It was the same time of the year. The air was crispy and the days were getting shorter and shorter, as if by magic, the leaves were burning, orange, red, and yellow. Yes, autumn is here, with (christopher columbus) celebrations and homecoming cheers, apple picking, corn maze, and, of course, half the sky. In this busy process, everything is going on. Finding an affordable Halloween costume for you or your child seems to be another scary thing on your list, not an interesting pastime. What’s more, if you buy clothes from a party store, you may spend a lot of money. So, in order to save your time and give you some more fun for Halloween, I did some dirty work and tidied up some things. A list of my favorite simple, frugal and unique diy clothes. Most of these clothes can be found at home or in local grocery stores or hardware stores.
Turning your child into an eight-legged marine creature is not as difficult as it seems. All you need is a sweatshirt with a headscarf, a pair of sweatpants / leggings, knee socks (3 pairs), grocery bags to fill them, tape and head spots. In addition to looking cute, your child keeps warm while teasing or healing.
Treat this as a wearable craft item. You need a small and medium moving box, tinfoil, construction paper, tape / glue, scissors, and an old spring or metal coil as a hat. Add a few ideas and you’ll get a timeshiker suit.
If you have a child in dance class, this suit suits you well. Take their dance tights, add a bowknot with a safety pin, glue or pin on the tail of the cotton ball, and make some ears out of felt and headscarves. You can also wear a beard or have your child take carrots as an extra gift.
They say it’s not good for a black cat to cross your path. But what’s wrong with such a cute and simple habit? To create this look, all you need is a black tights, a black shirt, and ears on a headscarf. If you want to walk an extra mile, you can coat your child’s face with a beard and a pink nose and add one. The tail is stuffed in a paper bag into black knee socks and attached with some safety pins.
Skeleton clothing is classic for a reason: it’s creepy, fun, and easy to make. To turn your chubby child into a skinny skeleton, you need black pants, a long-sleeved black shirt, white fabric paint and a template. Just use a pencil to draw bones on shirts and pants, and then draw them with white fabric. It’s been dry all day and trailer! Your child will be ready for Halloween pranks.
Dress up your pumpkin as a pumpkin! This suit is suitable for a lot of comfortable and warm babies on cold autumn nights. Everything you need can be found at home, or at a dollar store or Wal-Mart, making it cheap and easy. Just find or buy an orange long-sleeved shirt or sweatshirt, orange tights and an orange hat. Use a black hat. The fabric pen drew a Jack lantern face on the shirt and made a stem and leaf on the hat with some green felt.
Ninja clothes are not easy: turn your child black from head to toe, wrap a black belt with old toilet rolls and ropes, make nun cards with old toilet rolls and ropes, or find a plastic sword. The whole suit will not cost more than $10.