fbpx
Home » DIY and Crafts » The Cutest Dress Up Costumes

The Cutest Dress Up Costumes

I know we don’t really celebrate Halloween in South Africa but my feeds are all full of really cute Halloween costumes, so I thought I would put a few of my favourites together for you. We may not do Halloween but schools are always doing dress up days and some of these costumes are just too cute.

The geek in me loves this Rubix Cube costume – you can use this for any age child (or even adult) and it is pretty easy to make with some boxes and paint.

The Cutest Dress Up Costumes | HarassedMom

This may be one of my all time favourites. Seriously though doesn’t she look just like Raggedy Ann?

The Cutest Dress Up Costumes | HarassedMom

This is another pretty easy one to make with stuff you have at home and everyone loves a robot.

I know this one says scuba diver but you can easily make these as jet packs as well.  

This is cutest idea for a baby in a carrier! Check out the link, it has some more super cute ideas.

If we ever did get dressed up for Halloween or some other dress up event, I would do this. We all love Lego and this is just the coolest idea.

The wind up screw at the back of this one makes this outfit. It is also super easy to make , you can use any clothes you have and make the wind up thing with some cardboard. 

This costume is probably more reflective of mom’s favourite things but isn’t is just the best? I love it. 

I liked this one because the little girl looks super cute and who doesn’t love a candy machine, right?

I think you could probably dress up as every one of Johnny Depp’s characters. I am a big Johnny Depp and this Edward Scissorhand’s costume is off the charts cute.

If your kids have dressed up for Halloween or a school dress up day, what have you dressed them up as?

10 Cute Dress Up Costumes For Kids | HarassedMom

Follow:

3 Comments

  1. 13 August, 2018 / 5:33 pm

    These are super cute! I’m not one who sews, but that robot costume looks doable. And my son would love it!

  2. Krystal Miller
    14 August, 2018 / 2:36 am

    These are such cute ideas. We did Lego movie costumes last year!

  3. MamaCat
    14 August, 2018 / 1:20 pm

    I made crocky wock the crocodile from Roald Dahl one year, and a zulu costume another year. I love to sew.
    Now I am sewing costumes for the school concert.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

shares