Homemade Halloween Costume Ideas For Girls And Kids: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? Don’t be. Get into the spirit with creative ideas that can pulled together with cupcake liners, coffee filets, and more household items. We know it’s tempting to just give up and head to the Halloween store for some packaged kid costumes, but just think about how unique your child’s outfit will be if you use one of these ideas as inspiration.
These Halloween costumes for kids range from easy to more advanced, so you can pick your favorite based on your skill level. All of these can be completed during some free time over the weekend, so you won’t have to plan too far in advance. 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. When Halloween comes around, they’ll be happy to have a totally unique costume
Homemade Halloween Costume Ideas For Girls And Kids
As you folks knows Halloween 2016 is coming in one month from now. Each body is occupied in arranging Halloween Costumes ideas her we have some of very best Halloween costumes ideas you can try at home.
Race Car Driver Costume
This kid costume looks intricate, but it’s actually very easy. You can probably get this one done during a free weekend afternoon. While your kid won’t be able to get behind the wheel for a few more years, they’ll get a kick out of this costume. If your little guy (or girl) is obsessed with cars and trucks, he’ll want to wear this one even past October 31. He’ll go from zero to race-ready in a jiffy by decorating an everyday tracksuit with a few strips of tape. Don’t forget to add the accessories like a matching hat, trophy, and checkered flag. Race car and pit crew optional.
Yellow Duckling Costume
Here’s an idea that’s sure to quack your little one up. Plus, in bright yellow, your child will really stand out in a crowd. A bunch of faux feathers and a pair of orange boots will have your lucky duckling ready to waddle around the hood. The hat with eyeballs and a bill are made from a baseball cap, feathers, and a ping pong ball. To really get into character, practice making duck sounds with them so they can show off when it’s time to go trick-or-treating. The outfit is also a plus because it features long sleeves and long pants so it’s perfect for a chilly Halloween night.
The doc is in. And he’ll be mending and repairing the stuffed animals, bath toys, and robots. Getting dressed for surgery requires an oversized button-down shirt (save a few bucks and borrow an older sibling’s), shower cap, and kid scrubs. Every doctor needs a stethoscope, too. Instead of buying one at the store, create one with headphones (sans cord), a cable sleeve, and black bottle cap. And since doctors have to be on their feet all day and wear comfortable shoes, he can just put on his favorite sneakers when it’s time to go outside.
Bag of Jelly Beans
This bag of jelly beans costume must be the sweetest one of the bunch!
What you need to do: Get a clear trash bag, cut holes for your arms and legs to fit through. Print the nutritional facts on the back of the costume, just like what you see on the backs of candy bags. Fill up the bag with colored balloons for the jellybeans, and tie up the trash bag near your neck with a ribbon.
Embrace the nerd in you with a geeky homemade costume.
What you need to do: Wear a pair of glasses and stick a bandage in the middle to heighten the geek effect. Wear suspenders if you have them, or pull your pants or skirt up high and tuck your shirt into into it. Remember to wear dowdy and very unsexy clothes. Putting pens and a calculator in your shirt pockets helps as well. Carry around several academic books.
The mummy is a pretty unsexy costume but a fun one to make.
What you need to do: All you need to do is put on white clothes and roll some toilet paper around you. Add some ketchup or red food coloring for a gory effect.
The mime costume is for you if you want to give your voice a break for the night and want to express yourself through your actions.
What you need to do: Get some cheap white face paint, and paint your face with it. Wear black clothes or a striped white and black top if you have one. White gloves will complete the outfit, but they aren’t necessary.
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