25 Totally Awesome DIY Halloween Costumes for Girls

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
    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
    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
    Sew an owl costume in a night.
    Check it out at Alpha Mom.
  • Zombie 8 of 25
    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
    Use socks galore to make this cute octopus costume.
    Find out more at Mom Inc. Daily.
  • Cupcake 13 of 25
    This costume was made with an upside down lampshade, brilliant.
    Find out more at Two Girls Being Crafty.
  • Mermaid 14 of 25
    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
    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
    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
    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
    Such a fun mummy costume.
    Get the tutorial at My World Made by Hand.
  • Toadstool 23 of 25
    Go for a woodland theme with a toadstool costume.
    Find out more at Family Fun.
  • Rapunzel 24 of 25
    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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