Thursday, October 26, 2017

DIY Roundup: Easy Halloween Costumes!

Halloween is only a few days away, and if your little one (or maybe even you) are still in need of a costume, have no fear! We've rounded up a bunch of fun, easy, and delightful costumes for you to check out in this newest blog post.

Boba tea costume by Oh Happy Day

collage carries all the supplies you need to make these costumes happen! Click the jump below to see more cute and quick costume ideas.

From Left to Right:
1. Rose costume. By Martha Stewart. Paper flower supplies are what you need for this costume! Martha really brings her A game to Halloween. Click here to get the tutorial, and you can click here to watch a video of the making of the crepe paper hat for this costume.

2. Rubix cube costume. By Design Mom. This is a simple one: all you really need is a cardboard box, colorful cardstock, glue, and electrical tape!  Click here to see more.

3. Animal felt masks. By Flax and Twine. Felt is one of our favorite supplies for halloween, plus the patterns for these masks are totally free! AND you don't even need to sew them. Click here for the free patterns and tutorial.

4. Boba tea costume. By Oh Happy Day. This is such a clever costume! This blog has a lot of great ideas, and we are a sucker for any food-themed costume. This costume is admittedly a bit more complex than the others featured here, but totally worth it. Click here to see more.

5. Pop tart costume. By Paper & Stitch. All you really need is paint, a brush, and a piece of cardboard or foam core. Click here to get the tutorial.

6. Outerspace costumes. By Martha Stewart. Martha does it again! We especially love the star costume. Click here to see more.

7. David Bowie face paint. By Parenting Magazine. David Bowie will always be a classic costume. We have a lot of face paint in the stores to get his look :) Bonus points for glittery costumes. Click here to see more.

8. Snail costume.  By Oh Happy Day. This is another one from Oh Happy Day; they really know how to do Halloween! This one is simple but adorable: the basics include brown paper, and two styrofoam balls. Click here to see more.