Bonnie turned her adorable 5 month baby girl into an Octopus for Halloween. I love the polka dot fabric choice and the felt pom pom’s as the octopus’ suckers! You can buy the pattern for the octopus belt at her etsy store!
Is your baby a spring chicken? Craft up a DIY chicken costume for your little nugget of love! Jessica used 2 white boas for the chicken feathers and rubber gloves as feet! Pretty clever if you ask me! Not to mention, adorable!
Read more about how she made the DIY chicken costume at Living the swell life.
Need a super easy baby Halloween costume? Turn your baby into a carrot! All you need is an orange onesie, elastic and green tulle! And the DIY carrot costume only involves about 5 hand stitches, to sew the elastic together! Oh don’t forget to make the “USDA organic” and “100% natural” stickers!
It doesn’t get much cuter than a baby in a donut costume! And this is no sew donut costume… all you need is some felt, a handy dandy hot glue gun, and velcro to make this DIY donut costume! See the full donut costume tutorial at Smart School House.
Here are 3 more DIY donut costumes made out of inner tubes for adults!
It doesn’t get much sweeter than a baby in a candy bar costume! For this child I prayed use an all white sleep sack and red and blue felt to turn her adorable little one into a candy bar! You could either hot glue or sew the felt onto the white sleep sack to make the DIY Baby Ruth costume!
See more pictures and details here.
Do you remember the awesome painter with his own TV show on PBS? He painted happy little trees and happy little clouds? Jamie crafted up a baby Bob Ross costume for your sweet little one! All you will need to buy or make is a brown, curly wig and a paint pallet!
For the complete baby Bob Ross costume tutorial check out C.R.A.F.T.
This is one of the cutest dad and daughter costumes I’ve ever seen. Ever! Ginalee made a DIY Annie costume for her daughter and Daddy Warbucks is looking pretty sharp too! The red curly wig is a the must have piece for the Annie costume along with a red dress, white stockings, and black dress shoes. Adorable!
You can see more of Gina’s work on her photography website.
Jamie made her adorable baby a DIY panda bear costume without sewing! All you need is a hot glue gun, 2 sheets of felt, black onesie, black pants, and a white hat. This costume is so easy to make, y’all! And best of all, after Halloween, just un pin the white oval from the onesie and the onesie is back to normal!