What if you don’t want to spend a fortune on a costume that you will only wear once? Or maybe you’re looking for a unique costume that no one else will have. Fear not! There are plenty of DIY Halloween costumes that you can make yourself with items you probably already have in your home.
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I am going to be honest and say that more often than not I am buying their costumes because I just don’t have the skills to make them. Plus they usually can’t decide on a costume choice until the last minute.
This year little guy wants to be Michelangelo from the Ninja Turtles which lead to me making him a cute hat. My oldest wants to be Black Widow (thank you The Avengers movie) and my middle daughter wants to be Gamora (thank you Guardian of the Galaxy). I just need to dress my girls in black and they are ready to go. They’ll be wearing reflectors and glow sticks as well as be with my husband and I, all safe.
DIY Halloween Costumes
Halloween is a time for costumes, tricks, and treats. But what if you don't want to spend a fortune on a costume that you will only wear once? Or maybe you're looking for a unique costume that no one else will have. Fear not! There are plenty of DIY (Do It Yourself) Halloween costumes that you can make yourself with items you probably already have in your home.
Looking for an affordable, fun Halloween costume for your kids? Look no further! I’ll show you how to take some thrifted finds and turn them into an amazing Jack Sparrow costume. Trust me, your kids will love this DIY pirate costume.
Do you have a Star Wars fan in your house? Then they have probably informed you they will be using the force to conquer Trick or Treat this year. Check out these DIY Star Wars Costumes (to save the galaxy and your budget).
This DIY Mary Poppins costume will be the hit of your Halloween party. It’s easy to go to the local costume store or party store and buy a “pre-packaged” costume, but it’s definitely not the best option.
Dr. Seuss Day is March 2. In many schools, kiddos are encouraged to dress up like their fave Dr. Seuss characters. So I thought is was a great time to post the DIY Cat in the Hat and Thing 1 and Thing 2 Costumes I made a few Halloweens ago.
This time we’re sharing one of our childhood favorites with this DIY Carmen Sandiego costume!! Everyone will be asking Where In the World You Are and will want to track you down in your amazing-looking costume!
This easy Dr. Seuss Costume idea comes from The Sneetches (you know, “Star-bellied Sneetches had stars upon thars”) and is perfect for a single costume or for two people or even a family or group costume.
The thrift store is a perfect place to pick up bits and pieces for a Halloween costume. This year my son wanted to be a cowboy. It all started with a hat that he just had to have. Then I worked on the rest of the pieces over a few months.
See how to make a DIY scarecrow costume in no time and with thrift store finds! It is SO easy to make, and it’s perfect for toddlers, kids, and adults! It’s a great Halloween costume and is also perfect for any production of The Wizard of Oz!
Make these sparkly butterfly or fairy wings for your Halloween costume this year!
Amazon Prime Moms!
Do your kids know what they want to dress up as for Halloween? My kids, thankfully, have decided already which makes it super easy to DIY Halloween costumes this year. Are you the kind of parent that goes all out making your kids Halloween costumes or more of the Amazon Prime type? Just make sure the, either way, you keep safety in mind.