Halloween is just around the corner and today I wanted to showcase even more DIY Halloween Costume Ideas that you can create using commonly found items at your local second-hand store.
Last year I compiled a really great list of Easy DIY Halloween Costumes that were truly a hit with our readers.
Luckily, I was able to find seven more DIY Halloween costumes that I think would be easy to pull off and oh-so-affordable!
One of the biggest movies this summer was Despicable Me 2.
Often costumes from our favorite movie characters are expensive, but I found this easy DIY Minion Costume on make and takes that would be perfect for your own little minion.
The best part is that you only need to find a yellow hat and the other supplies are commonly found in your home or inexpensive to purchase (pipe cleaners, toilet paper roll, scissors, stapler, elastic, and a little paint).
This costume wins for both ease of creation and for being wallet-friendly too!
What could be more recognizable than the, “We Can Do It!” campaign?
I love this costume because you can create the headpiece with an old red t-shirt that you decorate with a little paint.
The rest of the outfit can most likely be pieced together with items you already have in your closet and with a simple flex of your muscle, you are ready to go!
Check out Crafted in Carhartt
for several great DIY ideas including the Rosie the Riveter costume.
One of my favorite movies of all-time is, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
I love this Holly Golightly costume that you could piece together with items you found at your store along with items you probably have tucked away in your closet.
With a simple little black dress, some costume jewelry, a pair of sunglasses, and some black gloves
you have the makings for a perfectly classy Halloween costume.
This is a great costume for yourself or for an adorable little girly-girl in your life!
I am sure it comes as no surprise that I am a huge fan of good old-fashioned costumes and this Sun-Maid Raisin Girl costume is about as cute as they come!
Add a little ric rac
to a white Goodwill t-shirt and pick up a basket from the Housewares department.
Fill it with real (or fake) raisins and grapes
for the big night and hit your local Halloween party supply store for a bonnet
Head on over to wip
to get the scoop on this great costume idea full!
You don’t have to have spend a lot to pull off a great costume and that is why I absolutely love this Mona Lisa costume for its simplicity and ease in creation.
Dress your child up in a a dress and they will be ready to wow everyone with this costume that is truly a work of art!
Boy costumes can be tough around here and this DIY Lumberjack costume is one of my new favorite boy costumes.
Bonus points should be given if you have time to make an ax out of cardboard!
My son is LEGO obsessed and that is why I love this fun LEGO Indiana Jones costume for Halloween.
Although creating the LEGO head is a bit of work, what little boy wouldn’t love creating this with you or their Dad?
I hope these ideas inspire you this year! Here is a flashback costume that I created for myself two years ago! Yes, even I love to dress up for the season!
Happy Halloween, everyone!
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