1. Homemade Sister Care Bear Costumes
This super easy and super cute homemade costume idea from blogger Chelsee Hood is great for one toddler or a whole bunch of sisters! What really makes this costume shine for us are the adorable matching rain boots – perfect for a rainy Halloween. For extra creative fun, have your little ones draw their own Care Bear Belly Badge!
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2. Easy Skeleton Family
We love this idea from blogger Terra Larock because not only is it cute and comfy for the whole family, but versatile, too. Go out trick-or-treating as a family and then go straight to bed with these costume-to-PJs skeleton sets. Plus, your little ones can wear them year-round for warm (and spooky) pajamas!
3. Crocheted Baby Mermaid
Um, can you say wow?! This entire costume was crocheted to make one happy little mermaid! Plus, the bottom “tail” doubles as a cozy blanket for those little ones who might not be walking yet by this Halloween. Now the real question is – did blogger Bri Dietz make this herself? And if not, can she tell us where to buy it?!
4. Tiny Historical Figure
Mom blogger Joy Green really worked some magic with this costume, dressing up not only her own baby, but also her puppy as well! Plus, we love the educational value that comes from teaching your kids about historical figures while enjoying the fun of Halloween. And the detailing on this one is amazing! You can actually read step-by-step instructions for this DIY Frida Kahlo costume on her blog, and find out just how she made those incredible flower crowns.
What’s better than 1 adorable baby dressed as Frida? 🤔 2 babies (human and puppy) dressed as Frida inspired by the @smarties #LittleSmarties campaign!!! 😜 This entire costume, including the DIY silk flower crown, is so easy to make! 🌸🌺🌼 Follow the link in my bio for step-by-step instructions! Check out @Smarties website for all the “Smarties Throughout History” costume tutorials! @smarties candy is must have for Halloween around here! I love that it’s only 25 calories per roll plus gluten free, nut free and allergy free (aka, no need to worry for mama!). What is your little one dressing up as for Halloween? #partner . . . . . #halloweencostume #frida #diy #diycostume #babysfirsthalloween #bohochic #costumeparty #kidsstyle #pursuepretty #halloweeniscoming #thatsdarling #dailyparenting #our_everyday_moments #mytinymoments #momtogs #candidchildhood #kidsforreal #myunicornlife #pursuepretty #vscokids #vscomom
5. A Mini-Mom?!
Last but definitely not least, this hilarious costume from Shahla over at Treehouse Threads is too funny not to include. From the venti Starbucks drink to the iconic mom-hair top knot, this is look is oh-so-familiar. Besides, what little girl wouldn’t want to dress up as her biggest hero (mom) for Halloween?
Do you have an impressively creative Halloween costume to share? Let us know on social media! Tweet at us or leave us a comment on Facebook, and we’d love to connect with you. And most importantly, we hope your family has a happy Halloween!