ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel
  • »
  • Holidays and Celebrations»
  • Halloween»
  • Halloween Costumes

How to Make a Stroller Costume for Halloween

Updated on October 23, 2017

The Storm Cloud Stroller Costume For Babies


Get creative with your stroller this Halloween! Here are some of the best ideas you can use to dress your stroller up in costume. Your homemade baby and stroller costume is going to get kudos from everyone you meet. Halloween is the time for dress up fun and you are going to be amazed at how clever some folks are using a baby stroller as part of their child's costume.

I hope you enjoy these creative and unique stroller costume ideas, if you use any, please let me know through the comment section at the bottom of the page. I love to hear a good Halloween dress up story!

We are expecting a baby this November, so we cannot use any of these stroller costume ideas this year, but next year we are going to be faced with the same decision you have to make right now...which costume will we dress our baby and stroller up in this Halloween!

Card Shark Baby Stroller Costume


The Flintstone's Car Is A Funny Halloween Costume For Your Stroller


This stroller costume idea is from the old cartoon, The Flintstones. It looks like this costume for your stroller would be difficult to make, but take another close up look. This amazing costume was made using pool noodles, foam shields, wooden dowels, lots of zip ties, felt and some duct tape. Click right on the picture to see the picture how-to. You will see several pictures starting with a plain old stroller and continuing through the steps of making this stroller get up. It's really quite ingenious and I'd give it a winning vote in a costume contest!

Materials needed to make this stroller disguise are:

  • Foam Pool Noodles
  • Foam Shields
  • Paint
  • Wood Dowels
  • Zip Ties
  • Felt
  • Duct Tape

The Bat Mobile Stroller Costume For Batman Fans


This Bat Mobile was made using cardboard, paint, and scissors. The Batman Symbol was drawn free hand and painted with a yellow marker. You can also print a Batman Symbol from your computer...either way, this is an easy costume to make for your baby's stroller this Halloween. Find the instructions at A Girl And Her Blog.

The Jungle Safari Stroller Costume


Felt, felt, felt is how you make this simple, DIY stroller costume for your baby this Halloween. Green felt is cut to make the ends look like felt is added to make it look like a flowering plant, and you add your baby in a giraffe, lion, or monkey Halloween costume to complete the look! This is a pretty simple costume to make for your baby.

It's downright cheap to make this Bat Mobile stroller costume for some Halloween fun. If you get free boxes, you will only need to buy a paint pen...we are talking about spending a couple dollars to make this fabulous looking Batman themed stroller costume.

I found the step by step picture instructions for this Bat Mobile on A Girl And Her Blog. If you want to see how she did it, just click the link up above. It's amazing what we can do with so little...Abby actually drew the Batman symbol on her cardboard Bat Mobile, but if you are afraid to draw one, just print one out from online. Give the drawing of it a try, cover it with the printed copy if it doesn't come out right. It's worth a might discover a drawing talent you did not know you had.

iPhone Stroller Costume - DIY Halloween Ideas For Your Baby


The foam board used to make this iPhone stroller costume was cut to 30" long X 15.5" wide, so it really looks like a big iPhone. Pay attention to the dimensions of your iPhone and this core board. You want it to look big and realistic.

To make the iPhone stroller costume you will need:

  • Piece of Foam Core - you can find a 30 x 20 piece for around $5.00. Bet you can find one at Michael's.
  • Box Cutter – Exacto Knife will work..
  • Pencil
  • Sharpie
  • Yard Stick (or a large ruler/straight edge to measure with)
  • Optional: Silver Tape (for the silver metallic edge of the iPhone...I got one at Michael's.)

To look at step by step pictures on how to make this iPhone stroller costume visit Rookie Moms.

Cinderella's Carriage Is Now A Baby Stroller Costume


Get your stroller, 3 light up hula hoops, spray paint, lights, zip ties, and some tulle. You can find the easy to follow instructions at This Is My Life. This is a great idea for the little girl who has always wanted to be a Disney Princess...and isn't that most of us? Well, some young girl is going to be able to live that dream. Show your daughter anything is possible with this fun stroller costume!

Buzz Lightyear Strolle Costume For Halloween - Toy Story To The Rescue


Toy Story fans are going to love this Buzz Lightyear baby stroller costume!

The Taco Truck Baby Stroller Costume Tutorial

To turn your stroller into a Taco Truck for Halloween you will need:

  • Foam Core
  • Cardboard Boxes
  • Foam
  • Foam Sheets
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Wire Hangers
  • Tape
  • Velcro

Watch the video for helpful how-to instructions!

The Stroller Kissing Booth Costume


This Kissing Booth baby stroller costume reminds me of a small town fair I used to go to every year. It brings back a nostalgic memory and gives me a hearty chuckle at the same time...this is a fun stroller costume theme and an easy costume to make.

To make your own Kissing Booth stroller costume you will need:

  • A Large Cardboard Box
  • Dowel Rods
  • Ribbon
  • Red Fabric
  • Foam Letters
  • Stroller
  • Zip Ties
  • Frog Costume
  • Crown
  • Cape
  • Play Money
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Lipstick

To get the step by step tutorial on how to make this unique DIY costume for your baby stroller visit Tipjunkie.


How To Turn Your Stroller Into A Pirate Ship For Halloween


Back To The Future DeLorean Car Stroller Costume


More Stroller Costume Ideas For Halloween

  • The President Stroller Costume - check out the picture below!
  • Circus Cage Stroller Costume - a box and dowels make a cage to cover your stroller



    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No comments yet.