DIY Halloween Costumes for Girls

October 22, 2014 3 Comments

 

Our sweet little kiddo's will soon transform into spooks and goblins. With Halloween just around the corner we thought we would offer you a sampling of the last minute costume inspiration we have been pinning on our 'Halloween // Spooky Beautiful Board'. Psst... it's a little less fairy and a lot more awesomeness.

Girl Power Costumes


TOP ROW: Frida Khalo, bbmundo / Amelia Earhart, eHow / Mother Theresa, Isis Project
BOTTOM ROW: Rosie the Riveter, Finding Storybook Land / Super Girl, The Tortouse and the Hair / Maya Angelou, Isis Project

 

Story Book Costumes



TOP ROW: Little Miss Sunshine, RealSimple.com / Alice In Wonderland, Misha Lulu / Madeline, BuzzFeed
BOTTOM ROW: Little Red Riding Hood, YourSparkleBox / Charlottes Web, Martha Stewart / Sam I Am, Babble

 

Animal Costumes



TOP ROW: Dragon, Mokkisan / Mouse, Marie Claire / Snail, Oh Happy Day
BOTTOM ROW: Lamb, Parents / Chicken, Martha Stewart  / Dinosaur, Linna Xu

 




3 Responses

Karina
Karina

October 21, 2019

Very good information. Lucky me I ran across your blog by
chance (stumbleupon). I’ve saved as a favorite for later!

fotbollströjor

Dumyé
Dumyé

November 21, 2014

Florence, when I ran across it I just totally fell in love. I thought it was the coolest and the cutest thing ever. xx

Florence
Florence

November 21, 2014

The Maya Angelou costume???!!! I die.

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