You don’t have to be a superhero to make the perfect costume for your little one this Halloween! Our collection includes simple step-by-step instructions that’ll make your tot the cutest little treat on the block!
Babies / Newborns (0-28 days) Costumes
This costume is udderly adorable and SO easy to make – all you need is a onesie, a white cap, bottle nipples and black felt.
Grab a grey sweatsuit, a little felt, and you’ve got the cuddliest baby koala on the block! Fast, inexpensive and no sewing needed.
It’s never too early to share the love of gaming with this classic game boy costume. Grab your glue gun, some felt and play away!
Take your cute little kernel and turn them into a bucket of popcorn – no sewing needed!
Pick the perfect pineapple with a yellow onesie, some felt and a hot glue gun – sweet as ever!
Make your baby one in a minion! All you need is overalls, a yellow shirt and cap and a little imagination – there’s so many minions to choose from.
Bring your little flower out in the sunshine! Sweet and simple using items you’ll find around the house.
Infants (1-12 months) Costumes
Mary had a little lamb and so can you with this simple costume idea. Start with a black outfit, a hat, your glue gun, and a bag or 2 of cotton balls for a fleece that’s white as snow!
Your princess will sparkle like ice with this sweet little Elsa costume. All you need is a crocheted headband, and tons of blue tulle.
You won’t need 101 supplies to make this costume! Just buy some tulle, feathers and pom poms and the rest of the list can be found at home!
Just wave your magic wand and bring little Harry Potter to life! All you need is a black cape, knit scarf and a lightning bolt tattoo.
Felt, faux fur and a fabulous onesie are all you need to create Max, king of the wild things! Fast and simple to create – perfect for the novice crafter.
You’ll need a little pass protection when you start throwing this little football around! Get your brown onesie, beige felt and sew your way to a touchdown!
What’s fabulous about this little chicken is that it looks complicated, but isn’t. 2 white onesies, 2 feather boas and a little felt are all you need for the cutest little dixie chick ever!
Meeeeeoooooow! This simple little kitty cat costume may already be in your little one’s closet! Just add a headband with ears and a black nose with whiskers and you’re ready to go.
Looking for a fancier kitty cat look? This one includes a black tutu, furry tail and ears, but it will take a little more time to make.
Toddlers (1-3 Years) Costumes
If you love sewing, your little waddler will make the perfect penguin in this soft, fleecy costume.
No sewing needed with this itsy-bitsy spider! Just get some furry pipe cleaners and a couple of giant googly eyes and your costume is complete.
If you’ve got some basic sewing skills, this cute carrot should be easy. A little orange fleece and green tulle are all you need.
This costume is the bee’s knees! No sewing required..Just put your toddler in all black, grab some yellow and black tulle and buzz right through it!
Super sweet candy corn costume needs just 3 colors of felt and a little sewing to complete!
You’ll score a touchdown and extra point with this costume! This football field costume is perfect for little boys (and moms on a budget).
If you’ve got an hour, you can make this incredibly creative octopus. Grab 4 pairs of tights, a matching shirt and top and some cotton batting. Your tot will be the best dressed sea creature on the block!
No job is too big, no pup is too small! Let your tot pick their favorite pup and get to work. Items can be found around the house, and masks can be printed from templates found online.
Whether you sew or just want to glue, your daughter can shimmer and shine with this cute little genie costume!
Whoooooo’s got the most spectacular owl costume? Your kids do when you make one of these truly special costumes. We recommend substantial sewing skills and a little extra time to get the best results.
Who knew that a couple of toilet seat covers could be transformed into something so clever! Easy to follow instructions and a couple of items from the toybox turns your child into a viking warrior.
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