ADULTS: DIY Cupid Costume

DIY Cupid costume

You never know when you'll need a cupid costume complete with a quiver made out of an oatmeal container. Crafty Audiophile whipped up a no sew tutu by tying red toile around an elastic band. Her arrows and headband are handmade too! If you happen to be running a race in February, this cupid costume would be perfect!   For more pictures and the complete tutorial, check out Crafty Audiophile. … [Continue reading...]

HAIR: Donut Bun

Donut bun for crazy hair day

I love donuts and crazy hair days, so this idea is extra special. Best part, the donut bun is actually really simple to make! All you need is a paper plate, a pony tail, a scrap peice of felt and you’ve got the ingredients for a cute (yummy) hair do. My favorite part? The real […]

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KIDS: Last Day of School T-Shirt

DIY Last day of School T-shirts

Mandy from Sugar Bee Crafts came up with the cutest last day of school “costume” for her kids! I love that he last day of school t-shirts are a wearable souvenir of each child’s school year. It’s like a yearbook, but better!  She provides a free cut file that says, “X Grade Last Day of School […]

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ADULTS: End of Year Teacher Dress

End of year kid made teacher dress

Mrs. Castlebury wins best teacher award in my book! This amazing dress she is wearing was made by her 1st grade students for her to wear on the last day of school. How does she do it? She brings a white, cotton dress (similar to this one) to school a few days before the end […]

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ADULT: Pregnant Deviled Egg

Pregnant deviled egg costume

I love this costume for a lot of reasons. 1. It’s perfect for a pregnant belly 2) It could double as a super easy couple costume. 3. It’s cheap, easy to make, and punny! All you need to be a deviled egg is a peice of white card board, scissors, a yellow t-shirt, and devil horns and […]

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PETS: Beanie Baby Dog

Beanie Baby Dog Cotsume

If you did not know what a Beanie Baby was in 1997, I’m pretty sure you lived under a rock! They were everywhere, and for $5 you could buy one, hope it would make the retired list, and make millions!  Well, that last part isn’t entirely true, but it sure was fun to dream. Does […]

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BABIES: DIY Superhero Onesie

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This simple superhero onesie costume by Ann Marie of White House Black Shutters is adorable. You only need a plain white onesie and a few basic supplies like cardboard, spray paint, and a tshirt to make this entire costume. You could make a whole family of superheros or just dress up the baby. I love […]

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HOUSE: Minion Yard Decorations

MInion yard decorations

Giving your yard a costume is fun for the whole neighborhood, and I love that The Kim Six Fix shared her neighbor’s genius idea of creating Minion sculptures out of ornamental grasses! Halloween is the perfect time to use your ornamental grass for sculptures since the grasses need to be cut back each fall. All you need […]

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Couples: Silent Film Stars

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This silent film stars couples costume by Lindsay of Shrimp Salad Circus is so clever and perfect. Lindsay put it together for less than $15 and you should be able to find a lot of the pieces for this costume at the thrift store. The little French signs are such a great touch, as are […]

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Kids: DIY Scuba Diver Costumes

DIY Scuba Diver Costumes

There’s nothing cuter than matching brother and sister costumes. And these DIY scuba diver costumes by Amy of Delineate Your Dwelling are just perfect. She put them together with just a few simple supplies like two liter bottles, electrical tape, and plain black shirts, and they look amazing. Stop by Delineate Your Dwelling for more […]

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