One of Children’s favorite Holidays is Halloween. And, what’s not to like?
There is candy, decorations, walking around the neighborhood at night, and of
course….. getting dressed up. But, what always happens is that the child lands
up wearing a costume that many other children are wearing as well. After all
…. all the stores seem to sell the same costumes. Plus, buying a costume for
all the children can get VERY expensive. If they are anything like my kids they
want a different costume EVERY year.
Make the costumes yourself this year. It doesn’t have to be terribly difficult.
Many of these crafty Halloween creations are quite simple to make.
Below I have listed quite a few creative Homemade Halloween Costume
for Kids. They are not only super duper cute, but they don’t seem that
difficult to create.
Homemade Halloween Costumes for Kids
Little Bearded Gnome
This is such a cute costume. The gnomes in my neighbors yards are more than
annoying. But, seeing this little one dressed in a garden
gnome costume makes me giggle.
Skunk Halloween Costume
I’m not sure what is cuter? Is it the baby or the costume? But, truthfully….
what child wouldn’t look totally cute in this skunk
costume. A skunk has never looked so sweet.
Using some clever items from around your house you can make this totally
costume for your child. How excited will your child be to wear this
Weather Gal Costume
This is my favorite Halloween costume out of all of the costumes I chose for
this post. This is a Weather
Gal Costume and it is so creative!! Using items such as a balloon and a
cardboard box you can creative this weather gal look for your child.
I don’t know about you, but when I was growing up my sister and I spent hours
almost every day building things with our lego. Our imaginations just didn’t
quit when it came to Lego’s. Check out this homemade
Lego’s Costume. There are excellent directions so you can make this for
your child as well.
You can make your little boy into a strong Knight simply with a margarine tub,
milk jug, grocery bag and some other items you can find around the house. Not
only will your son be thrilled to be a Knight for Halloween, but you can also
feel joy in knowing you made this Knight
costume for him. How cool is that?!
Cell Phone Costume
This is such a creative homemade costume. And, you know what?!….. there isn’t
even sewing needed with this Halloween costume. It’s true. You can make this
phone costume with some things around your house like plastic containers,
a box, paint, glitter and a few other items. It’s so creative!!
Hawaii snow globe costume
This is one of the most creative Halloween Costumes for Kids I have ever seen.
It’s a Hawaii Snow Globe Costume and it was totally homemade. Check out how
this one mother made this Homemade
Hawaii Snow Globe Costume.
Not only is this Homemade Halloween Costume very festive for the Halloween Season,
but it just might be the easiest Homemade Halloween Costume EVER!! With some
materials such as cloth, scissors, glue and eyeliner you too can make this Mummy
Costume!! It doesn’t get much easier than that.
|Little Tinker Bell Costume
Even your tiniest of tiny children can get into the Halloween spirit with
a homemade costume. Check out how this one mother used some crafty items
such as fabric, glitter and cardboard to make her 7 month old into Tinker
Bell for the Trick-or-Treat Season.
Homemade Sushi Costumes
Here is yet another totally creative homemade costume made by one mother. I
would have never thought of dressing my child as a sushi, but after seeing this
costume and how easy it sounds to make I just might consider it. She made this
costume using such items as foam they use for cushions, packing peanuts,
and vinyl. What a great costume!!
Easy Homemade Halloween Costumes
Sonja Marks from CookieMag gives us some creative and easy ideas on how to put
together costumes using items we already have around the house. Its a great
way to save money and to insure that your child’s costume won’t match that of
others. She comes up with homemade
creative costumes such as Colonel Sanders and a Bucket of Chicken, Sherlock
Holmes and Dr. Watson, Curious George, and a bunch of others.
This has got to be the cutest Lamb I ever did see!! And, you know what is so
cool about it?! You can recreate it yourself. Using some crafty items you can
make your little one a homemade Lamb
Costume for Halloween.
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