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Fabulous Homemade Halloween Costumes

Fabulous Homemade Halloween Costumes

Halloween is the time of year when you can dress up as just about anything you want to be. While store-bought costumes certainly offer convenience, a costume made at home is more fun, often more affordable, and can look just as good if not better.  You probably have the components of a great costume in your house right now—take a look at these simple ideas for great homemade costumes.

Fairy Tale Princess

Every little girl wants to be a princess, and it’s one of the easiest costumes to put together at home.  Remember that bridesmaid dress that you had to buy but never want to wear again?  It could be the perfect ball gown for a little Cinderella.  A cocktail length dress makes the perfect floor length gown on a younger girl—you will probably have to take in the waist a little, but even if you can’t sew, a wide band of ribbon tied around the waist will pull it in.  Safety pins can fix any other areas not fitting well.

All you will need to finish it off is some costume jewelry and of course a tiara.  Make your own by using a basic headband and some cardboard: cut out a piece of cardboard in the shape of the crown portion and then decorate it with paint and rhinestones!

Rock Star

Who doesn’t want to be a rock star?  This one is among the easiest to put together at home!  A pair of torn blue jeans (use an old pair!) topped with a black t-shirt are a great start.  Paint the name of your child’s “band” onto the t-shirt with crafting puff paint.  Then add some hair gel and give your little rock star a rockin’ new ’do.  Girls can add some makeup.  A toy microphone, available at most dollar stores, will finish the look.

The Robot

This classic homemade Halloween costume is as much fun to make and wear as it ever was.  Create the robot’s body from cardboard boxes, and then add arms made from flexible tubing.  You can use paint to decorate the box however you like.  A metal colander is the classic robot hat, but you can also use a silver baseball cap as a more comfortable choice.

There are many fun homemade Halloween costumes you can put together easily.  If you enjoy crafting and think a unique homemade look is better than a store-bought costume, then take the time to make something special!




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