6 Super-Easy Halloween Food Costumes for Kids
If you think making Halloween costumes for your kids requires too much time and effort, think again. While it’s always going to be easier to shop on Amazon or go to your local party store, there are also some surprisingly easy ideas that require minimal effort and look extra adorable.
These DIY food costume ideas on Primary make it easy to shop the basic look and add some extra embellishments. You can purchase the shirts and pants on their site and then DIY the rest. For the most part these are affordable options as well — most costumes, the site indicates, are under $25 for the complete look. If you consider how much you’d spend on something from Amazon (plus that extra shipping if you don’t have Prime), then it’s a steal. Here are some of my top picks for this year!
1. Cotton Candy Costume by The Playhouse
I’m starting this list with the hardest costume, but honestly, it’s not even that complicated. I swear! You can purchase the pink shirt and pants through Primary, and you use adhesive spray to attach the pink polyester fiber fil to create the cotton candy look. No sewing required!
See the tutorial: Cotton Candy Costume by Primary
2. Carrot Costume by The Playhouse
All you need for this costume is the orange shirt and pants — which you can buy through Primary — and then a green hat you make out of green paper and ribbon.
See the tutorial: Carrot Costume on Primary
3. Ice Cream Sundae Costume by Primary
You can buy the pants and the onesie on Primary, and then you just need different-colored felt to create the sprinkles and cherry hat.
See the tutorial: Ice Cream Sundae Costume from Primary
4. Grape Costume by Taylor Made Creates
For this costume you need purple pants and shirt (which you can find on Primary) and then a bunch of purple balloons. So easy!
Get the look: Grape Costume from Primary
5. Kiwi Costume by Taylor Made Creates
For this costume you get the green shirt and shorts from Primary, fabric paint, and then some camel-colored felt for the kiwi cape.
Get the look: Kiwi Costume from Primary
6. Strawberry Costume by Taylor Made Creates
For this costume you buy the green pants and red dress on Primary, and then paint on the yellow seeds and make a cute collar out of green felt to complete the look.
Get the look: Strawberry Costume by Primary
Do you have a favorite costume? What are your kids dressing up as for Halloween? Let us know in the comments!
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