ADULT: Where the wild things are costume

Classic Noise turned herself into Max from the cute book Where the Wild Things are. You can purchase the white adult footed pajama onesie online for $25, and DIY the accessories! To complete you Where the Wild Things are costume you’ll need a paper crown, buttons, and gloves! Talk about a comfortable costume?!

Where the while things are costumeSee more pictures and costume details at Classic noise.


KIDS: DIY Green lantern costume

Heather whipped up super hero costumes as party favors for her son’s birthday. What a cool mom! The diy green lantern costume is a 3 piece costume: a mask, body suit and gauntlets. The costume is made out of felt and Heather has a step by step tutorial on her blog, Twin dragonfly deigns.

DIY Green Lantern Costume See lots more DIY green lantern costume pictures here.


KIDS: Wheelchair ice cream truck costume

I love that the dad of this kiddo turned his son’s wheelchair into an ice cream truck! The wheelchair ice cream truck costume is complete with ice cream cones, bunting on the window, and an ice cream hat for the little boy! The wheelchair costume even has a rear view mirror and custom decals!  This would certainly take some time, but totally doable with a little card board and paint!

Wheelchair ice cream truck costume

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KIDS: Aggie band costume

If you live in Texas and care about football at all, I’m sure you have heard of the Texas A&M Aggies! Quotes of a boy mom helped her sno dress up as an Aggie band member for Halloween! The Aggie band costume is perfect because you can utilize clothes you already have. Here’s what she said, “He’s wearing his own khaki pants, belt & shoes. The shirt is a modified Boy Scout shirt with free patches from the Corps uniform store and a homemade name tag & cording on his shoulder. The hat came from the local Military Depot. His toy trumpet is decorated with a felt flag I made myself!”

Aggie band costume


For more pictures and details, check out Quotes of a boy mom.

BABIES: DIY Harry Potter Costume

How cute is this baby DIY Harry Potter costume?! I love that you could use makeup to draw on the glasses since some kiddos don’t love accessories on their face. Other than that you’ll just need a yellow and red scarf and a white onesie with the family crest patch!

DIY Harry Potter costume

This costume idea came from Joe Jacks Mom on Mom 365.

BABIES: Handmade doll costume

Hart + Sew crafted up the most adorable handmade wind up doll costume I’ve ever seen! The little doll is wearing a vintage dress and a headband. The wind up key is made out of a toilet paper roll, styrofoam ball, and cardboard cutout spray. She spray painted the wind up gold and used elastic bands around the babies arms to attach the key to the toilet paper roll. Oh and don’t forget the rosy cheeks!

Handmade doll costumeSee more pictures and details at Hart + Sew.


KIDS: Gumball machine costume

Randi crafted up a clever gum ball machine costume for her little girl! Best of all, she used things from the dollar store. The plastic gum ball holder… that’s just a one dollar plastic bowl! Genius!

Gumball machine costume

See lots more pictures and the step by step tutorial over at Dukes and Duchesses.

KIDS: Homemade jellyfish costume

Ciana turned her little girl into a jellyfish for Halloween. All you need for this homemade jellyfish costume is an umbrella and crepe paper! I love that you could do this costume in any color. It’s also a great last minute costume since you probable most of items at home!

Homemade jellyfish costume

KIDS: Handmade crowns

Prudent baby whipped up these adorable handmade crowns made out of fabric. Perfect for a princess Halloween costume or for dress up any day of the week. I love that she has a link to the free downloadable crown templates she used and that the crowns will keep their shape for years to come!


Handmade crowns

For lots more pictures and ideas to make fabric crowns check out Prudent Baby.

BABIES: DIY shark costume

Somehow I have a feeling that baby might not love this costume, but it is just about the cutest/ funniest thing I’ve ever seen and absolutely perfect for a crawling baby! Dear Goodness does not have the DIY shark costume tutorial on her blog, but I bet making it with felt would be the easiest! Or heck just find a large shark doll and attach it to baby, ha!

DIY shark costume