Halloween will be here before you know it and if you’re thinking about making a costume this year, we say go for it! Making your own DIY costume is a great way to stand out and by doing so it gives you a much bigger variety than going into a Halloween store and choosing one that a million people will be wearing too. A donut queen, the bachelorette, group sushi costumes for your friends or something that will make everyone laugh, the choices are endless. Keep scrolling for 10 Easy DIY costumes you can make for this Halloween.
DIY Neon Light Cactus Halloween Costume
Light up the night this Halloween with this easy to make Cactus Halloween Costume. Using the most basic of supplies this costume is truly simple and the end result is so cute.
Ever dreamed of being on the bachelorette? well this Halloween can be your dream come true, sorta. You might not have a line of men to choose from, but with this Bachelorette DIY Costume you can have fun dressing the part.
DIY Jellyfish Light Up Costume
With this fun DIY Jellyfish Light Up Costume you can be transformed to a beautiful, glowing sea creature. We are loving the creativity behind this costume and how easy it is to put together.
Who loves donuts? I sure do! and what do I love more than donuts — this super awesome donut queen costume. Caution: may cause a sudden craving for donuts.
Be a queen this Halloween a queen bee that is. This is such an easy and cute DIY you’ll wonder why you didn’t come up with it yourself — buzzzztastic!
DIY Sia Costume
Wonder what it would be like to be in Sia’s shoes (or bow) for a day? with this DIY Sia Halloween Costume you can find out — loving how easy this look is to pull off.
Get your girlfriends together for sushi … costumes, and sushi, how about sushi in your sushi costumes? — yes! These are some tasty and awesome looking costumes. Choose one for yourself or get a group of friends together to join in on the DIY Sushi Costume fun.
“And I say HEY! what a wonderful kind of day,” to make a DIY Arthur Costume! Come on, isn’t this costume awesome? the best part is how beyond easy it is to create.
“Chip on your Shoulder” Costume
Why the chip on your shoulder yo? it’s just my costume bro. This costume is made by cutting an extra large oval out of yellowish paper and creating small accordion folds to give it the appearance of a ruffled chip, which is then attached with safety pins.
La Croix Costume
Drinks on me, literally. This DIY La Croix Costume is made using hula hoops and does require some sewing experience, but the end result is so worth it.