DIY Costumes from Pop Culture
Okay, it’s true, I hate Halloween…but I love costumes and themed parties. We have thrown more than I can count over the years (and have more planned). I love brainstorming for these and coming up with costumes, foods, and games to go with our themes.
So here are some of our favorite DIY costumes from pop culture.
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This Joker costume was spot on and easy to put together!
Pet Sematary costumes are easy if you are willing to put in a bit of time creating some paper mache masks. This was a fun project for all of us!
Classic 21 Jumpstreet Costumes
At our 21 Jumpstreet party, we had the McQuaid brothers, a couple of police officers and some amazing 80’s costumes. These can all be put together from a thrift store or items in your closet.
Dwight Schrute from The Office
Fact: A Dwight Schrute costume is the best costume ever.
Ducky Dynasty costumes for the win
We already owned everything here except the fake beards.
For more ideas check out our Duck Dynasty Party.
Items needed for Kip costume:
Napoleon Dynamite never goes out of style.
For more ideas check out our Flippin’ Sweet Napoleon Dynamite party.
There are endless ways you can go with Hunger Games costumes.
From the tributes to citizens from the capital. You can very likely throw a costume together from items you already own.
Click here for more Hunger Games costume ideas.
There is nothing more simple than a Georgie costume from the movie It.
We already owned the raincoat so all we needed to add was the balloons and a couple paper boats!
For more inspiration check out my It-Themed Photoshoot
Boxtroll costumes are literally as easy as a box. Anyone can pull this off.
Anyone can pull this off by simply digging through their recycling bin.
Esme Squalor from A Series of Unfortunate Events
All of the items for this costume were purchased at Goodwill.
Wonder Woman Cosplay Costume
How about this fun cosplay take on Wonder Woman?
What are your kids dressing up as for Halloween? Do you do homemade costumes or store-bought?