Easy Homemade Halloween Costume For Adults

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Halloween Costumes are so much fun! Check out this easy Wolf Costume and Halloween Makeup, and many other easy Halloween Costume Ideas for kids and adults! Halloween. Find inspiration and step-by-step tutorials for DIY crafts such as beading, candle making, ceramics, jewelry making, macramé and much more.

I Want Candy. Sure, you've seen gumball Halloween costumes before (you'll never be able to erase the "slutty gumball machine" from 2. It's 3- D. Just be careful where you put the coin slot. See more on Pinterest. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Easy Homemade Halloween Costume For Adults

Provides many Halloween costume ideas for adults, children and groups. Also explores the tradition of dressing up and wearing masks. Martha loves Halloween. And that sentiment is reflected in the many costumes our editors have created throughout the years. From ghoulish to sweet, here are some of. This year, create one of these cute, creative, unique, and fun Halloween costumes for you! You'll also find fast and simple ideas, which are perfect for last-minute. We've rounded up our favorite family Halloween costumes for your frightening viewing pleasure.

Pregnant. Not only do you get to relive your favorite high school memories (those varsity jackets!), but you also get to make a little cheeky social commentary. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Mrs. Kool- Aid. A red tee, felt cutouts for a face and a (fake) brick wall to blast through are all you need to make this ultra- refreshing 8. Mr. Koolaid costume happen. Just be prepared for everyone born before 1. Oh yeaaaahhhh!" See more on Pinterest.

A suit is a very versatile Halloween costume item so we’ve assembled many ways to wear them creatively. Suit costumes are also office-friendly! Since many. If you need a Halloween costume but don't want to spend a lot of money, try these incredible makeup tutorials.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Thing 1 and Thing 2. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Kanga + Roo. Animal costumes are a perennial favorite for the ladies, and pregnant women don't need to be left out of the fun, especially with this easy mom- and- joey kangaroo costume.

Bonus points if you're actually planning on naming your baby Joey! See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Creepy Baby. Well this is.. Wait, what is that thing..

Nevermind.. That is just so.. Well, I'm so glad we.. No, I'm not.. If you'll excuse me.. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Pregnant Padme. Up your geek cred with this homage to Star Wars and galactic motherhood. It's essentially just a tunic top and leggings, so you'll be comfy no matter how long the party lasts. See more on Pinterest. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Mummy- to- Be. Wrapping yourself in fabric strips (or toilet paper, we won't judge) is the easiest costume ever — and it doubles as a pregnancy announcement!

We love this version with the eyes peeking out and a bow to automatically answer the first question everyone asks you. See more on Pinterest. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. A Hole In One. Giving new meaning to the word "score." See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Magic 8 Ball. Need a one- minute quickie costume? Throw on a black dress and put a white circle with the number 8 on your belly.

Need a funny- but- still- quick pregnancy costume? Print "yes" "no" and "maybe" in purple ink on your backside and offer to shake it. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Mommy to Bee. This costume definitely wins the award for best pun. All it takes is some bee wings, a white t- shirt, and some Sharpies. Photo courtesy of Kristy Yam. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. E. T. and Elliot.

This costume gets 1. Relive your favorite childhood movie (and its most iconic scene) with this E. T. costume. Photo courtesy of Natalie Alder. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Jack Skellington Stomach. If you're down to bare the bump, this Nightmare Before Christmas inspired tummy is fairly easy. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Beer Belly Baby. For when you want to keep things casual (maybe too casual). See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Carmen Sandiego. Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Special Delivery. Been a while since your significant other sent you flowers? Drop a hint with this costume. Or it's a play on the "delivery" pun. Whatever works for you. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

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Just a preparation for all the Dr. Suess books you will probably read your kids. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Outer Space. *Insert joke about your new baby being your whole world here.* See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Mike Wazowski. To pull off this costume you have to keep your hands in this exact position the entire night, but it's worth it. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Winnie the Pooh. The cutest story ever makes for the cutest costume ever. See more on Instagram. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Pokémon and Pikachu.

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Homemade Kids' Halloween Costumes Martha Stewart. Crepe paper is inexpensive and available in a rainbow of colors, and it can be tugged, stretched, and rolled into a multitude of shapes. But be careful: It is paper and can rip. Which is why we used it to create beguiling accessories - - hats, wings, garlands, and skirts - - instead of entire outfits. Here, we created a pair of wings to turn any trick- or- treater into the perfect butterfly.

