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Homemade Kids’ Halloween Costumes

Space invader costume from Martha Stewart
Space invader costume from Martha Stewart

Homemade Halloween costumes have 1,000 times more of a wow factor than store bought costumes, and although we always sort of combine something store-bought with homemade touches, I am a huge fan of well thought out, creative costumes for kids.

corn costume from Parenting.com
Corn costume from Parenting.com

 

Legoman from Dukes & Duchesses.com
Legoman from Dukes & Duchesses.com

 

Wall-E costume by Anthony Shafer
Wall-E costume by Anthony Shafer

Cardboard boxes seem to be a good starting point for lots of costumes. I feel like next year I might have to save tons of cardboard boxes and sit around staring at them for a few months before Halloween. Surely that will help the creative juices flow. Who’s in? Will you make your costumes with me next year?

Superheroes by Brooke Reynolds from Inchmark
Superheroes by Brooke Reynolds from Inchmark

 

candy costumes by Stephanie May
Candy costumes by Stephanie May

 

Tiger and Zebra from Family Fun
Tiger and Zebra from Family Fun

Duct tape is always a good bet if you need to make some quick animal stripes. These are very cute.

Little toadstool costume from Family Fun
Little toadstool costume from Family Fun

 

dot candy costume from Babble
Dot candy costume from Babble

What do you think?

Jeanette Nyberg

Written by Jeanette Nyberg

I'm Jeanette Nyberg: artist, author, introvert, creativity-pusher, color-lover.

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  1. My favorites are the animals and the toadstool. My little guy wants to be a lion this year, and I am making his costume. 🙂

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