DIY || Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Costume

If you are looking for a fun DIY Halloween costume for kids, you’ve come to the right place! The Lorax costume is easy to make with no sewing involved! Grab your glue gun and orange fur and make this fun costume for kids of all ages. If your kiddo has activist inclinations (or you work for the tree permitting office of Austin) then this might be the costume for you! At a time when things are nothing if not political, what better way to make a statement than with this fun and bright Dr. Seuss’, The Lorax costume. It’s super …

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DIY Halloween || Mermaid + Merman Couples Costume

This super easy and fun couples costume idea is perfect for Halloween and all of your other costume parties. Easy to make and super stylish, this DIY costume is sure to make you stand out in the crowd! Let the Halloweening continue!  I am out in Seguin, Texas this week shooting on location– doing a very different kind of costuming than what we have for you here today!  While most of our costumes have always been kid-centric because they are just so much fun to dress up.  Today our editorial manager, Britt, obliged to bring this …

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DIY Halloween || Paw Patrol Skye Costume

This easy character costume idea is perfect for kids! My Paw Patrol Skye Costume is an easy homemade costume that requires no sewing and uses normal clothes that can be re-worn at a later date. I feel like the comparison of this year’s Halloween costume and last year’s is the perfect visual reminder that so much can change in a year.  Most people agree that the greatest amount of change comes in the first year of life. They go from little newborns, totally dependent on their mamas with little more than a few reflexes to walking …

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DIY Halloween || Chocolate Chip Cookie Costume

This easy no effort Chocolate Chip Cookie Costume is perfect for toddlers and kids. A cheap and easy Halloween costume idea that requires no sewing. You can easily size this up for adults too! There’s no denying that some things are just less fun with toddlers, like staying up late on a Friday night when there’s a human alarm clock in the next room or sharing a hotel room with said toddler in another time zone.  Other things, though, like holidays, become infinitely more fun with a two year old on the scene like Halloween and …

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