Coolest Homemade Fruit Costume Ideas

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If you like to eat apples and bananas, you might get hungry as you peruse through this collection of DIY fruit costumes. Fun, colorful and instantly recognizable, these awesome homemade costumes ideas are the ones to save for your next Halloween costume.

Unless you have a toddler in your house, you’ve never seen fruit worn quite this way before. Take a look at the creative homemade costumes all inspired by nature’s candy. For a really fun headpiece on your DIY costume, don’t miss the coolest pineapple costume below.

In addition, need a last-minute Halloween costume? Try the ever-popular bunches of grapes homemade costumes. Cheap and easy with a real presence, they always make for a DIY costume winner.

So, which fruit costume is your favorite? Will you try crafting one for your Halloween costume? If you do, please share it with us here to help spread the homemade costume inspiration!


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It all started with the strawberry then came the rest =) I took a lot of time to design my costume and get such a realistic view of the fruits. My fr

It all started with the strawberry then came the rest. I took a lot of time to design my costume and get such a realistic view of the fruits. My friends always support my crazy ideas and we were able to celebrate with style in Las Vegas Halloween 2011. The strawberry started out with a discussion I was having with a couple of friends of what the seed color of a strawberry was and the three friends said “black” haha. Read more »


Sweet Homemade Costume for a Baby: Little Baby Grape

Sweet Homemade Costume for a Baby: Little Baby Grape

I wanted to make an adorable and funny costume for my daughter’s first Halloween. And I had some time on my hands being at home and all.  You know, back when it’s your first child, and an easy child at that!  I decided on a grape costume.  I bought a big soft purple blanket for 5$ and made a loose fitting sleeveless onesie (eyeballing it) and then cut out plenty of purple circles from the rest of the blanket and other scraps of purple material and felt found here and there. Read more »