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We showed you the 25 Totally Awesome DIY Halloween Costumes for Girls, now it’s all about the boys. Use an old snow suit to transform him into a NASA astronaut launching off to space, or use toilet seat covers (uh-huh) to make him this amazing viking warrior costume. Train conductor, Peter Pan and all the rest make a special appearance in these 25 Totally Awesome DIY Halloween Costumes for Boys…


  • Viking Warrior 1 of 25
    Viking Warrior
    Turn your adorable little guy into a viking warrior for Halloween using toilet seat covers.
    Check it out at I am Momma.
  • Lego 2 of 25
    Lego
    If he loves to play with them, he may just love pretending to be one.
    Spotted at Country Living.
  • Gnome 3 of 25
    Gnome
    Turn your little dude into a woodland gnome.
    Find out more at Family Fun.
  • Batman 4 of 25
    Batman
    Use clothes you already have at home to make this awesome batman costume.
    Find out more at Red Ted Art.
  • Solar System 5 of 25
    Solar System
    Cover your little boy in stars and use wire and styrofoam balls to make a solar system around his head.
    Find out more at Coolest Homemade Costumes.
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi 6 of 25
    Obi-Wan Kenobi
    This costume could be made for just $15.
    Find out more at Canadian Family.
  • Dinosaur 7 of 25
    Dinosaur
    Check out how to make these dino tails for their Halloween costumes.
    Find out more at Projects by Jess.
  • Choo, Choo 8 of 25
    Choo, Choo
    Use a cardboard box to make a train costume and mom and dad can be the crossing signs.
    Find out more at The Ophffs.
  • Jaws 9 of 25
    Jaws
    Turn a hoodie into a Jaws costume.
    Find out more at Fisakrs.
  • Parisian Mime 10 of 25
    Parisian Mime
    This costume is so simple to put together you could do it the night before.
    Find out more at Family Education.
  • Pirate 11 of 25
    Pirate
    Yo, ho, Yo, ho a Halloween costume for me. No sewing required.
    Check it out at Holidash.
  • Toy Army Guy 12 of 25
    Toy Army Guy
    Get the full scoop on how to turn your little dude into a toy army guy.
    Check it out at Wild Ink Press.
  • Fantastic Mr. Fox 13 of 25
    Fantastic Mr. Fox
    Get the scoop on how to make this cute costume.
    Find out more at A Little Gray.
  • Peter Pan 14 of 25
    Peter Pan
    Sew him a Peter Pan costume.
    Check it out at Make it and Love it.
  • Hedgehog 15 of 25
    Hedgehog
    Sew a cool hedgehog costume.
    Find out more at The Train to Crazy.
  • Superhero 16 of 25
    Superhero
    Get crafty and don't feel the need to spend a ton to make an awesome superhero costume.
    Find out more atMartha Stewart.
  • Astronaut 17 of 25
    Astronaut
    Cover an old snow suit in white duct tape to make this awesome costume.
    Find out more at Stitch Creations.
  • Minions 18 of 25
    Minions
    Use a hoodie and pipe cleaners to create this fun costume.
    Find out more at Coolest Homemade Costumes.
  • Monster Truck Driver 19 of 25
    Monster Truck Driver
    Turn a cardboard box into a monster truck to complete a full monster truck driver costume.
    Spotted at Inhabitots.
  • Mario & Luigi 20 of 25
    Mario & Luigi
    Top off your homemade Mario and Luigi costumes with hats.
    Spotted at Take the Side Street.
  • Mr. Robot 21 of 25
    Mr. Robot
    Decorate cardboard boxes for a robot costume.
    Spotted at Lora Jeans.
  • Terrible Crocodile 22 of 25
    Terrible Crocodile
    Keep costs low with this fully customizable croc costume.
    Check it out at Evil Mad Scientist.
  • Football Player 23 of 25
    Football Player
    Follow this tutorial to learn how to make a football jersey from a T-shirt for your child's football player costume.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Godzilla 24 of 25
    Godzilla
    Use felt to make this amazing Godzilla costume.
    Find out more at Mom Inc Daily.
  • Rubik’s Cube 25 of 25
    Rubik's Cube
    Check out how this mama made a Rubik's cube costume.
    Find out more at Design Mom.

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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), and follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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