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15 DIY Halloween Onesie Costumes for Baby


There are so many adorable costumes out there for toddlers and up, but getting something for baby is a little bit harder. A simple onesie can turn into the best Halloween costume with just a little work. Use white felt to turn a brown onesie into a football costume, or use non-toxic fabric markers to draw on an R2D2 costume. There are so many cute ideas in these 15 DIY Halloween Onesie Costumes for Baby…
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  • The Cutest Football 1 of 6
    The Cutest Football
    Sew up or glue some white felt onto a brown onesie to make a football costume.
    Buy it on Etsy, $22
  • Doctor Baby 2 of 6
    Doctor Baby
    Use fabric markers to turn a onesie into scrubs.
    Buy it on Buy.com, $11.49
  • Sports Ref 3 of 6
    Sports Ref
    Dye a onesie black and paint white stripes down the sides. Embellish with the baby's name.
    Buy it on Etsy, $24.95
  • Charlie Brown 4 of 6
    Charlie Brown
    This super simple onesie is made by painting on or sewing on black zig zags to the bottom.
    Buy it on Etsy, $12.50
  • Pac-Man Twins 5 of 6
    Pac-Man Twins
    These costumes are perfect for two.
    Buy it on Etsy, $25
  • 10 More Cute Costumes 6 of 6
    10 More Cute Costumes
    Check out more onesies for baby at Baby's First Year.

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