DIY Halloween Decorations: 1. Easy, Inexpensive Ideas. Boo Bottles. Raid your recycling bin to make these glass ghosts in four easy steps: First, remove labels and caps from bottles (we used Perrier ones here). Spray- paint them white, then draw faces on with black marker. To finish this cheap Halloween decoration, throw in colorful straws for cute centerpieces. Decorations aren't the only thing you can DIY—you can whip up a homemade Halloween costume, too! Check out the cutest homemade costumes for kids andour favorite DIY disguises for adults.

Cobweb Coasters. Cups look creepy when sitting on these spindly saucers. To make these DIY Halloween decorations, hook five bobby pins onto a 3/8- inch flat metal washer. Then, wrap twine around and thread through each bobby pin. Spray- paint everything white for that ghoulish look, and scatter small toy spiders around the table. Making spooky crafts with the family is one of our favorite ways to have some fall fun without breaking the bank. Spooky Terrarium. The cute woodland world gets a spooky twist from Today’s Creative Blog.

After you search the backyard for twigs, moss, and rocks, scour the house for small Halloween- themed decorations like skulls and scary birds. Then, build your scene on an upside- down lid of a Mason jar. When your miniature landscape looks complete, screw the jar onto the lid and place in the window or next to your front door in lieu of a pumpkin. Want to take your decorations to the next level?

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The Graphics Fairy makes Halloween decorating easier with three free printables and a simple technique to transfer the images directly onto fabric using your regular printer. Make sure you have a full black ink cartridge.) Wooden embroidery hoops come from the craft store for under $2. If fabric hangings aren’t your thing, pop images into frames and hang them up around the house. Here's the psychology behind why you hate scary movies. Ghostly Lanterns.

These DIY Halloween decorations are cheap and cheerful. Draw spooky faces on empty, clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow. Speaking of spooky faces, did you know there's a totally logical reason you're scared of clowns? Content continues below ad. Forever Pumpkins.

For cheap jack- o- lantern decorations that will last past Halloween, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper or tissue paper. Add features with black construction paper, then pop in a tea candle—with flames, or battery- operated—and watch your "pumpkin" glow. We bet you didn't know the spooky history behind the jack- o- lantern tradition.

Crafty Spider Sacks. You won't want to dust away these Halloween cobwebs: Create chic, cheap yarn spider webs to decorate light fixtures, drape over curtains, or hang from a railing. Don't forget to attach a tiny plastic spider to each sack. Bloody Table Runner. The geniuses at Brit + Co. Halloween that much more festive with this so- simple- it's- insane DIY. Your materials: Gauze, red acrylic paint, and a paintbrush.

Dab your paintbrush into the red paint and sporadically brush along the gauze runner. For a truly Dexter- inspired look, swipe some red paint onto Mason jars for candle votives and on plastic cups (add a handprint or two for really gruesome settings). Are you brave enough to handle the most terrifying haunted houses in America? Lace Pumpkin. To give the classic lantern a new look, do like Amy from Positively Splendid and spray your pumpkins with white paint before wrapping them in strips of lace. No lace fabric handy? Try using a thick lace headband, or cut a strip of lace stocking and fit around the widest part of the pumpkin. Check out more of our favorite no- carve pumpkin decorating ideas.

Content continues below ad. Spider Garland. We screamed when we saw this creepy, crawly banner from Oh My! Creative. Glue black yarn “legs” onto a pom- pom and add a small dot of glue upon which to sprinkle orange sparkles. While the spiders are drying (2- 3 hours), cut the paper straws in half with scissors,” blogger Susan writes.

Sew through the belly of the spider.. Then string them along alternating spiders and straws.”Candy Corn Garland. Using paint chips in shades of yellow and orange, you can knock out these cheap DIY Halloween decorations—sweet candy corn garland! Another idea: turn the paint cards into mini jack- o- lantern shapes.

If you're having a Halloween party, make your guests laugh with these "corny" Halloween jokes. Candy Corn Vases. Set the scene with cheap candy corn vases by decorating a table, windowsill, or mantel.

For these DIY Halloween decorations, simply spray clean, empty bottles with orange, yellow, and white paint. Content continues below ad. Front Door Mummy. Make a ghoulish first impression with this five- minute Halloween door DIY from Honey and Fitz.

