ADULTS: Deer Costume

This DIY deer costume from Flattery is especially beautiful. The hardest part about this costume is probably making the antlers, which are made out of aluminum foil and paper mache. The body of the costume is made with a brown unitard, some furry fabric, a little felt, and some fabric paint. The most dramatic part of the costume is the deer makeup. You will need a white eye crayon, or white face paint to create the white deer eyes, but otherwise the makeup is pretty standard.

deer costume

Stop by Flattery for the full and very detailed tutorial.

BABY: Cow Costume with an Udder

There’s something so adorable about a baby in a costume. I especially love DIY costumes that are made with a onesie. This cow costume by Make It & Love It is just perfect. The cow onesie is really simple and easy to make, and you could definitely make it without a sewing machine or sewing at all. The fleece hat is slightly more complicated, but it is easier than you might think with a free pattern. Even if you don’t have a sewing machine, you could hand stitch this little hat pretty quickly. And of course the UDDER is the cutest and most hilarious part of all.

DIY baby cow costume with udder

 

Stop by Make It & Love It for the full tutorial and free fleece hat pattern.

BABY: Crochet Bunny Ears

These crochet bunny ears are just about the cutest things ever! Pikadilly Charm shares a great tutorial, along with a free pattern. I especially love the floppy bunny ears. This would be a perfect craft to make for a special baby for Easter (or any occasion. Animal ears on babies are the best!) You could also play around with different colors of yarn. This white and pink combo is perfect, but I would also love one in shades of gray.

crochet bunny ears

Stop by Pikadilly Charm for the full tutorial and the free crochet pattern.

KIDS: DIY Bunny Rabbit Costume

This DIY bunny rabbit costume by Parenting.com would be fun for dressing up for Easter, or it would make a cute Halloween costume for a kid. What’s great about this costume is that all you really need is an oversized white sweatshirt, scissors, a hot glue gun, a white boa, and some pink felt. No sewing is required!

bunny rabbit costume

Stop by Parenting.com to see the full tutorial. This white rabbit costume would also be super cute paired with this carrot costume.

COUPLES: Butterfly and a butterfly catcher

Julie Ann Art is a Halloween couples costume creating genius! (Remember the Lightening and lighting strikes and tooth and tooth fairy!) For Halloween 2014 she whipped up a butterfly and a butterfly catcher! Oh and did you know that the official/scientific name of a some who studies and catches butterflies is a Lepidopterist? Yea, me either!

Awesome couples costume idea

GROUPS: Captain Hook costumes

Anna turned her cute fam into the cast of characters from Captain Hook! Dad is Tick Tock crock, Mom is The Lost Boy, and the kiddos are Peter Pan, Tink, and Captain Hook! Adorable!

Captain Hook costumes

ADULTS: Pregnant Avocado costume

Studio DIY came up with this genius no sew, no fuss idea for a pregnant Halloween costume, and the bump gets to be the avocado seed! All you need is a green and a brown t-shirt for this pregannt avacado costume!

Pregnant Avocado costume