I put a white turtle neck underneath and pinned on red suspenders, which were just ribbons. Turn a bunch of inexpensive feather boas into a fun flamingo costume for your little one.
I know many believe that your cravings get passed on to your baby. Well, for me this is very true. Hudson just can't get enough sushi! We go to our local sushi joint every month to get Hudson his favorite california rolls. And we can never forget the soy sauce that must come with it. So what better Halloween costume than for Hudson to be what he loves and craves all the time Look here for more homemade costume ideas. The idea came to me one day when I realized how much Ryan loves his stuffed Cookie Monster toy.
I thought it would be so sweet to dress him up as a cookie so he could carry around his cookie monster on Halloween night! Of course the part she's most excited about is the cake, so we decided to make this costume out of a plastic laundry basket with the bottom cut out, wrapped in fabric and stuffing, with a glittered tp roll on top for a candle.
If only they didn't have to grow up so fast!! It was the first body part she recognized so I thought it was only appropriate to create a toothbrush costume for her for Halloween. Holding two toothbrushes during the photo shoot made her day! She wants to remind everyone to brush their teeth after eating those yummy sweet Halloween treats!
They love ice cream, even though they only get it on special occasions and insisted on wearing their hats most of the day. Overall, a very fun costume to make and for the kids to wear. We thought it would be fun if he dressed as Max from Where the Wild Things Are since they share the same name and he really loves the book.
We are orginally from Maryland and love the Baltimore Ravens and Edgar Allen Poe, so we decided to make a raven costume for our 2-year-old daughter. I cut and hand sewed all of the feathers. The outfit is all homemade by myself and my mother. His desire to dress this way comes from a lot of years of me listening to Elvis around the house. The greatest part is that he is a blonde headed boy. He looks nothing like himself in this picture.
It was so much fun to walk around with him Trick-or-Treating. Everyone got a thrill seeing him. When handed candy he would say, 'Thank you, Thank you very much! Very easy to make. Alea is an outgoing 2-year-old who loves to dress up and take pictures. She decided to be a Tooth Fairy this year because she loves visiting Dr. Perno, who mom works with in a dental office. Her costume lights up the night as she flies around collecting everyone's missing teeth and leaving behind coins for them to find under there pillows in the morning, from her wand and crown.
She carries with her extra tooth brushes, and has buttons of dental floss to promote good dental hygiene to everyone she meets. Her grandma made her adorable costume and it's completely handmade and original. Her wings, wand and tooth skirt that wraps around her sparkle with real lights. Always remember to slip your teeth under your pillow at night so this twinkling Tooth Fairy can fly by and leave you a surprise!!
Once Halloween is over we will snip the stitches and it will go back to just being his snowsuit. The costume fits my little guy perfectly—at 11 months, he is already 22lbs—only 4lbs less than his 2 year old sister!
So I searched high and low for a Franklin costume, but could not find one. He cried and it broke my heart so even with no sewing experience, I was determined to make this happen for my baby. He would walk around singing 'Hey it's Franklin! Come-on over to play! This is it, and I must say, I surprised myself. It is made from cardboard and actually beeps when the front-loading part is lifted up.
My mother made a similar costume for me and we thought that it would be cute to have her become one too. But we think she should major is Art! She is super creative and made this 'funky fairy' costume for my 3-year-old, and she also made the same thing for my month-old! It is amazing what some wire, tulle and hot glue can turn into! Someday she will grow up to be a wonderful mommy. Since it is always so COLD here in Minnesota, I needed to make his costume fit over his snow suit and still look good and spooky!
This spooky ghost costume was made out of an old sheet. I cut a hole at the top and then hemmed around it leaving an opening. I pulled elastic thru the hem and then sewed it together. Next, I cut out holes for each arm and zig-zagged around the holes so they would not tear or fray. I put the costume on my little guy and trimmed it to the right length. Then I took the left over sheet pieces and cut them in strips. I also used some cheese cloth and cut it into strips and last, used some tulle and cut it into strips.
Carter is wearing a white turtle neck shirt and white knit gloves with the costume. I searched the internet, but naturally could not find any such costume. Liking a challenge, I decided to make one. It turned out great.
My son was dressed as a construction worker—complete with reflective striped shirt, work boots and hardhat—so that when he put on the backhoe, he became the driver.
For ease of trick-or-treating in the dark and up and down porches, we removed the backhoe and he could be the construction worker. He loved the costume and still plays with it!
All the costumes are homemade except for the girl dogs shirts. We've always called him our little munchkin and decided that is what his costume would be this year. Nearly every item was picked up at a Goodwill. He enjoys running around batting people on the head with the lollipop. You can also find cute Halloween costumes that feature ghosts, cats, and even scarecrows.
Those are all staple ideas for Halloween, and are all great ideas for youngsters. If you want to make cute Halloween costumes, you can see what you can do with paint and some other items. At times, you only have to have some paint that will be used to make up a face, and then the rest of the costume should come to you.
You can always just go with a hoodie if you wish, or you can find other things like slippers that might complete the costumes. Cute is everywhere if you take the time to look. You can even find what you want in your own closets. These Cute Halloween costumes are found everywhere.
You can find them in your local department store, or you can even find used ones if you go to a thrift store. There are many great sites online that can give you the things you need to build your own, or you can shop for complete sets that are just what you want. No matter what you use, be sure each is safe for the age group, and be sure that you know you are getting one big enough for your kid.
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