6 DIY Halloween Kids’ Costumes That You Can Make Faster Than Amazon Can Deliver
Halloween is fast approaching, and you had so many grand ambitions of making that complicated Where the Wild Things Are costume from scratch. But while you may not be up for a huge project, you can still DIY it. Here, six clever ideas you can throw together practically overnight.
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It’s as simple as putting the pants under the pastel-colored onesie you already own. And you can make the leg warmers by cutting off the feet on a pair of kid-sized socks. 80s genius.
The scarf is the key item in this magic (vs. muggle) inspired look, dreamed up by Leah and Jenni over at Love & Lion. Peep your local Good Will store or comb through your closet to find one—anything in a burgundy(ish) hue will do—then throw on a white tee, casual black hoodie and oversized glasses. The true marker of Harry Potter is that penciled on forehead lightning bolt, after all.
Yep, the aardvark—and star—of the PBS Kids TV show is also one of the easier Halloween costumes to pull off. All you need is a denim bottom, mustard-colored top, oversized glasses and paper ears, according to blogger Arin Solange.