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I know, a little late...The scene was all set and my sims are celebrating now, so, everybody had to gather for the pic...and well...yes, these were meant to be done for Christmas :P
I ran into some problems and ended up redoing the whole lot...for the hundredth time...and didn't make it in time...but, finally...
Here are some cosy jumpsuit pyjamas for kids. And guess what, after working so hard and having so much trouble with these, and thinking I'd made something new...I got "Get Together" for Christmas and discovered EA had made something similar...of course!... :P
Well, in case you are in need of more of such sleepwear anyway...
Available for both boys and girls, they come in 12 different patterns to hopefully suit your sims tastes.
The cute pink pattern was made by Purplepaws and the others are from Sims 3, Spoonflower or Freepik.
Made with the mesh of the skeleton jumpsuit that came with Spooky Stuff, so you'll need that pack for these to show up in your game, but I edited the specular and bump maps to completely remove the skeleton, so the pjs appear separately in your catalogue. I wanted them to look warm and cosy so the bump map has a fluffy texture as well. It's more obvious on the lighter colours, so I made it stronger since more of the colours are darker. Let me know what you think.
They are not set as costumes and although none of my sims came to a spooky party wearing one when I tested, I disabled them for random too, just in case.
These can be found in the full body section under jumpsuits as sleepwear. The different colours can be found with the search options and the material they use is wool.
Hope you like 'em!
Special thanks to Purplepaws for letting me use her lovely Sims 3 pattern and to Plasticbox for helping me with my packaging issues and all the helpful tips!
Made with Sims4Studio and S4CASTools
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