25 Amazingly Easy Halloween Costumes For Kids

It’s that time again! Halloween is right around the corner and if you are anything like me you are on the hunt for an easy, homemade, awesome costume for your little one. Here are 25 of the most amazingly easy and adorable costumes. You can thank me later!

  • Paper Doll 1 of 25
    How adorable is this? So genius and so easy!
    See more here on Splash Dash Mom.
  • New Sew Jack-O 2 of 25
    No sew? I'm there!
    See how here on Dollar Store Crafts.
  • One Man Band 3 of 25
    Have a music loving kid? Make them a one man band! You may want to bring your ear plugs though.
    See more here on The Coterie.
  • Rocket Man 4 of 25
    Make your little one a rocket pack with a few simple household items. They'll love it!
    See more here on Real Simple.
  • Monster 5 of 25
    If you have a hoodie, some felt and stuffing, you can make an easy and awesome monster!
    See it here on Fiskars.
  • Lego 6 of 25
    Monochromatic clothes, cardboard and paint. For the lego lover in us all!
    See it here on Country Living.
  • Artist 7 of 25
    My little guy would love this one. Especially if I let him "decorate" his own art smock.
    See more here on BHG.
  • Butterfly 8 of 25
    Dress your little lady in all black and add these wings for a beautiful and simple costume.
    See how here on Martha Stewart.
  • Giraffe 9 of 25
    If you have brown clothes and some masking tape, you can make a pretty awesome giraffe costume.
    See it here on Spoonful.
  • Lumber Jack 10 of 25
    I love this one! So easy. You could even draw on the beard instead of making it.
    See how here on Family Fun.
  • Cowboy 11 of 25
    Using paper bags you can make your little one look like they're straight out of the wild west!
    See more here on Martha Stewart.
  • Hot Air Balloon 12 of 25
    So clever! What child doesn't love a big red balloon?
    Buy them here on All You.
  • Wind 13 of 25
    This looks so cool. It would be great for any age, assuming they have hair.
    See how here on Martha Stewart.
  • Unicorn 14 of 25
    With simple clothes they already have you can make them into a cool unicorn. The hoodie idea is genius!
    See more here on Spoonful.
  • Boxer 15 of 25
    Why make anything for their costume? Slap on some black eye make up, and dress them up in shorts and dad's robe and they are good to go!
    See more here on Spoonful.
  • Washer 16 of 25
    I don't know if very many kids would be thrilled to be a washing machine, but it just might inspire them to do their own laundry!
    See how here on Spoonful.
  • Mr. Rogers 17 of 25
    Grab a cardigan, some gray hair spray and a puppet and you've got a friendly new neighbor. So simple!
    Image found here on Primary Ignition.
  • Director 18 of 25
    Using a few items most of us have already, you can make your own little movie genius. They'll be shouting directions all night!
    See more here on Real Simple.
  • Sock Monkey 19 of 25
    This would be so adorable for a baby. Sure to keep them warm too!
    Make yours here on Instructables.
  • Quarter BACK 20 of 25
    I love costumes that play on words. So clever!
    See more here on Family Fun.
  • Pirates 21 of 25
    The classic pirate, a halloween must! I love the little lady pirate.
    See more here on Armelle.
  • Octopus 22 of 25
    A bit more work but goodness me this is cute!
    See more here on BHG.
  • Super Hero 23 of 25
    This is so perfect! Take some plain clothes and some contrasting duct tape, add a towel and you've got a hero on your hands.
    See more here on Real Simple.
  • Sweet Bunny 24 of 25
    A little more time consuming, but so worth it.
    See how here on Purl Bee.
  • Knights 25 of 25
    Aren't these two adorable? They look thrilled to be knights in shining armor. Your little one could look this cute.
    See more here on Mer Mag.

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Article Posted 6 years Ago

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