40 Awesome Homemade Kid Halloween Costumes You Can Actually Make October 4, 2012 by muddymonkeysmama 7 Comments Finding costume ideas that are easy enough for us regular folk to make can be tough. Time to wrap up your trick-or-treating goblin into these adorable Halloween costume ideas! 40 Awesome Homemade Kid Halloween Costumes You Can Actually Make! Audrey Hepburn from Etsy Peter Pan Costume from Make It and Love It Orange Knotted Tutu for Halloween Dress-Up by PamperedPrincesses Princess Leah Baby Costume from A Little Bit of Sunshine Izze Bottles Costume from Costume Works Dearth Vader Princess from Craftster Peacock Costume from Creatively Christy Mario and Luigi Costumes from Smashed Peas and Carrots Knit Princess Leia Inspired Bun Hat from LittleBirdLucy Cotton Candy Halloween Costume from Costume Works Baby Yoda from Japanese Ghost Thing 1 and Thing 2 Costume from Costume Works Jet Pack Explorer from Been There, Pinned That Starbucks Halloween Costume from Starbucks Little Old Man from Costume Works Scuba Diver Costume from Parenting.com Hot Air Balloon Costume from Country Living Rubik’s Cube from Instructables Logo Costume from Country Living Bag of Jelly Beans from Modern Kiddo Candy Box Costumes from Modern Kiddo Super Mario Bros. Costumes from Instructables Lego Indiana Jones Costumes from Instructables Baby Mummy from Eighteen25 Superhero Costume from Matha Stewart Cute-A-Saurus from Kids Stuff World Rapunzel from The Weekend Homemaker Wonder Woman and Batgirl from Blonde Design Cheerleader from Martha Stewart Baby Gnome by The Frisky Candy Girl from Babble Donut from Etsy Viking Costume from I Am Momma – Hear Me Roar Papa Smurf Costume from Costume Works Cell Phone Baby from Dvice Colorful Crayon Costumes from Parents.com The Flintstone and Rubble Families from Etsy Michael Phelps Olympic Swimmer from Let Me Stamp Piñata Costume from Costume Works Minions Costume from Coolest Homemade Costumes Share this:FacebookPinterestTwitterEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Author: muddymonkeysmama I’m the mama of two muddy monkeys. Leave it to my 6yo and 4yo to keep me on my toes. Through their craziness, sweetness and undeniable inexhaustible energy, they are teaching me as much about being a person as they are about being a parent.