11 Clever DIY Halloween Costume Ideas from Around the Web
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I love, love, LOVE Halloween, but I have a hard time forking over big bucks for a costume that my kiddos are only going to wear for ONE night! I just love finding clever DIY costume ideas that are easy on the wallet and fun. With that said, I browsed the web for some of the best and most creative DIY costume ideas. Here are TEN of my favs…
1. Baby Gumball Machine
Oh my word, how CUTE is this little Gumball Machine Costume idea?!
2. Mama Gumball Machine
This clever Mama Gumball Machine Costume would be extra cute paired with that baby gumball machine!
This Wind-Up Doll Costume is SO CLEVER, and SUPER EASY!
4. A Fart
This Fart Costume is hilarious!!! 😂 Love it!
5. Cotton Candy
This Cotton Candy Costume is so stinkin’ cute!
6. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
This Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Costume is insanely creative (yep, that’s a foil turkey pan!), yet SO EASY!
7. Handy Manny
My favorite thing about this adorable Handy Manny Costume is that you probably have most of these items on hand, but even if you don’t, you can feel good about buying them and knowing that your kiddo will be able to wear them all the time!
8. Old Lady Babies
I love these Old Lady Baby Costumes! I always said that my bald babies looked like little old people! Too cute!
9. Little Lamb
This precious Little Lamb Costume is crazy easy to make, simply using pom-poms or even cotton balls!
10. Rocket Man
The supplies needed for this Rocket Man Costume are not your everyday craft supplies, but you probably already have them on hand!
11. Cabbage Patch Kid Doll
On top of being super adorable, this Cabbage Patch Kids Costume is perfect for kids in strollers or wheelchairs! Love this idea!
Written by Danielle for Hip2Save. Danielle is a proud mom to 5 amazing kids in Utah, who lives for coffee and baking. She’s dedicated to balancing her own interests and passions, while encouraging her children to follow their own paths in life.