Halloween is creeping closer, and we all know what that means – it’s time to transform your little pumpkin into the star of the spooky show! From everyone’s beloved character, the Little Mermaid, to teeny-tiny superheroes, we’ve got a cauldron full of adorable baby Halloween costume ideas. Stay tuned for some spine-tingling inspiration to make your baby the beau and belle of the Halloween ball!
Dressing up our babies in Halloween costumes is like adding a sprinkle of enchantment to the season. Nothing can beat the joy on a child’s face when you let them play dress-up as their favorite cartoon character, princess, mini-monster, animal, or even food.
And, let’s be honest, the cuteness factor is off the charts! Seeing our babies in those costumes really melts our hearts, and they spread smiles wherever they go. But wait, stumped for ideas? Here are a bunch of ideas for baby Halloween costumes that you can do yourself!
Wind Up Doll
This baby costume requires nothing more than a cute infant, a gorgeous vintage outfit, a hair ribbon, and a wind-up key. A toilet paper roll, a Styrofoam ball, and a cardboard cutout were sprayed with gold to create the wind-up key.
Any parent or baby who loves dragons will like this costume, designed for the children’s book Dragons Love Tacos. Spikes can be made by attaching a sponge to a plain hoodie and pants.
Despite the widespread popularity of Sleeping Beauty costumes, you’ve never seen anyone in Maleficent’s guise, right? You know your little one has some sass hidden inside, and this outfit will help bring it out!
And what baby girl doesn’t like something with a unicorn on it? This homemade toddler outfit is cute and simple to make. A white toddler sweater, white leggings or sweatpants, yarn, and felt are all you need to make this adorable costume.
Adorable Little Mermaids, the skirts are so easy to make with elastic and stripes of Tule, some shells, and material.
Cute Little Old Lady Costume
Have you ever seen your child dressed up as the cutest little old lady? With her tiny walker and a head full of cotton ball curls, she’s ready to steal hearts and candy. She may not have all her teeth, but she’s got an abundance of charm. And when she says, “Trick or treat, dearie,” in that adorable squeaky voice, you’ll forget all about the spooky stuff and just want to give her all the candy in the world!
Isn’t she cute in her Ladybug outfit? It’s extremely cute if you make it yourself out of a red and black blouse, spotted leggings, a red tulle skirt, wings, and a headband. You’ll love it. To create this lovely ladybug outfit, all you need is a red tulle dress and some black spot leg warmers.
Little Cowgirl Costume
You’ll love this costume’s colors; again, the skirt can be custom-made or fashioned from scraps. It is a very simple outfit but looks amazing.
Your little girl is sure to love the pink, red, or brown cowgirl boots that you get for her. The hat can be ordered online, and the rest of the outfit may be made with just a few inexpensive items: a white top, a scarf, and some tights.
If you want a cowgirl costume for your kid, this is ideal. After all, you won’t have to spend a bunch because you know how quickly they grow out of things.
Adorable Baby Octopus Costume
This is really adorable, and you can create one with only some tights (or fabric if you know how to sew) and some stuffing. This baby octopus costume is a cinch to sew if you’re handy with a needle and thread, and it’s hilarious when worn, or you could simply purchase one.
Jessie from Toy Story
Does your little child enjoy watching Toy Story? Just try dressing up as Jessie. Find a long jean skirt at Goodwill, attach yellow felt to a white T-shirt with glue, and pick up a cowboy hat.
Baby David Bowie
This is, hands down, the most impressive infant Bowie costume ever. Sarah Ivy used a blue leotard, red leggings, hair dye, and face paint to transform her lovely, cute son Finn into Baby Bowie.
There is nothing cuter than a baby panda bear: the real ones and the costumed ones. In less than 30 minutes, you can create this adorable DIY baby panda costume with a black onesie, some felt, and a white hat. Put this adorable panda bear costume together with some thread or some hot glue.
Cute Deer Costume
How adorable is she, anyway? It’s such a cute and simple craft; I love it! Making a tulle skirt is a breeze; all you need is some elastic for the waist and some tulle in a variety of colors cut into strips. Brown tights, brown jumpsuits, face paint, little boots, a headband with twig ears, and some face paint are all you need. This is such a baby step.
These cute deer costumes aren’t only for Halloween anymore; you can wear them all the way through Christmas, too! It is a cute idea to dress your baby up for Halloween, and don’t forget about Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, either.
Alice In Wonderland Costumes
Many children look forward to Halloween because they get to play dress up. And what could be more enjoyable than dressing up as an Alice in Wonderland character? You can dress up as anything from the White Rabbit to the Mad Hatter. Many costumes are also easy enough to make at home with only a few basic items.
To recreate a Mad Hatter costume, you only need a striped shirt, a pair of black pants, and a top hat. A white onesie or t-shirt and some rabbit ears might serve as the basis for a White Rabbit costume. Whatever costume you choose, your toddler will surely have a blast trick-or-treating in an Alice in Wonderland-themed outfit.
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