What Are Some Easy To Make Halloween Costumes?
What are some easy to make or homemade Halloween costume ideas for children or adults and how do you make them?
Scary costumes for kids: ghost
Old bed sheet + holes for he eyes = spooky ghost
Scary halloween costumes for adults: zombies
You can buy the make up from party city. If you have a white shirt rip it and place it in dirt.
If you have a black shirt add baby powder too look old.
Sexy costumes: Victoria secret model
Sexy lingerie + wings = costume
I don't know how to make wings but party city has them.
Don't forget your heels.
I hope this helps.
Hippie you can take a pair of faded and/or frayed jeans with a tie dye or dashiki shirt. Add long hair (wig if you want) and beaded jewelry.
Hobo or scarecrow- take the same jeans and flannel shirt adding patches to both. Can also use suspenders and old work boots to both. For the hobo use a beanie or Freddie the Freeloader type hat and use black clown makeup to have a look of a few days without shaving. For the scarecrow use a straw hat and a corncob pipe.
The internet will cover the how to do in more detail and usually has a few photos on this.
Freddie the Freeloader can be found with the internet search engine. Just type the name in.
A Hippie would be an easy costume with my old clothes I got. Just need the long hair.
If you have a old tshirt and can dye it you cn make a tie dye tshirt. Instructions are on the internet. Take some rubber bands tie them on the shirt in a rough circular pattern. Mix the clothing according to instructions and soal the shirt.
Me and my sister used to make tie dye shirts 35-40 years ago, brings back memories for sure, thank you.
A gypsy is always an easy costume to make on the fly.
All you need is a billowy sleeve blouse, a boho or gauzy skirt, 2 scarves, one to warp around the head and another to wrap at the hips over the skirt. Add a vest, sandals, lots of bangle bracelets, big hoop or dangle earrings and layers of beaded necklaces.
Hulla dancer, you'll need are a grass skirt and a wreath for your hair from the dollar store.
Skeleton, you'll need is an old white tee shirt and a scissors.
Ghosts, you'll need scissors and white sheet of fabric.
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