Coolest Homemade Headless Lady Costume

Homemade Headless Lady Costume

Headless Mell was inspired by all the other Headless costumes on this site. It was a challenge to figure out how to create it but with all the tips from all the others – I had a “head” start. I started this Homemade Headless Lady Costume out with a toddler’s rolling backpack ($7), which was … Read more

Coolest Homemade Headless Zombie Halloween Costume Idea

Homemade Headless Zombie Halloween Costume Idea

My daughter decided on a homemade headless zombie Halloween costume idea last year so we thought about it all year around and as Halloween approached she decided to make it a Headless Zombie Woman. We scouted out the local thrift store and found a black dress with long black matching coat for the dress $5.00. … Read more

Original DIY Headless Girl Costume

Homemade Headless Girl Costume

We got the idea online for our Homemade Headless Girl Costume so we went down to the local Goodwill and bought a roll around child’s back pack, a black dress and gloves for all less then 10 bucks. Then we cut the back pack part off and lifted the handle and glued it up then … Read more

Creepy Homemade Headless Costume

Homemade Headless Costume

You know how hard it is to please the family for those big holiday dinners? You can’t go wrong with this meal! I made this Headless Costume with a thrift store dress, an old backpack, some newspaper, masking tape, and craft paint. I took two long cardboard wrapping paper rolls and put wadded up newspaper … Read more

Coolest Homemade Headless Bride Costume

Homemade Headless Bride Costume

I was cleaning out my closet and I had this wedding dress that I had bought at a thrift store. I was going to use pieces off it for another project. It is a beautiful gown, I didn’t want to just throw it away. I decided to use it for Halloween, I didn’t want to … Read more

Coolest Homemade Headless Anne Boleyn Costume

Homemade Headless Anne Boleyn Costume

My Husband and I had been watching the TV Series, The Tudors, so, when it came time to decide on this year’s Halloween costumes, we were both quick to choose Henry the VIII and a headless Anne Boleyn. I made a dummy body with insulation foam spray (sprayed into a cellophane lined tinfoil molded body … Read more

Cool DIY Headless Costume

Homemade Headless Costume

I made this Homemade Headless Costume for the Denver 2011 zombie crawl and the Fetish Ball. The costume came out so good that I ended up on three news web sites. 7 news, Denver Metromix (their photo), and the Denver Post even though there were somewhere between 15,000 to 30,000 people on the Denver 16th … Read more

Original Homemade Headless Boy Costume

Homemade Headless Boy Costume

Found this homemade headless boy costume idea from this site! Everyone loved it! Used parts we had at home and cost only 5$ for the fake blood and make-up! Used an old Star Wars kite and stockings filled with plastic bags… an old foam head minus the head – pretty cool and very scary!

Cool Homemade Headless Bride Costume

Homemade Headless Bride Costume

This year I wanted to be something different from everybody, but scary at the same time. I decided to make a Homemade Headless Bride Costume. I had an old mannequin that I used in order to sell clothes on eBay. I bought an old wedding dress for $25.00 at the Goodwill store, cut a hole … Read more

Coolest Homemade Decapitated Woman Costume

Homemade Decapitated Woman Costume

I made this homemade decapitated woman costume all out of paper mache, I formed the upper body and arms out of wire and tape then paper mache’d it and painted it, for the cut neck to look more realistic I used the expandable foam in a can. The dress is a long formal from a … Read more

Coolest Headless Boy Costume

Homemade Headless Boy Costume

I saw the original Homemade Headless Boy Costume on this website a couple of years ago. My son wanted to do it so I thought we’d add our own touches. 1. I found an old tshirt of my son’s and hot glued the shoulder areas to a long piece of cardboard. 2. I then glued … Read more

Cool DIY Headless Halloween Costume

Homemade Headless Halloween Costume

Michael and I made this Homemade Headless Halloween Costume using a rolling backpack. We duck taped the handles to they would stay upright. We used 2 faucet insulators for shoulders, and duct taped them to either side of the upright handle. We used 2 triangular faucet insulators for the neck and head, and duct taped … Read more

Jar-Head Headless Boy 8

This costume is a variation of the “headless-boy” costume we’ve made in previous years that was just too spooky! It’s easy to make out of cardboard and old clothes. You simply use cardboard to build some fake shoulders and fake arms that rest on the child’s shoulders. Then you use an old trench coat that … Read more

Scary DIY Headless Bride Costume

Homemade Headless Bride Costume

This is a Homemade Headless Bride Costume. I used plaster of Paris bandages and made a mold of my upper torso and painted it to look like flesh. I then sprayed the inside of the mold with spray foam and glued it to a rolling back pack. I attached a wedding dress longer than I … Read more

Coolest Homemade Headless Butler Costume

Homemade Headless Butler Costume

For this homemade headless butler costume we started with a back pack and bubble wrap. We used a lot of duct tape and made a form which we stuffed into a shirt. When he put the backpack on his back he stuck his head thru the shirt and we cut a hole in the apron … Read more

Cool Headless Homemade Costume

Homemade Headless Costume

This Homemade Headless Costume was actually an idea from this page. I used almost everything from things lying around the house. The coat and paint were the only things we purchased and the coat only cost a couple dollars (the thrift store was perfect for this costume). We used old pool ladder handles for the … Read more

Coolest Head In A Jar Costume

Homemade Head In A Jar Costume

My daughter saw an illusion costume online with a head on a platter and came up with this Homemade Head In A Jar Costume idea. To construct we took a old back pack and went to local hardware store and bought PVC pipe, elbows, and T-fittings to construct frame coming out of backpack. Just used … Read more