No-Sew Starbucks Latte Costume

No-Sew Starbucks Latte Costume

My friends and family all know that I can usually be spotted with a Starbucks cup in my hand so this was the perfect costume Idea for me . I started out using a bongo bag (it’s like a accordion like hamper) as a frame and stapled some poster board around it. I cut armholes … Read more

Cutest Homemade Hot Chocolate Costume Ever

Cutest Homemade Hot Chocolate Costume Ever

This Hot Chocolate costume was fairly easy. I took a small laundry basket ($1.00) and cut the bottom out. I then covered with felt ($3.74). I had the foam pads already but you can purchase a pack for  $1.00. I already had art paint. I bought a bag of white pom poms and and sparkling tissue … Read more

Coolest Tim Horton’s Coffee Cup Costume

Coolest Tim Horton's Coffee Cup Costume

I was working at a Tim Horton coffee shop. When it was getting close to Halloween, I thought it would be cool to make my favourite coffee as a costume, so I did. Using flexible cardboard, a few staples and styrofoam for the rim, it wasn’t long before my coffee cup came to life. After … Read more

Coolest No-Sew Coffee Costume (Was a Hit Everywhere we Went!)

Coolest No-Sew Coffee Costume (Was a Hit Everywhere we Went!)

So my 4 year old decided he wanted to be coffee, coffee, really what the heck crazy kid. So after scowering the internet I found some ideas but none that I really liked, bought  or wearable for a kid so I got to thinking. We went to Joann’s fabric, bought some light brown fabric, some … Read more

Last-Minute Starbuck’s Frappaccino Homemade Costume

Last-Minute Starbuck's Frappaccino Homemade Costume

After ordering a costume on the internet and trying it on and HATING it I was in a last minute costume frenzy to figure out what I was going to wear! I was having a Halloween party at my home and officially had no costume. I made a trip to my favorite Starbucks before heading … Read more

Last-Minute Ice Coffee Cup Costume: I am what I Drink

Last-Minute Ice Coffee Cup Costume: I am what I Drink

Here is how the last-minute Ice Coffee Cup costume: I am what I Drink came together. We are having a Halloween party at my job, private preschool with a Dunkin Donut shop across the street. Several co-workers frequent the shop on a daily basis. So, I was drinking my ice coffee, when it hit me. … Read more

Coolest Starbucks Coffee Cup Costume Idea

Coolest Starbucks Coffee Cup Costume Idea: I'm a Starbucks ADDICT so this Starbucks Coffee Cup Costume was perfect for me!  I started by picking up a lightweight (cheap) trashcan from the ha

I’m a Starbucks ADDICT so this Starbucks Coffee Cup Costume was perfect for me! I started by picking up a lightweight (cheap) trashcan from the hardware store, along with bungee cords (for straps) and white spray paint. Once home, I went to town spray painting the can and the lid with the white spray paint. It … Read more

Feminine Starbucks Iced Coffee Halloween Costume

Feminine Starbucks Iced Coffee Halloween Costume: As a dedicated iced coffee drinker and student with a huge test coming up on the day before Halloween, I decided I might as well be an iced coffee.  

As a dedicated iced coffee drinker and student with a huge test coming up on the day before Halloween, I decided I might as well be an iced coffee.  I figured I might even turn into one with the amount I was drinking in order to prepare for my test, so it seemed to be … Read more

Coolest Tim Horton’s Roll Up the Rim Coffee Cup Costume

I wanted to be something that everyone would just love and what better than Tim Horton's roll up the rim cup. I purchased a garbage can for $20 spra

I wanted to be something that everyone would just love and what better than  Tim Horton’s Roll Up the Rim Coffee Cup costume. I purchased a garbage can for $20, spray painted it red and printed out all the prizes. I had to draw the arrow and hot glue all the details (the front and … Read more

Original Pink Tea Pot Homemade Costume

So i covered an exercise ball with wallpaper paste and wall paper in a sort  of paper Mache technic and left to dry and then popped the ball and

I covered an exercise ball with wallpaper paste and wall paper in a sort  of paper mache technique and left to dry and then popped the ball and was left with a large hard paper globe. I used an old tumble dryer funnel for the handle and spout of the teapot and attached them to … Read more

Coolest Homemade Lipton Tea Bag Costume

I used a twin size ivory colored sheet to make this costome using wonder web to "sew" my seams together.  I also took orange and brown felt, c

I used a twin size ivory colored sheet to make this homemade Lipton tea bag costume using wonder web to “sew” my seams together.  I also took orange and brown felt, cutting them into 2 inch squares and stuffing the costume to mimic tea leaves.  I stapled a Lipton Tea box lid to a piece … Read more

Cheap Halloween Costumes

The cup part is actually a garbage can wrapped in Bristol board and we had to blow up the logo so it came out a little fuzzy. We put some touch-ups with green and black markers and white-out. The top is the top of the garbage can with a paper border to look like the … Read more