Looking for some ideas for creative homemade kids Halloween costumes? Look no further! This list is some of my all time favorites. They are fun, easy to make and one of a kind!
Going out to buy costumes for the kids in a store can add up quickly. The costumes, accessories and makeup combined can be a budget breaker especially when you are a family of multiple kids.
I love to get my creative juices flowing come Halloween time. There are so many fun crafts, activities and even costumes that you can make right at home.
Even more of a perk? There will never be more than one of the exact same roaming the streets to collect goodies. Making it homemade means its original to you!
You can really get creative and save a ton of money. Halloween doesn’t have to cause you to go broke. It is supposed to be a fun holiday!
Lets be honest…there are other holidays right around the corner that are much more costly.
Start saving up now by making your own costumes at home this year!
Creative Homemade Kids Halloween Costumes
Crazy Cat Lady
You might have all the supplies needed for this crazy cat lady by Crafty Morning already sitting around. It is a really easy costume to throw together last minute and will keep your kiddo warm to boot. I know for us here in New England a warm costume is always a huge plus come Halloween night.
Grab a couple of empty two liter bottles and some other supplies and you can whip up a costume that is sure to make a splash at the costume party! Easy, comfortable and cute costume by Delineate Your Dwelling.
Monarch Butterfly Costume
This costume is not only stunning it requires little materials. If you have a butterfly lover at home flutter into this costume by Buggy and Buddy.
Statue of Liberty
You can be sure to stand tall in this costume! With only a handful or less of materials you will have one powerful and creative costume made. Check it out on Sewing Rabbit.
This costume is perfect for the lego lover in your family. Lovely Indeed has all of the steps to build a block costume yourself! You could easily turn the entire family into a lego kit!
Flower Pot Costume
What else is more sweet than your baby right in the middle of a bucket of flowers? Not much. Dukes & Duchesses has the how to on making this bright and beautiful flower pot costume! Not very costly but not lacking the sweetness either.
This gumball machine costume by Simply Rebekah might cost you more than 0.25 cents but it’ll be worth it! With a little POP in color this costume is sure to turn heads.
Costume Works doesn’t waste any time in making your cutie extra colorful this Halloween. Grab up a bundle of felt and you should be ready to go!
Your little will have to pick up the extra weight with this strongman costume by Oh Happy Day but that’s ok….we will put in the heavy lifting and leave these instructions here for you to follow to get this super strong and cool costume!
If you are thinking about getting creative all together as a family unit I just might have the perfect idea for you.
Yes all still homemade and DIY but lets go for a theme that suits you all…..Check these out!
- Mario Kart Family Costumes by Girl Loves Glam
- The Wizard of Oz by The Craft Patch Blog
- Iconic Dumb & Dumber by Cherrington Chatter
- Donut Shop by Pink Pistachio
Have the best time getting crafty and then going out to show it off! It is so rewarding to make your own costumes and it will give the kids memories to last a lifetime.
Happy spooky season!!!
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Love, light and a little grace…
Olivia Whalen is mama to three young girls who is devoted to creative learning, exploration and free range imagination. Olivia enjoys thinking outside of the box when it comes to preparing homemade baby food or meals for her family. She most enjoys allowing the little minds in her life to flourish and with that you will see her write about creative kid crafts, recipes that fit a family budget and keep everyone asking for more, tips and tricks for a tiny babe, and beginner homesteader fun! Some of her hobbies include gardening, hiking, reading, cooking or just basking in motherhood.