24 Homemade Halloween Costumes for Kids

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Glue a few of those feathers to the baseball cap. You can even sweeten the deal by bringing them with you when you buy the materials so they have a part in creating the disguise. Think strawberry season is long gone? This Halloween let your kids feel invincible by having them create their own superheroes.

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Raining Cats and Dogs Costume All you need is: a child-size clear umbrella, black sticky felt (like Presto felt), black poster board, fabric pencil, gray thread, a needle. Drips are for kids! This clever idea is .

Talk about the perfect storm! Your little Jack or Jacqueline Frost will leave family and friends spellbound. And, as with the rest of our costumes, all the supplies can be easily found at any big arts and crafts store. Learn how to make this Halloween costume! Rainbow Connection Costume All you need is: Your girly-girl is the treasure at the end of the rainbow in this smashing and sweet costume.

Use your imagination when picking out hues—ours are just a suggestion. Weather Gal Costume All you need is: Got a budding scientist at home?

She'll feel sky-high trick-or-treating as a meteorologist, complete with her own weather balloon! Here Comes the Sun Costume All you need is: She's the sunshine of your life, so show the world! A basic sweatshirt is the start of this cheery costume. The smiling face of the sun is made from felt. A plain long-sleeve tee and yellow kneesocks or tights finish it off! Raining Cats and Dogs Costume All you need is: Drips are for kids! This clever idea is sure to be a hit in your neighborhood.

Pair the decorated umbrella with the raincoat and rain boots your child already owns and she'll be set to have a blast in any weather.

Fluffly Blue Cloud Costume All you need is: This is a heaven-sent get-up for a boy or a girl. The fluffy effect of the cloud is surprisingly easy to achieve with batting. Lightning Bolt Costume All you need is: For the wild child whose energy seems to be heaven-sent, what better choice than a bright bolt?

He'll be sure to electrify the entire neighborhood! Twister Costume All you need is: One Cool Cat No cat will be cooler than yours on the trick-or-treat circuit. Little Devil Your little trickster will be quite a treat in this great devil costume. Then glue feathers to the tutu in a fan pattern. What You Need Red crewneck sweatshirt and pants Red hat Hot glue gun Scissors Black marker Cupcake liners in assorted colors red, orange, yellow, blue, green, blue purple Ping Pong ball.

Open and flatten cupcake liners. Starting from the bottom, glue cupcake liners to the sweatshirt. Begin with a row of purple, then work your way through the rainbow. Cut ping pong ball in half and add eyes with the black marker. Make sure to leave a little white on the ends. Glue eyes to red cap; set aside to dry. Fold four red cupcake liners in half and glue a pair next to each ball.

Cut slits in Post-it notes every inches using fringe scissors or regular scissors. Open 2 mini cupcake liners and staple in the center. Cover the staple with a gold dot sticker.

Glue to the top of the dress as decoration. Glue 1 fringed Post it and flattened mini cupcake liner to the headband.

Make Fishing Pole 1. Cut hole in center of toilet paper roll and stick dowel through the hole. Glue ribbon to the top center of the dowel leave extra ribbon hanging like a fishing pole. Wrap the remaining ribbon around the toilet paper roll and tape it down. Cut marabou and glue to the body of the hooded sweatshirt.

Leave the sleeves bare. Alternate between white and black to create stripes. Glue yellow baseball cap to the inside of the hooded sweatshirt. Only the bill of the cap should be exposed. Glue Polyester Fiber to the front of the white sweatshirt. Glue Polyester Fiber to the front of the cap. Cut aluminum tape in the shape of lightning bolts.

Glue lightning bolts to pants. Cut and glue ribbon to the shirt and pants. Cut and glue strips of ribbon for the spine, ribs, arm, and leg bones. Attach streamers to the cuffs of the pants and top.

Fold the cupcake liners in half and glue cupcake liners along the sleeves in a line. Cut the bottom half of the shirt off. It should look like half a shirt. Attach dot stickers to string and tape to the inside of the jacket so they dangle in the front.

Using the gold tape and gold dot stickers, embellish the waist of the jumper, bottom of legs, and top of the jumper. Cut the top portion of the gold party hat leaving just the bottom. Tape two scarves to the inside of the party hat. Letting the scarves dangle down from the back of the party hat. Real Simple may receive compensation when you click through and purchase from links contained on this website. Close View all gallery. October 31 seems to creep up on us every single year.

Still set on treating Junior to that one-of-a-kind disguise? Frightened by the idea of making your own costume from scratch? Get into the spirit with creative ideas that can pulled together with cupcake liners, coffee filets, and more household items. These Halloween costumes for kids range from easy to more advanced, so you can pick your favorite based on your skill level.

