Every year I get grandiose ideas about making DIY Halloween costumes. It never seems to happen though because everything I find is just too hard! I don’t own a sewing machine and even if I did, I wouldn’t have the first clue how to use it.
This year, I have actually found a few costumes that everyone can make. Yes, everyone! I can’t hand-sew an Elsa dress but I sure as heck and make a rain cloud! Check these out.
DIY Halloween Costumes for Non-Crafty Moms
Lego Block – Who doesn’t love Lego’s? Kids Activities Blog has a crazy easy DIY for you and all you need is spray paint and a cardboard box.
Scuba Diver – This one seems to be pretty popular and for good reason! This is so easy and incredibly adorable. Follow the simple instructions from Delineate your Dwelling.
Rain Cloud – Fairfield World has come up with one of the cutest costumes ever. Put on a rain coat and make this fuzzy DIY rain cloud and you are all set. I love this one.
Ninja Turtle – If your kids love the Ninja Turtles like mine do then try this fun costume. Crafts by Courtney has easy instructions to make this turtle shell from a turkey pan!
Skeleton – My son has been asking to be a skeleton and I think I found the perfect DIY for that! Here is how to make an awesome skeleton costume from Craft Passion.
Mummy – An all time classic, this mummy costume from Nellie Bellie is super adorable. All you need is a sheet. Brilliant!
Tin Man – Everybody loves the tin man! Pair this with some of your other favorite Wizard of Oz characters for a whole family costume idea! From Simply Kierste
Charlie Brown – A yellow shirt and a black sharpie is almost everything you need to be Charlie Brown. This is so cute on little babies. From Emily Mccall.
Aerobic Instructor – Let’s get physical! I can’t get over the cuteness of this simple DIY costume. An aerobic instructor is such a clever idea! From Coolest Homemade Costumes.
Stick Figure – This one is so adorable, I just love it. All for The Boys shows you how to make a super easy stick figure costume.
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.