Race season is upon us, and there are so many fun idea to dress up as a group! (Here are 25 more group costume ideas!) How about running as a group of Super Fruits including a super strawberry, orange, pineapple, blueberry, and a watermelon! They used felt and a hot glue gun to make fruit ponchos that just slip on over their heads. Genius! And did you notice the socks?!
Jamie whipped up DIY Crown and Coke costumes for her and her husband. She made a giant Crown Royal bag out of purple farbci and hand embroidered “Crown Royal” onto the bag. The Coke costume is a plain red dress with duck tape! And then of course the pop top fascinator! All of the Crown and Coke costume details here.
Kourtney and her friend crafted up this adorable Starbucks frappuchino and barista couples costume! The DIY barista costume is simple, just ask your local Starbucks for an apron and pick up a black visor! The DIY frappucnio is a little trickier. I’d use poster board to make the cylinder cup and beige felt to make the whip cream! The green straw could be made out of an empty paper towel holder! Love this DIY Starbucks couples costume for kids or adults!
Need a super easy baby Halloween costume? Turn your baby into a carrot! All you need is an orange onesie, elastic and green tulle! And the DIY carrot costume only involves about 5 hand stitches, to sew the elastic together! Oh don’t forget to make the “USDA organic” and “100% natural” stickers!
It doesn’t get much cuter than a baby in a donut costume! And this is no sew donut costume… all you need is some felt, a handy dandy hot glue gun, and velcro to make this DIY donut costume! See the full donut costume tutorial at Smart School House.
Here are 3 more DIY donut costumes made out of inner tubes for adults!
It doesn’t get much sweeter than a baby in a candy bar costume! For this child I prayed use an all white sleep sack and red and blue felt to turn her adorable little one into a candy bar! You could either hot glue or sew the felt onto the white sleep sack to make the DIY Baby Ruth costume!
See more pictures and details here.
Now, here’s a clever DIY couple costume idea… dress up as a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! The best part is that all you need to do is make 2 pieces of bread and strap it to your back! Then one person wears all brown and one person wears all purple or red. Personally, I’d be raspberry jam! Yum and cute!
A Penny filled pantry crafted up some awesome retro Halloween costumes for her kiddos. Kids these days have never even heard of a VHS! (Side note: VHS stands for Video Home System) I also love that she used simple cardboard boxes and spray paint to make these costumes.
See lots more pictures and the full DIY popcorn and a movie costume tutorial here.