If your child is begging for a store-bought costume, there are plenty of options to get them to reconsider, including a race car driver, mermaid, aviator, and two kinds of peacock options. You can even sweeten the deal by bringing them with you when you buy the materials so they have a part in creating the disguise.

Strawberry Costume Think strawberry season is long gone? Wise Owl Costume Whooo needs a last-minute costume idea? Fairy Godmother Costume Once upon a time there was a mommy who wished a Halloween costume could be made with a wave of a wand. Vet Costume The doc is in. Flower Mary Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? Aviator Costume Prepare for takeoff. Love Bug Costume Hooray for the pink and red lady who just landed in the garden. Turquoise Peacock Costume Spotted on the front lawn: Cobalt Peacock Costume Here comes little miss magnificent with her vibrant blue feathers and her chipper disposition.

Rainbow Fish Costume One fish, two fish, red fish, rainbow fish! Flapper Costume A Roaring Twenties revival: Fisherman Costume This seafarer is sure to reel in compliments and candy! Jailbird Costume Of course, the kids will love this fun costume, but adults will get a kick out of the clever play on words. Skeleton Costume This is a sweet twist on a classic costume that requires a few frilly strands of ribbon to make those funny bones at home.

Sea Monster Costume Beware of the multicolored, three-eyed monster on the loose. Genie Costume Have a wish or two or three. Take the black tape and make a horizontal stripe across the middle of the jacket. Glue iron on patch to the top left front of the jacket. Cut ribbon to desired length of flag 2. Cut dowel to desired length. Glue ribbon to dowel. Glue a few of those feathers to the baseball cap. Cut and glue white felt to the front of the grey hoodie.

Cut round cardboard cake base into shark fin shape. Cover the cardboard with grey felt. Attach with glue to the back of the grey hoodie. Glue leaves to collar of the red shirt How To: Cover a small styrofoam ball in green felt. Then attach it on the end of the pipe cleaner. Glue a bow tie to the neck area of the hoodie with fabric glue 4. Hot glue feathers to the top of glasses for that sharp wise owl look. Fold cupcake liners in half. For the necklace, hot glue a starfish to a length of golden cord.

Create a sauce-like dripping by cutting the bottom of a pink tank top. For the marshmallow sauce, glue 1" lengths of cut pipe cleaner to the brown tutu with fabric glue 4. Decorate wings and leotard with star stickers. Cut down the oversized t-shirt by trimming around the bottom and cutting the sleeves.

Paint bottle cap and headphones black. Set aside to dry. Glue bottle cap to the other end of the cable sleeve. Cut pink felt in the shape of flower petals.

Cut and glue green pipe cleaners to the underside of each petal. Cut yellow felt into small petals this will become the center of a flower. Pinterest Facebook Twitter Email. Watercolor Paint Tray The narrow tray with ovals of watercolor paint is a part of growing up. Turn this classic childhood toy into a colorful costume. Top it off with a handmade French-inspired beret and a jumbo paintbrush made from a pool noodle.

Design by Kathy Beymer. Drop some sweet beats this Halloween in this punny costume. Design by Sam Henderson. Every parent, at one time or another has thought their child was like a bull in a china shop.

Turn this timeless expression into an adorable Halloween costume. Make a standard tutu skirt very easy long enough to serve as a dress. Add a halter ribbon, a set of wings, adorn it with a floral belt and a pretty halo.

Design by Jess Abbott. They're standing in front of retail stores everywhere, now you can be one for Halloween with this no-sew costume. Design by Nick Britsky. See how to turn a child's nylon tunnel into a wacky waving tube man. Using some felt and ribbon, you can easily turn any pair of green jammies into a quick flower costume that your kids will love.

This sewing craft is perfect for the beginner seamstress. Nobody wants to make a party foul, but you can easily be one for Halloween. This Halloween let your kids feel invincible by having them create their own superheroes. Let them dream up their own super powers and help design an emblem for their costume. Design by Simple Simon. This pun-filled, last-minute Halloween costume that will take about a half-hour to make and won't cost more than a few dollars.

To make this scrumptious costume, a laundry basket cone was topped off with a paper-mache scoop then sprinkled with multicolored plastic balls. Add a little chiffon and a cherry-red hat on top.

Design by Manvi Drona. This is the perfect costume for a school or book club party.

Halloween Costumes and Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids and Adults. Everyday low prices, pick up discount on eligible items and free shipping on all orders over $ Halloween supplies, decor, materials and accessories to create the perfect Halloween costume and Halloween costume or themed party! Find The Best Kids Costumes Online. Our kids Halloween costumes are exactly the same as the ones you'll find on retail sites and department stores. We have the hottest licensed characters like Disney, Barbie, Ironman, Super Mario Brothers, Spider-Man, Batman and so many others. Product Features Look for Five Nights at Freddy's costumes in child and adult sizes.