Halloween was my favorite holiday when I was little! This collection of 20 DIY kids Halloween costumes are so cute, you’ll just have to make one.
I particularly love the costumes that incorporate felt or hoodies because those materials are inexpensive and easy to find.
But I’ll let you decide your favorite. I’ve put together a collection of 20 DIY kids Halloween costumes for you to enjoy. What are your children going to be this Halloween?
Kids Halloween Costumes
Sew a simple children’s balloon dress to make this precious berry costume.
The ingredients for this costume come from the thrift store and craft store – and all of it on a budget.
Whether your little loves the movie “Frozen” or not, this snowman costume is super cute.
The most awesome part of this costume is that it was made from a men’s thrift store sweater.
Can you believe this cotton candy is pillow fill? How fun!
David Bowie in Labyrinth
It’s all about getting the right outfit and then adding a crazy hair wig to make your child the Goblin King. This is one of my favorite kids Halloween costumes of all time!
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A plaid shirt, pants and overalls are a good base for this constume – then you just have to make the hat and beard.
This ingenious costume uses bowls to hold the gumballs.
It takes awhile to make this costume with pajamas and felt, but the awesome results are worth it.
Sushi and Soy Sauce
These baby sushi costumes are perfect for twins. Now which one is going to be soy sauce?
You’ll need several colors of felt for this costume, but making the cape is easy.
If you love Star Wars and forest creatures, this costume is perfect for you.
This My Little Pony costume is darling, and can be worn any time of year just for fun..
This blog post has an entire collection of Star Wars costumes you’ll love. I think my favorite part is R2D2’s hat, made from a silver bowl.
Turn a plain box into a Lego for an easy and budget friendly costume.
You’ll have to do some sewing to make this Despicable Me character, but I’ve never seen a cuter minion.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
All hail my favorite Starbucks drink. Though there are no instructions for this costume, it was too amazing not to share!
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I think the best part of the costume, besides the nude leotard, is the hair. If your child doesn’t have hair that you can mold like this, use a wig.
This costume is amazingly easy to put together – with thrift store materials and spray paint.
If you loved Where’s Waldo? when you were younger like I did, now you can recreate the look with a crocheted hat.