Easy Homemade Halloween Costumes

Today’s easy homemade Halloween costumes are perfect for the little ones in your life!

Most of the supplies for these costumes can be found in your home and all of the costumes will cost less than $5!

Easy Homemade Halloween Costumes for Kids

Lil’ Farmer

easy homemade halloween costumes for kids

Lil' Farmer

Supplies:

    1. Overalls
    2. Straw Hat
    3. Bandana
    4. Brown Eye Liner Pencil
    5. Wagon
    6. Hay
    7. Stuffed Animals

Directions:

      1. Dress your son or daughter in overalls, straw hat and bandana.
      2. Use the eye liner pencil to make freckles on his / her cheeks.
      3. Fill the wagon with hay and stuffed animals
      4. Let your son / daughter go trick or treating riding in the wagon!

    Tarzan

    easy homemade halloween costumes for kids

    Tarzan

    Supplies:

      1. Leopard Fabric (approx. 2 yards)
      2. Rope

    Directions:

      1. Drape the fabric over your child’s shoulder and tie the rope around the waist like a belt.
      2. If it’s cool outside, wear a black turtleneck and black tights!

    Garden Fairy

    easy homemade halloween costumes for kids

    Garden Fairy

    Supplies:

      1. White or any light colored leotard…we used her ballet outfit!
      2. White or any light colored tights
      3. White or any light colored skirt or tutu
      4. Wings…we had to purchase these, but they’ve been used for many years since!
      5. Crown made of jasmine from our backyard
      6. Watering can to collect candy in

    Directions:

      1. Put on tights, leotard and skirt
      2. Twist together jasmine, ivy or any type of vine to make the Garden Fairy crown.
      3. Put on wings and “fly” through the neighborhood trick or treating!

     

    Check out The Budget Diet’s complete collection of 50 easy homemade Halloween costumes.

    Please share your easy homemade Halloween costume ideas for kids! Remember…no sewing allowed!

    Comments

    1. Rosey says:

      These are great, and you’re right just about everything on those lists is already in the house! It’s more fun when you make your own costumes, I think.

    2. Pamela R says:

      so creative!the farmer could be turned into a scarecrow with a little hay and some cheep facepaint =)

      • Kristl says:

        Thanks for adding another clever, cheap & easy costume idea!

    3. Any ideas for a shark? My 4-year old is convinced that is what he wants to be!

      • Kristl says:

        I’m stumped!

    4. Kristl… FABULOUS!!! Love your ideas. The best costumes I have ever had were home made. Thank you for sharing… LOVE the farmer :) Grace, peace and blessings, Carla

    5. Great ideas!! Loved the Tarzan one lol
      Hope you have a great week,
      Lolo

    6. Susan says:

      These are all such great ideas and so cute! I wonder if my going on 14 yo would be into the first one…I think it could work equally well for an older girl.

      • Kristl says:

        I have a 14-year old daughter, & I think you’re right! Very cute!

    7. Love the Tarzan one! Thanks for sharing. We don’t celebrate Halloween here but it’s good to have this in hands esp for my kindergarten boy 😀

      • Kristl says:

        You can do amazing things with an inexpensive yard of fabric!

    8. These are so cute! I love the farmer!

      I stumbled this post.

      • Kristl says:

        It’s such an easy costume, and pulling them in a wagon with hay makes is perfect for little ones!

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