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25 Totally Awesome DIY Halloween Costumes for Girls

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Get ready to start creating some amazing Halloween costumes. From unicorns to zombies to rag dolls to mummies, your little girl will definitely be ready for a night of tricks and treats. There are tutorials from beginner to advanced so don’t shy away from these 25 Totally Awesome DIY Halloween Costumes for Girls…


  • Rag Doll 1 of 25
    Rag Doll
    Use yarn and mismatched clothes to make this cute outfit.
    Find out more at A Beautiful Mess.
  • Bluebird 2 of 25
    Bluebird
    Sew up a bluebird costume for your little girl.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Candy Buttons Costume 3 of 25
    Candy Buttons Costume
    This costume would be so easy to make and you could change up the wig color to her favorite color.
    Find out more at Dollar Store Crafts.
  • Fairy Costume 4 of 25
    Fairy Costume
    Follow this tutorial to learn how to make a stunning tinker bell, fairy costume.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Unicorn 5 of 25
    Unicorn
    Use scrap fabric to turn your little girl into a beautiful unicorn.
    Find out more at Twin Dragonfly Designs.
  • Maiden Voyage 6 of 25
    Maiden Voyage
    This hot air balloon costume is one of the cutest I've ever seen.
    Find out more at Rook No. 17.
  • Owl 7 of 25
    Owl
    Sew an owl costume in a night.
    Check it out at Alpha Mom.
  • Zombie 8 of 25
    Zombie
    Turn your adorable little girl into a blood-thirsty zombie.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Little Red Riding Hood 9 of 25
    Little Red Riding Hood
    Make an adorable red riding hood costume and add a picnic basket for her to collect treats.
    Get the tutorial at Martha Stewart.
  • Pretty Bird 10 of 25
    Pretty Bird
    Sew some gorgeous wings from scrap fabric.
    Check it out at Prudent Baby.
  • Prettiest Princess in All the Land 11 of 25
    Prettiest Princess in All the Land
    This adorable cape is so easy to make.
    Spotted at Prudent Baby.
  • Octopus 12 of 25
    Octopus
    Use socks galore to make this cute octopus costume.
    Find out more at Mom Inc. Daily.
  • Cupcake 13 of 25
    Cupcake
    This costume was made with an upside down lampshade, brilliant.
    Find out more at Two Girls Being Crafty.
  • Mermaid 14 of 25
    Mermaid
    Sew these pretty mermaid tails for some pretty little girls.
    Find out more at Living Locurto.
  • Miss Jellyfish 15 of 25
    Miss Jellyfish
    Follow the tutorial to make a colorful jellyfish costume.
    Find out more at Family Fun.
  • Cinderella 16 of 25
    Cinderella
    This costume is so versatile. Make it in another color to be another princess.
    Check it out at Make it and Love it.
  • Peacock 17 of 25
    Peacock
    Find out how to make this peacock tutu.
    Check it out at The Train to Crazy.
  • Audrey Hepburn 18 of 25
    Audrey Hepburn
    Make a long black tutu and and place it over a black tank top. Add pearls and diamonds for fun.
    Spotted at Etsy.
  • Skeleton 19 of 25
    Skeleton
    Use freezer paper to make this spooky skeleton costume.
    Find out more at Instructables.
  • Little Burst of Sunshine 20 of 25
    Little Burst of Sunshine
    Dress your baby or toddler up as sunshine and rainbows.
    Find out more at Merriment Design.
  • Fortune Teller 21 of 25
    Fortune Teller
    Use clothes you already have to make this eclectic fortune teller costume.
    Find out more at Family Fun.
  • Mummy 22 of 25
    Mummy
    Such a fun mummy costume.
    Get the tutorial at My World Made by Hand.
  • Toadstool 23 of 25
    Toadstool
    Go for a woodland theme with a toadstool costume.
    Find out more at Family Fun.
  • Rapunzel 24 of 25
    Rapunzel
    Make a braided hair headband to top off a Rapunzel costume.
    Check it out at Prudent Baby.
  • Paper Doll 25 of 25
    Paper Doll
    Use poster boards to make a paper doll Halloween costume.
    Find out more at Family Fun.

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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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