Sunny days await you in this awesome collection of Sesame Street costumes. You will see all the cuddly characters here as adorable homemade costumes. Also, these DIY costumes are not just for kids. Take a look at all the adults joyfully dressing as their favorite childhood characters.
The level of detail in these homemade costumes is amazing. The actual Sesame Street puppets would be amazed. Using everything from foam heads to duct tape, these DIY costumes were major hits on Halloween.
In addition, these costume ideas are great if you are dressing up as a couple or a group. For an awesome couple costume idea, try Cookie Monster and a chocolate chip cookie or the hilarious Yip Yip Aliens. And get your whole family together to be a colorful, fuzzy gang.
So check out the fun-loving Sesame Street costumes below for your best DIY costume this Halloween!
Latest Sesame Street Costumes
- Scram! Easy Homemade Oscar the Grouch CostumeMy super cool Oscar costume I made inspired by a shaggy green sweater! This costume was easy to make and … Read more
- Doggie Doubles as Oscar the Grouch CostumeMissy (short for Missy Misdemeanor Elliott) is roaming the streets of DC this Halloween as Oscar the Grouch in a home-made … Read more
- The Most Realistic Oscar the Grouch Costume Ever!My son and I were watching Sesame Street like we usually do. On this particular day when Oscar the Grouch … Read more
- Cute Sesame Street Costume IdeasWe each made our own Sesame Street costume. Oscar: Hot glued moss (from any craft store) to my shirt, shoes … Read more
- No-Sew Cookie Monster and Cookie Couple CostumeMy boyfriend and I went in this cool couple costume as the Cookie monster and Cookies last Halloween. It was … Read more
- Original Homemade Yip Yip Meets Monsters Inc. CostumeSo Halloween is my FAVORITE day of the year. I always start scowering the internet a year in advance for … Read more
- Uber Cute Sesame Street Group CostumeWe’ve got a big family, and we wanted to get as many of them involved as we could. It started … Read more
- Cutest Baby Oscar the Grouch CostumeMy two year old son insisted on being Cookie Monster, so his baby brother had to match and be warm, … Read more
- Cool Homemade Sesame Street Family CostumesMy 2 year old son is obsessed with Cookie Monster (and cookies in general) and insisted on being him for … Read more
- Awesome Homemade Oscar the Grouch CostumeI decided to do Oscar the grouch because i had seen many different types of costumes for him. I remember … Read more
- Coolest Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch CostumesAlthough my two daughters are getting older, they still love Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch! And believe me, each … Read more
- Sesame Street Costumes with Papier Mache MasksThe basic structure of the Sesame Street mask consists of a balloon, which was covered with papier mache. Cover 3 … Read more
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When my two year old became obsessed with Elmo I knew that was what she was going to be for Halloween. So I decided that my husband and I would join in on the fun too! I handmade Count Von Count and Big Bird, but bought Elmo at a thrift shop for 8 bucks. To make Count, I started with the head. I took a lot advice from another costume on this site. We already had a foam ball head from a previous homemade costume(Jack in the Box) that I recycled. I cut a mouth opening with a knife, sprayed it with spray adhesive and wrapped it with purple fleece pulling it toward the back where I knew the hair would be to reduce as many wrinkles as possible. Read more »
My son and I were watching Sesame Street like we usually do. On this particular day when Oscar the Grouch came on his face lit up! “I know what I want to be for Halloween this year” he exclaimed. “I want to be Oscar the Grouch!” Of course I had to ask him why. He said to me, “I’m always happy but sometimes I can be a little grouchy.” I smiled at him and said, “Oh honey, I think we can all be a little grouchy sometimes.” Read more »