Monday, October 1, 2012

50 DIY Halloween Costume Ideas

If you are anything like me, you walk around aimlessly in the party stores year after year looking for the perfect costume for your little monster. When you finally find one that will do, you look down at the price tag and GASP. Two little pieces of fabric barely sewn together, a little mask held together by string
 and a couple of staples = $50.  Yep, we think that's fair. 
Well, I've got news for ya! You could probably make the same thing or something EVEN cuter at home with everyday household items and a whole lot less money. So it will take a little time to piece it all together, but that's the fun of Halloween isn't it?  You and your little goblin can do this together!  Start a new tradition!
Here ya go: 
50 DIY Halloween Costume Ideas

BumbleBee

 Animals of the WILD Kingdom

Boxer

Homeless Little Guy

Little Chicken

Construction Worker

Cowboy

Dwight (from the Office)

Little Flowers

Garden Gnome

Handy Manny

Hawaiian Hula Dancers

Little Lambs

Mad Scientist

Magician

Nacho Libre

Little Pirate

Popeye The Sailor

Raining Cats and Dogs

Scuba Diver
 Shark

Toddler Superhero

Toadstool

Mini Golf Pro

Lady Bug

Mermaid

Mime

Minions

Oompah Loompah

Bowl of Spaghetti

Cat & The Hat

Clark Kent (Superman)

UPS Delivery Man

Where's Waldo?

Wall-E
Sweet Little Piglet 

Super Mario Brothers 

Biggest Loser

Baby Sumo Wrestler

Colonel Sanders

On Safari

Planet/Solar System

Beetlejuice

Pinata

Cruella DeVille

Mr. T

Napoleon Dynamite

I hope these ideas come in handy or trigger your creativity to come up with your very own!
Happy Halloween to YOU and here's to making lots and lots of memories with our little monsters!

If you need any MORE ideas, check out last year's post

*Most of these photos I found on Pinterest, Google, or Babble.  Mad thanks to them for all the awesome ideas.  I could never have come up with this list by myself!

3 comments:

  1. The Biggest Loser is too cute! If I had a fat baby I'd totally do it!

    I made Daniel Super Why! And Amelia a tutu black cat costume this year :)

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  2. These are so cute! Love the homeless guy lol.

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  3. These Halloween party costume ideas are just marvellous. Have done a similar thing this year as planned a party at home for my nephew who recently enrolled in one of Phoenix preschool and his preschool friends were also there. Every kid enjoyed party a lot!

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