If you feel like Halloween totally snuck up on you this year, you’re not alone! It may be the last day of the month, but remembering to coordinate costumes for everyone, pick up candy and decorations, and buy pumpkins for carving can feel like a lot on top of your already-full plate. If you’re struggling to find everything you need before the big night, take a look at these DIY Halloween costumes for kids. You might just have everything you need to throw together a costume they will love, and you can guarantee it will be more unique than a store-bought one!
- It’s Corn! As we all know now, there’s nothing more beautiful than corn. After all, it’s got the juice! Be on trend with this DIY corn costume.
- Cowboy and Horse Costume – Your little cowboy or cowgirl will love riding through the night on their own (cardboard) horse with this DIY costume.
- Haunted Gingerbread House Costume – This unique costume will definitely win some points for creativity. The best part is it requires very few materials and you can make it your own!
- White Swan Ballerina Costume – This easy DIY will make your ballet-loving child’s dreams come true!
- Hot-Air Balloon Costume – Whether you’re a big fan of the movie Up or you just love hot-air balloons, this is a super cute and fun, creative costume that will let your child stand out in the crowd!
- Lego Costume – With glossy spray paint and round boxes, construct a building block costume that can’t be beat.
- Flower Pot Costume – This super cute DIY costume is perfect for the little nature lover in your family.
- Where the Wild Things Are Costume – This no-sew DIY costume will definitely make you want to eat-them-up, you love them so!
- Lemon Lime Costume – This super simple, no-sew DIY costume is great for any duo!
- Where’s Waldo Costume – If you can crochet, this DIY Waldo hat and costume is a super creative idea! You may have trouble finding your kiddo in the crowd though…
- Baby Gumball Machine Costume – A baby gumball machine costume… what more needs to be said? This DIY costume is as sweet as your baby.
Are you making your own costumes this year? Share your ideas with us!