Coolest Starbucks Coffee Costume

I wanted something original for Halloween last year for my oldest daughter. She loves Starbucks hot chocolate, and I love their coffee! So our minds were made up, a Starbucks Coffee costume!

I bought a small laundry basket ($1.97), some brown fabric ($2 yd) and a piece of poster board ($.50). I cut the bottom out of the basket, then measured where to cut the armholes. I wrapped the poster board around the basket, and got glued it down. Then I lined the top of the basket with the brown fabric and left a hole for her head.

I printed out the Starbucks logo (super sized) off of my computer, and glued it to the front of the ‘cup’. The handle is made from poster board as well. She wore some brown leggings and a brown long sleeve T that she already had and was good to go!

She got so many compliments and was running around telling everyone ‘you can drink me!’ haha It was a good time.

9 thoughts on “Coolest Starbucks Coffee Costume”

  1. Wow! I am a Starbucks fanatic and began searching for a costume in it’s regard for my company costume party. This was such a unique idea and it turned out fabulous! I had to comment on it!

    Regards,

    Nicole

  2. omg you you are a life saver! Halloween is a couple of weeks away and I really wanted to be a Starbucks cup. But I have never seen anybody do it so my mom and I have tried everything, NOTHING WORKED! So this was my last and final hope or I was going to be a cheap thing from the store. so just wanted to say thanks a million.

  3. i just wanted to say as thanks a million for this, as you know it is coming down to last weeks until this. I really love this idea, thanks a million, you were my last hope, I cant say it a enough, thank you
    p.s
    instead I have 2 of the little round laundry baskets and I am a frapatieno and I made a paper mushai straw

  4. Wow! Just was showing my brother this page and didn’t know it was still open! I was talking with Kate about all her costumes throughout the years, this is my daughter! lol We had so much fun making this. Tips for future costume makers, I bought everything at Wal Mart. For the logo, I just blew it up online after saving it on my google image search. ;)

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