1. Cotton Candy
Does your little one have a sweet tooth? Who wouldn't love to be dressed up as this fluffy treat? Click here for a full tutorial
If you have a box and some white cardstock, you can make this beautiful swan princess costume! Instructions here.
3. Where the Wild Things Are
I adore this costume! 'Where the Wild Things Are' has always been one of my favorite children's books and this costume nails it with very little work. Find out how here.
4. Doe a Deer
This little deer is so cute! You can probably pull this costume together with things you have around the house and some sticks for the antlers.
5. Baby Burrito
Oh my gosh! What a perfect costume for a baby! Just use a beige swaddle blanket an hat, stick in some play food, finish with tinfoil on the bottom, and you're done!
6. Up (Carl Fredricksen
It looks like the only thing you would need to make on this adorable costume is the walker! Just dress your little one in brown pants, a grey cardigan, then add a bow tie. Then just grab a few balloons and pop the lenses out of some old sunglasses and you're good to go!
7. Crazy Cat Lady
This is hilarious! Sew some cat stuffies all over a bath robe, throw on some slippers and vintage looking glasses and add some rollers (you could probably use toilet paper rolls for the hair).
8. Gumball Machine
So cute! It looks like this one was made by hot gluing craft pom poms to a hooded shirt and then using some craft felt to add the 25¢ to the front of a red shirt.
9. Starbucks Frappuccino
I love this one! You can probably make it by gluing or stapling a piece of bristol board into a tube, adding some felt and printing the starbucks logo to glue to the front. Add shoulder straps to the top using ribbon and staples. Then add something fluffy to the top of the cup (even tulle or fiberfill). Add some of the fluffy stuff to a headband then top it off with a paper towel tube painted green!
10. Bag of Jellybeans
This one is so easy! Just get a clear bag, cut some holes for the legs and arms, fill with small balloons and tie at the shoulders. You can print out the Jelly Bean logo to tape to the front!
Here's an adorable snail costume! My daughter would love this costume. You can find the full tutorial here.
12. Little Old Ladies
I've seen this one floating around for a while, but it is sooo cute! You could make this by hot gluing some craft pompoms (or even cotton balls) to a baby hat, popping out the lenses on some glasses and just dressing your baby in a floral dress and cardigan!