My kids have joined the Fortnite craze and as a result, I have made my first DIY Fortnite Costume. Perhaps there are more Fortnite costumes on the horizon, we shall see. For now, check out this fun Tomato Skin Fortnite costume. How to make a Fortnite Costume in Real Life The bulk of Tomato Head read more »
Huge List of DIY Costume Tutorials
I love making costumes, and tend to find reasons to create costumes year-round. Costumes do not have to be limited to Halloween but are also great for other holidays, school spirit days, community performances and themed parties! I hope you find inspiration and resources here that help with your costume creation.
I've actually created a huge costume resource with all my DIY costumes sorted by categories like DIY costumes for boys, Pixar costumes. funny costumes, etc.
Or just scroll down and see all my DIY Halloween costumes published on the blog.
We love the new Star Wars characters introduced in Star Wars Force Awakens. I couldn’t resist creating a BB-8 costume a few years ago, he is the cutest little droid. Speaking of cute, I happily made Quinn a Poe Dameron pilot costume last year. DIY Star Wars Costumes Star Wars costumes are sort of our read more »
Now that Star Wars Rebels is over, sharing Elliot’s DIY Ezra Bridger costume is sort of bittersweet. The boys loved Star Wars Rebels which is why Elliot asked me to make an Ezra Bridger costume for him last year. Star Wars costumes are our favorite Halloween theme. Last year we expanded our Star Wars characters read more »
After making Elliot a Hiro costume sweatshirt recently, I figured I’d be out of the costume making business for a little while, at least until the fall. Elliot must have had other plans because he randomly asked for a Prince Charming costume. All the talk about princess costumes at his preschool must have triggered his read more »
I just got back from another whirlwind Disney adventure. I was invited to walk the Christopher Robin red carpet as a part of the Christopher Robin press trip. I often attend these press trips with friends and this time around we decided to do something extra special on the red carpet. We got our 100 read more »
Toy Story Land is now open in Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. We spent last week Playing Big in Andy’s backyard as guests of Disney for their media preview event. Attending the grand opening of Toy Story Land seemed like the perfect opportunity to disneybound as characters from Toy Story. Disneybound at Walt read more »
Toy Story is one of favorite Disney films, so we are so excited to be checking out the new Toy Story Land opening at Walt Disney World this summer. We plan on disneybounding as Toy Story characters on our trip, so I needed to make a few fun costume pieces including Woody’s vest. Don’t miss read more »
It’s only taken me 6 months to share this but earlier this year, I made Elliot a sweet Beast Costume Shirt to wear to Walt Disney World. It was a really fun and easy Disneybounding idea. While he wore the Beast costume shirt for Disney bounding, if you added a mask you could have a sweet read more »
This DIY Pencil Onesie baby Halloween costume was sponsored by the 99 Cents Only Store. I am a big fan of treasure hunting at the 99 Cents Only stores. My mom and I usually go once a week looking for crazy deals on awesome products. Beyond food and household items that I typically save 50% read more »
Does your little one love the new Mickey and the Roadster Racers shows on Disney Junior? My boys think it’s a fun update to Mickey Mouse Clubhouse! I thought a fun DIY Mickey and the Roadster Racers Hat would be perfect for little fans of the show or as the start of a fun Mickey read more »
It’s no secret that I love to make costumes. Last year we ended up making an adorable cat burglar costume which is sort of funny because we are not cat-people. Not. At. All. I am remedying that by partnering with Disney Junior to share with you a super easy Puppy Dog Pals costume tutorial. Now read more »
I had so much fun planning some disneybounding outfits for my boys. As big as we are on costumes around here, they’ve never worn a costume into a Disney park except to Mickey’s Halloween Party. Maybe it’s because you’re more likely to see little girls wearing Princess dresses in the parks. An easy alternative to wearing a costume read more »
It’s that time of year again, time to celebrate Read Across America and Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Today was dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss character at school. I love dress-up day school! 🙂 Even though we already had a Lorax costume on hand, Elliot opted to wear a Cat in the Hat costume instead. It read more »
My kids love seeing silly things anywhere and one of their favorite things is the inflatable tube man (also known as air dancers) that seem to dance by themselves on the side of the road. I couldn’t help make one more costume before Halloween, an inflatable tube-man costume. This inflatable tube-man is my silliest costume read more »
With Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast headed to theaters in the spring, I couldn’t help making a DIY Beast costume. Emma Watson will be an amazing Belle and I can’t wait to see it! Hopefully, Belle would approve of our own little Beast. Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the read more »
Typically when one boy wants something, the other follows suit. So after Quinn requested a Potterwookiee costume from The Creature From My Closet series, Elliot wanted his own Creature From My Closet costume. He hasn’t read the series yet, so he didn’t have a strong opinion on which character he wanted to be, so I chose read more »
I love to make costumes, sometimes I make fun ones that I love and the boys just indulge me in wearing. I really love when they ask for a specific costume, though, one I know they will definitely appreciate. So I was pretty excited when Quinn asked for a Potterwookiee costume. The Creature from My read more »
I’m partnering with Snazaroo today to share an adorable Halloween costume that is easy to put together and features Snazaroo face paint. I don’t wear a lot of makeup, so I wasn’t sure how well it would turn out. It was my first experience with using face paint and I’m happy to report that it read more »
Who’s ready for another fun costume? As soon as we started watching The BFG in the theater last month, I knew I wanted to make a Big Friendly Giant costume. The BFG costume is my favorite kind of costume because that can be pulled together inexpensively depending upon what you have on hand or can read more »
Everyone loves Nemo and Dory but I am super excited to meet some of their new friends in Finding Dory. Hank, their octopus friend caught my eye in the previews. I couldn’t wait to create a Finding Dory costume, a Hank the octopus costume. Note Hank is actually a septopus because lots one of his read more »