KIDS: DIY Frozen Princess cape

Cami from Tidbits whipped up this awesome DIY Frozen princess costume for Make It and Love It. Best of all, it’s a no sew costume, y’all! Your little girl can sing “Let it Go” and dance around the house in her handmade Elsa cape. Another great thing about this project is that the kiddos can help! Win win!

DIY Frozen Princess cape


See all of the DIY Frozen Princess cape details here.

KIDS: DIY Frozen princess costume

Kim over at Seven Thirty Three created this amazing DIY Frozen princess costume inspired by Elsa. She made a circle skirt and a simple top for her daughter to sing “Let is go” at a school talent show! Oh and Queen Elsa got second place at the talent show! Nice work  ladies (on both the costume and the singing)!

DIY Frozen princess costume


See all of the costume details here.

KIDS: DIY cupcake costume

It’s fun to dress up like your favorite sweet treat! We’ve had a few other DIY cupcake costumes on Really Awesome Costumes. Like this one cupcake made out of a lamp shade and this adult version of a cupcake costume made out of felt! Craft and Couture turned her daughter into an adorable cupcake with a wire wreath form, felt, and a pink long sleeved onesie! Those chocolate sprinkles kill me!

DIY cupcake costume


See how she made the cupcake costume here.

And don’t miss these other really awesome 14 DIY food costumes:

14 Awesome food related Halloween costumes

KIDS: DIY Chanel purse costume

Craft and Couture turned her little girl into the iconic Chanel purse for Halloween. How stinkin’ cute is that?! There are not any details about how she made it on her blog, but I assume she sewed and quilted the costume. I love how she even added the Chanel double C logo for the clasp!

DIY Chanel purse costume

See lots more pictures of the DIY Chanel purse costume here.

ADULTS: Crochet Leprechaun beard

Do you know how to crochet? For $6.99 you can purchase this crochet leprechaun beard and beanie pattern and stitch you your loved one up an awesome St. Patrick’s Day costume! How cute would this be on a kiddo? Find the instructions and purchase the pattern here. FYI: St. Patricks day is on March 17th!

Crochet Leprechaun beard