Halloween is only a few days away, did you get yourself a Halloween costume for this day? In order to avoid being the party popper, it’s not just your kids that will be in full Halloween regalia – you, the parents should dress for the occasion too! Don’t worry! You don’t have to blow your budget just to come up with the perfect outfit. I have gathered a list of DIY costumes for Halloween that you can make this year. All you have to do is pick the one that you like best, get to work, and wear it!
You can convert your leotard into a piñata with the help of crepe papers, scissors and glue. Simple and fast! Perfect for last-minute Halloween costume!
If you’re not up to wearing a full Halloween costume then, create this gorgeous mask that you can wear with a black outfit. It would still give a Halloween vibe when you go Trick or Treating with your kids or attend a masquerade party.
If you and your partner have nothing to wear yet, you can try these DIY costumes for couple this Halloween. You can make use of things that are already in your wardrobe and throw them together to create this bandits look.
When you want to be the coolest mom this Halloween, you can make a pair of steampunk goggles for you and your family to wear. The kids can design their finished goggles with glitters, paint or stickers if they want to.
A black hoodie and a black umbrella can be turned into this awesome bat costume. You just need to have the necessary tools and supplies to make this Halloween costume.
Green, red or purple – you can turn into a bunch of grapes by sticking balloons all over your sweat shirt and pants.
If you don’t want to be another ghost, zombie, witch or vampire this Halloween, then, be a living and breathing rag doll instead! This Halloween costume is ideal for mother and daughter. But, if you don’t have a daughter, it will still work for you.
Be the glamorous pineapple with the help of toilet paper and green poster board. A yellow or orange dress would look perfect with the head dress!
So, have you chosen your Halloween costume among the DIY costumes I have listed? Then…get to work and have a happy Halloween!