Halloween and fall festivals are right around the corner. Costumes are so fun, but they can get expensive fast. Here are 20 of our favorite DIY kids costumes for this fall season.
Coordinating costumes can be so fun! However, they only last for so long. Pretty Plain Janes created these cute spider and spider web costumes for her children (plus, the tutorial is amazing).
This costume is just too much! I don’t think anyone besides a cute little girl could get away with this one. Check out hello, Wonderful for all the details on this Cotton Candy costume.
My Modern Met shares some great tips on how to transform your little guy (or girl) into a regal knight.
Doc McStuffins is such an adorable costume. Bonus, you might even have everything you need for this costume already! Green and Gorgeous made one quick trip to Walmart to complete this look.
Speaking of easy costumes, here’s another one! DIY Danielle decided to make this costume for her son who isn’t a huge fan of the whole costume thing. Great compromise!
This costume is a cute one, and also looks incredibly comfortable! Head over to April Golightly for all the details (plus some free printables)!
Dr. Seuss will always be a classic. Homemade for Elle made this easy (and I mean EASY) costume that will only take a few minutes to whip together.
A Mad Scientist costume with an easy badge? Rays of Bliss did a great job on this fun look!
Here’s another costume you may be able to create from things at home. This Magic Man look by DIY Candy might be one of the easiest costume ideas we’ve come across.
A tiny little chicken, what could be cuter?! Lovely Morning shares all the details for this cute look over on her blog.
Homemakers Habitat created this cute little costume with the help of her kids. What a fun idea!
Lots of little boys love Star Wars (and girls too), here is a fun Luke Skywalker costume from More Than Thursdays.
Do you have an extra mens t-shirt laying around? Then you have just about everything you need for a witch costume! Dazzle While Frazzled created this cute costume using less than four items.
Birds that are similar to this have been popular for a few years now. But most of the time, popular means expensive. Here is a cute look alike made by The Home I Create to save you a few dollars.
Is your child requesting a truly unique costume this year? Look no further! This DIY Octopus from Giggles Galore is the answer to all your searching.
This costume took less than 2 hours to finish, and that’s including dry time! Design Dazzle has all the details over on her blog.
Buzz Lightyear looks like an impressive costume that took lots of effort to put together. But, you don’t even have to like sewing to create this one! Fun at Home With Kids also includes lots of helpful pictures to make this costume creation a breeze.
A bull in a china shop?! This is the perfect costume for a toddler (especially one that doesn’t have an opinion on what they dress as). Merriment Design decided that this costume was perfect for her rambunctious 2-year-old.
Every little boy seems to go through a Thomas the Train stage. If you have a tiny fan in your home, this is perfect! Little Red Window did all the hard work for you, so you don’t need to put in unnecessary work to create this costume.
Rainbow Unicorn, how cute! This costume is perfect for your little girl, especially if she already has a ballet leotard. Check out the excellent tutorial over on Shwin and Shwin.
Have you created a cute halloween costume for your child (or yourself)? We’d love to see it!
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