Looking for an EASY Halloween costume for your kiddos this year!? Check out these DIY costumes that are sweeter than candy!
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It’s here! It’s here! October is here and that means that we have just a few more weeks until Halloween!
I have been obsessed with Halloween ever since I was a child. I can’t really pinpoint what I love about it. Maybe it’s that you get to be whatever you want! Maybe it’s the rush from all things scary! Whatever it is, I can’t get enough of it!
Enter my children…
This is my daughter’s first Halloween, but my son is a seasoned pro with three under his belt. 😉
Here are pictures from his first and second year!
I didn’t DIY his costume last year. Call me a slacker, but I was about 9 months pregnant! I didn’t even get a good picture of the poor guy. The family picture on my iphone is the best I’ve got from last year!
I am currently DIY-ing my daughter’s costume. It’s pretty simple, but you know how simple things go! I got my inspiration from the napkins that I bought for her upcoming first birthday. (sobbing sounds!!!) I’ll be revealing it soon! (Update: I’ve finished my daughter’s costume! Click HERE to see the reveal!)
(I’ll talk more about the theme for my daughter’s first birthday in another post, so be sure to check back! Click HERE to see all of the adorable paper plates I’ve found while deciding on a theme for her party!)
For all of you DIY-ers out there, newbies or seasoned veterans, I’m sure you’ve gotten the itch to start on your costumes for Halloween! Heck some of you are probably finished!
However, if you are like me, things always take longer than expected and finding the time to complete a project is like finding a needle in a haystack! That’s why I’m sharing these easy DIY Halloween costumes that are too cute for words!
These costumes are silly, sweet, and make me happy! I love Halloween, but there is a time and place for guts and gore, so lets let the kiddos stay kiddos and be creative with some clever and classy DIY costumes!
20 Easy, Clever, and Classy DIY Costumes for the Kiddos
This donut costume from Sugar Bee Crafts is scrumptious and even better, it’s NO SEW!
This little guy from Little Peanut Mag is the sweetest looking lumberjack I’ve every seen!
A unicorn may be hard to find, but the materials used to make this costume are right at your fingertips! Find out what is needed at Craftaholics Anonymous!
Everyone will be green with envy when your little one shows up in this Army Man costume from Wild Ink Press!
This might be one of my favorite costumes of all time! At Delia Creates, you can find the instructions to make this sweet tiny pineapple!
What’s better than one emoji!? A family of emojis! You can check out how they created their customized emojis at Hello Wonderful.
Only 25 cents for this cutie pie! Here’s one adorable variation of the gumball machine costume from Christina Williams.
What a clever idea from Style Me Pretty! My son loves animals and this would give him an excuse to carry around as many stuffed animals as possible!
Without any words, this mime getup from See Jane Blog, says classic Halloween costume!
How easy would this Pencil costume be to recreate from Today’s Parent!? This kids is too cool for school!
Here is a fresh take on the traditional clown costume from Mer Mag Blog! Those polka dot pjs are too much!
You are sure to be caught in this web of cuteness, from Pretty Plain Janes! Check out her brother below!
This guy gets a high-eight for cutest spider! See how to make his costume and his sister’s at Pretty Plain Janes.
Boas are a girl’s best friend…or something like that! This flamingo costume from Style Me Pretty and the one below use pink boas to create charming pink flamingos for big girls and the littles!
Watch out for cuteness overload in this picture of the fluffiest pink flamingo costume by Attention to Darling!
This DIY costume ain’t gnome joke from Today’s Parent! Oh come on. At least give me a chuckle.
Who would think to use duct tape for a DIY costume!? Well, Scholastic did for this zebra costume!
I don’t know if these two will scare anything away with their precious little faces, but you can see how to make these sweet scarecrow costumes on Designer Trapped!
You can’t go wrong with a charming little ghost for a Halloween costume. I’m so loving the layers and layers of tulle seen in this ghost made by In the Next 30 Days!
You’ll want to slow down to take a look at this sweet little snail costume from Oh Happy Day!
Hopefully you have been inspired to go out and get started on your DIY costumes!
However, even those of us who are avid DIY-ers sometimes bite off more than we can chew or need a little break! Ahem…like me last year.
If you don’t have time to make your kiddos a costume this year, check out these reasonably priced and just as sweet costumes below!
Don’t have time to DIY? Check out these Adorable Costumes!
Those babies!!! I can’t even deal with their cuteness. We’ll end the costumes with a cherry on top!
What are your kids being this year!? Do you dress up? What are you being!?
Looking for even more options for inexpensive and adorable costumes that you can buy online? Click HERE to see my post on crazy cute and affordable costumes!
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