Want a simple way to dress up your little darling for Halloween? Here is a list of 25 simple to-do Halloween costumes for your little one.
Simply take a plain white sheet and drape it over your child’s head, cut out a few eye holes and your child will be floating their way to the best dressed line come costume prize time!
Simply take a little bit of green eye shadow to color your child’s face, mix with some brown eye liner and your child’s face could resemble a goblin in just under 5 minutes! Add some tattered clothing that has been smudged with dirt and your child’s goblin costume is complete!
Every child wants to be able to fly the skies with their very own broom and pointy hat, your little magician not excluded. Once again, you will use a little green eye shadow to color their faces, drape black fabric over their shoulders for a witch’s cape and add a pointy black felt hat and you have a darling little witch’s costume. For added effect, add a black jumper under the cape and add some silver glitter for a “magical” feel to your child’s outfit.
A pumpkin outfit for Halloween is as easy as counting to three. Take a large bolt of orange fabric, cut out arm, leg, and head openings for your little one, and sew on a pumpkin face and your little one can be walking around like a traditional gourd!
Bag of Leaves
The easiest costume by far, simply take small trash bag and cut out openings for your child’s legs and arms. Stuff the inside with used newspapers for the rustle sound of leaves and tie the top loosely around their shoulders. Pull out a few pieces of newspapers colored brightly in red, orange and yellow to show off the best part of the fall season.
Why not dress your little child up in a Spiderman costume that resembles the original design of Spiderman’s costume? Take red and blue fabrics and alternate them in a web-like fashion. Place a spider cut out of blue fabric in the middle of the “web” and your child can look just like their favorite super hero!
This requires a great deal of green eye shadow powder, but lightly brush the eye shadow over your child’s skin and throw on a pair of brown, torn shorts and your child can look like the Hulk in just under 15 minutes!
This costume will have your sweetheart marching all the way to the White House. Simply take a button down shirt and a pair of dress pants, a tie and a pair of shiny dress shoes for a simple costume that is perfect for the White House president!
This simple costume is darling in design. Take a black jumpsuit and drape red cloth over your child’s back, paint or cut out holes for the traditional black spots and your little bug will be a darling little ladybug!
Unlike Spiderman, this Halloween Costume is so basic that it will make you laugh in delight at the money you will save and the adorable way your child looks. Take a black jumpsuit and attach four thick pipe cleaners that are also black and your little one is an adorable little spider!
This iconic super hero is easy to make. Simply take a length of rope, paint it gold, a pair of yellow underwear and an American flag patterned kerchief with a couple of gold bracelets and you have Wonder Woman running off to save the day!
A simple crown and fancy dress will have your little one feeling just like royalty in no time! Add a cape and scepter and your child is ready to rule her Queendom!
Again, a crown and a nice outfit will start your little one feeling like the little King he is. Add a scepter and your little one is ready to rule over his subjects!
The royal family would not be complete without a little princess walking down the street. A tiara and fancy dress with a small cape will have your princess looking for her Prince Charming!
A well dressed young man with a cape and a scepter, add in a hobby horse and your child will be galloping down the street with the rest of the royal family!
What story book family would be complete without a Frog Prince? Simply dress your little one up in a green jump suit, brush green eye shadow on their face and hands and they will be hopping to get their candy in no time!
This outfit is easy to make and easy on the wallet. Take a tank top, sew on a school design, add in a skort and your child will be cheering on Halloween night.
A helmet is all you need to add to your child’s ensemble to make their dreams of being a football player come to life.
A brown jumpsuit and black eye liner is all you need to give your little one the look of a motley looking puppy dog. Draw on a black nose and your little one will be barking with joy!
Add a little bit more to your dog costume by adding whiskers and a tail and your little one is ready to drink cream and meow with delight!
This is a really easy way to dress up your child like one of the classic characters of the Wizard of Oz. Simply take tin foil and cover a box that is fitted with holes for your little one’s arms, legs and head and add a foil covered cone and your child will be ready to ask the wizard for a heart!
Another classic of the movie Wizard of Oz. A simple blue and white patterned dress and braided pigtails, a stuffed dog to hold in their arms and your little one will be skipping down the yellow brick road!
This character is easy to make and a joy to emulate. Dress your child in loose, green pants and shirt, a yellow straw hat and stuff yellow yarn in the neckline and arms and your little one will be ready to dance down the road to meet the Wizard for a brain!
What team four wouldn’t be complete without the Cowardly Lion? Take an old fashioned mop top and dye it brown for the mane, dress your little one in a golden jumpsuit and your darling lion will be roaring for some courage!
Believe it or not, simply dressing up like a baby makes any little one adorable enough for some added treats. A pair of white shorts, a bib, a pacifier or bottle and the ensemble is complete!