On Monday I shared my daughter’s costume for this year and I thought to myself that not everyone loves to DIY or faceprint the way I do. And since I love Etsy and come across handmade costume items, I thought I’d round up some affordable pieces for you.
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There are so many great simple handmade Halloween costumes ideas:
This first shop HERE is one of my favorites. They have options that would look great on an adult too. You have to check them all out.
This swan mask would look so sweet on a little girl in a tutu s well as a teenager or adult.
They have such great options for boys too. Check them out by clicking HERE.
This next shop has felt headbands instead of masks which are just as sweet. Who wouldn’t love a little unicorn? (click HERE)
My son and I were totally amazed at the paper craft masks available in the next shop (click HERE)
I can see teenagers or adults loving putting this together. they look cool just with normal outfits.
And best of all you can download the pattern and make more than one.
I’ve always had a thing for Indians and their history and dressed up as them for the German equivalent frequently as a kid. The following shop sells really affordable headdresses. I would have loved to had one as a kid to dress up with.
And cute little babies dressed up are always my favorite. How about a little gnome? (click HERE)
Adorable little bat wings (click HERE)
Or these cute little old ladies. They crack me up! (click HERE)
And lets not forget about the furry kids. I’m about died when I saw this little lion. And it looks just as adorable on a little dog. They have so many more costumes in their shop for pets (click HERE).
I’m in love with this little dragon too (click HERE)
And of course I have to throw something a little creepy into the mix for adults. This mask with a simple black outfit would look great and wouldn’t involve a lot of effort. (click HERE)
And you can buy full-blown amazing detail oriented costumes as well but they are so pricey. I mean who on earth spends $400-$500 on a costume??? I can see that they require a huge amount of time involvement and you have to pay for that. They certainly are amazing. I just had to share (click HERE). All her costumes are jaw dropping:
And then there are some where you have to pay $1300, wait say what??? Click HERE if you want to be in disbelieve 😉
Can you believe that our town decided to cancel trick-or-treat night because of all the horrible clowns I mentioned? Now what? This is going to leave a lot of kids heartbroken in our town. But we aren’t going to let that ruin our fun. I’m sure we can come up with something.
And of course have a wonderful weekend.
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