Halloween costume ideas with suits. Got a suit? You got a costume! This article idea has been simmering in my brain for nearly 1. Point Break and subsequent infatuation with the bank robbing Ex- Presidents it featured. I’ve always been a little fascinated by real ex- presidents, and when adding dated suits, guns, and a commanding presence into the mix, I was drooling to recreate their costumes for Halloween.

As time went on I noticed lots more films that featured badass main characters that simply wore a suit and a few equally easy to obtain accessories, and realized that a suit is a very versatile Halloween costume item. These are also office- friendly, which is cool since finding an appropriate yet fun costume for work can be daunting.

Since many people already have one on- hand, and adults are notorious for last- minute costumes, I knew this post could help inspire some quick, sleek, group costumes. So we’ll start with the Ex- Presidents from Point Break. This might be the hardest set of costumes to recreate due to the diversity of the suits and the chosen presidents, but it’s definitely going to look the coolest. To give you a point of reference for their styles of suits, and as an excuse to brush up on your history, I’ll also be listing their years of presidency.) On the far left we have Richard Nixon (3. Nixon mask. Next is Jimmy Carter (3. Carter mask. Ronald Reagan (4. Reagan mask. Although, note that the style of mask worn in the movie isn’t in production anymore, so if you find an old one be sure to snatch it up.

Finally there’s good old Lyndon B. Johnson (3. 6th prez from 6.

LBJ mask. I’ve seen Johnson masks available at sporadic times in the last 1. I can find. (If anyone finds a supplier, please leave the info in the comments!) Everyone should be wearing a white button- up shirt (except for Reagan who wears a dressier tux- friendly shirt) and white gloves. If anyone wants to identify the different guns they’re carrying, that would be a big help. UPDATE: See comments for gun info.) There’s not much online in the way of reference photos, but Infinite Coolness has the biggest gallery. A dressed- down version of the Ex- Presidents costume can be seen on Flickr.

If you’ve got a simple black suit, white button- up shirt, black tie, and black sunglasses, you’ve got several easy movie character costume options. For a group of people, Reservoir Dogs makes an impressive and simple group costume. Just make sure the ties are skinny, the glasses are Ray Ban (except for Mr. Orange), and that you each pick your moniker: Mr. White, Mr. Orange, Mr.

Blonde, Mr. Pink, Mr. Brown, or Mr. Blue. But don’t just settle for the look; if you’re going to wear the costume you’re going to need the attitude and some quotes. Delivery is of the utmost importance in any costume, but it is crucial when your outfit and accessories are simple and could be easily confused for “some dudes in suits”.

Same thing goes for Men In Black costumes. Just change the black tie to a wider width, get a pair of Ray Ban Predator sunglasses (Predator 2 for Agent J and Pedator 8 for Kay) and get your quotes & delivery down. The replica guns are no longer in production, but you can often find them on ebay.

New Eye Studio makes a replica Neuralizer that can be ordered over the phone. And here’s a closer look at the actual suit.

While a defined jaw isn’t going to hurt, what you really need for an Agent Smith costume is the black suit, black tie, silver bar tie clip, earpiece, slicked hair, and sunglasses. You’ll have to run through the revelation monologue at least once while you’re in this costume, and it never hurts to memorize a few fight scene poses in case you encounter another Matrix character. For a more innovative take on Agent Smith, check out this costume from Comi. Teenage Penpals And Dating here. Con. But please, don’t even think about wearing facial hair with this costume.

You have to make sacrifices for a great costume, and sometimes shaving is one of them. The final suit costume requires the right hair for both people, but this one is always a cult favorite.

Yep, Vincent and Jules from Pulp Fiction. There’s a new wig out this year that is perfect for Jules’ mini- fro. He sports some crazy facial hair so either grow your own or you’ll need huge sideburns, goatee & moustache, and soul patch. Vincent’s hair is a very simple style (long, straight, with slightly shorter layers in the front), but there’s no perfect wig available. I think the best bet would be the High Society wig due to the layers in front and the ends that flip slightly outward, but that side part looks like it might be trouble to change. The next best thing is the Unisex Pageboy wig, and if you straightened out the ends so they didn’t flip under and cut some layers around the front, then you’d be all set.

John Travolta has a signature widow’s peak so unless you were born with one, you need to fake it with a bit of black eyeliner. Bonus points if you have a cleft in your chin!