s hat is actually the exact same as this one, except it is brown. This red hat came from my Jessie hat tutorial. The hat was based off of a hat we got at Disneyland a couple of years ago that cost about $25. I made this for around $1.50. It only took about 30 minutes to complete. These hats are going to be perfect for our Toy Story birthday parties too!
Click Next to see the other tutorials!!