Coolest Baby Dragon Costume

Coolest Baby Dragon Costume

My baby boy, Winter, was eight months old just before Halloween and he had begun to crawl. My husband commented that he walked a lot like an iguana, and he really did – one splayed little hand at a time. The Baby Dragon costume hatched. He grew out of this costume three times in a … Read more

Coolest Baby Snail Costume

Homemade Baby Snail Costume

I wanted a “belly” costume for my daughter who wasn’t yet walking. I made the snail shell out of strips of fabric sewn together and stuffed with batting. I then rolled it up and stitched it so that it would stay in a roll. I then affixed some Velcro to the shell and to the … Read more

Sweet DIY Baby Peacock Costume

Baby peacock

I couldn’t find a peacock costume at the store and I wanted something special for my daughter. So, I decided to make one out of tulle, a crochet stretch band and peacock feathers. It took about a week to complete and cost me about 20 dollars to make (which is a steal if I may … Read more

Coolest Homemade Humpty Dumpty Baby Halloween Costume Idea

Homemade Humpty Dumpty Baby Halloween Costume Idea

For Elliot’s first Halloween, I wanted to make a special costume but I didn’t have the time or sewing skills to make an elaborate get-up, so I put together a great costume hack. I decided to make a simple Humpty Dumpty costume that hangs off of a hooded sweatshirt, making Elliot look like a big-headed … Read more

Coolest Presidential Baby Stroller Costume

Homemade Presidential Baby Stroller Costume

First drape the stroller in black cloth or dark navy. You can print out the signs for “The White House” and “Presidential Seal”. Take a piece of sturdy cardboard that you can zip tie to the stroller. This will serve as the podium. You can use a wand from an unused sprayer to serve as … Read more

Coolest Homemade Jack in the Box Stroller Costume

Homemade Jack in the Box Stroller Costume

I knew, before my son was born, that I wanted to make him a Jack in the Box for his first Halloween, since we were naming him Jackson. He is only 9 months old, so I wanted to incorporate his stroller in his costume. I got an infant clown costume on EBay, spruced it up … Read more

Coolest Baby Glowworm Costume

Coolest Baby Glowworm Costume

We made my daughter a baby Glowworm costume, fashioned after the old-school original toy. It was a bunting costume, since she was only 3 months. Kept her arms and legs nice and warm and bundled up. I got some soft green material and lined it. Stuffed the ribs of the Glowworm body so that they … Read more

Coolest Homemade Baby Cabbage Patch Costume

Homemade Baby Cabbage Patch Costume

I decided to make my daughter a Baby Cabbage Patch costume because so many people say she looks like a doll! I got the idea, from another submitted costume, to put the box around the stroller so it could be taken out for trick or treating. We took a box and fit it to the … Read more

Coolest Homemade Roast Turkey Baby Costume

Homemade Roast Turkey Baby Costume

For the breast of this Roast Turkey Baby Costume I traced the roast turkey template. Cut out, creating two heart shapes of equal size. Sew and leave a 2-inch opening. I filled it with stuffing and closed it. Sew a straight line down the center. Tuck the point under. Cut out two 8-by-8-inch tabs. Sew … Read more

Coolest Mini Homemade Baby Lego Costume

Mini Homemade Baby Lego Costume

This Mini Homemade Baby Lego Costume is my 3 month old grandson’s first Halloween Costume. He placed 1st and 3rd in two different contests. We used foam, dyed it blue and cut out the different pieces to shape it like a Lego. We used hot glue to add the dots on to the solid rectangle … Read more

Coolest Homemade Baby Cupcake in a Stroller Costume

Homemade Baby Cupcake Costume

We wanted our 7 month old daughter to be a cupcake for her first Halloween. But, since she’s so young and would be in a stroller for much of the occasion, I decided to turn her stroller into a giant cupcake as part of her Homemade Baby Cupcake Costume. She is wearing a knitted cupcake … Read more