This year, why not gang up on Halloween in getups that groups can wear to share in the fun. Together, our costumes create scenes: a bouquet, a woodland, a night sky, and a cityscape. But individual outfits will also stand alone. All of the costumes start with solid-color stretch pants, tunics, sweatshirts, or jerseys; to match colors exactly, you can dye white pieces at home. The other components are easy to assemble, with virtually no sewing involved.
This blooming and beautiful flower bouquet costume is a visual treat; the trick is crafting a fabulous floral headband out of floral wire, fusible web, iron, felt, and fabric glue.
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Encourage kids to wander the enchanted forest in their spritely best on Halloween with a woodland creature costume that uses felt, patterned cotton fabric, and fusible web for a fashionable impact.
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Get galactic with a space costume that's simply stellar. Felt, glitter, and corrugated cardboard are the keys to this super solar costume.
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Elevate your family in a cardboard-crafted skyline of skyscrapers.
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Encourage your kids to save the day in a superhero cape customized with monogram letters and lightning bolts. As an added bonus, children can assist with the costume's creation by tracing their letter template and gluing the pattern to its rightful place on the cape.
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Give trick-or-treaters something to bah about by dressing your youngest in a lamb costume. A simple black leotard, wool-blanket batting, wool felt, and a snug knit hat are all you need to fashion the perfect costume for your favorite little lamb.
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Crepe, floral tape, and ribbon enhance an old t-shirt to create the ultimate farm-friendly pea pod costume for kids.
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Embrace autumn by sculpting a simple leaf garland out of wire, crepe, and flower tape to entwine a simple tee and pants.
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A lovely lily of the valley costume will suit your favorite flower child. Craft a crepe paper cap to rest atop verdant tights and a leotard for a gorgeous garden getup.