I am a mom of 2 kids and wife to an amazing red head. I love Jesus with all my heart and strive to make my life a reflection of Him. I'm a photographer, a busy body who can't sit still, and a girl who's traveled to 21 different countries but wants to see so much more. I co-founded Ten Thousand Homes whose goal is provide HOPE and HOME to Africa's orphans and vulnerable children. I'm also the writer behind my personal blog, I Believe In Love where I share my travel adventures, my photography, and creativity.

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Easy DIY Kid’s Halloween Costumes

Maybe you’ve thought ahead this year and are already on your way to putting together your child’s perfect Halloween costume. Maybe you’re in the other camp thinking, “What in the world is my child going to dress up as?” Either way, I think you’ll find this roundup an inspirational list of easy DIY kid’s Halloween costumes!

Cabbage Patch Kid Costume

 Now how cute would this be to dress your baby as a Cabbage Patch Kid? Awesome idea from iVillage.


Where's Waldo Costume

My kids LOVE Where’s Waldo. This idea from ecouterre would be so easy to put together!


Bookworm Costume

Your toddler would look so cute as a little Bookworm! Excellent idea from Real Simple.


Clark Kent Superman

Quick and Simple has a quick and simple idea with this Clark Kent Superman costume!


Jelly Bean Costume

Another great idea from Quick and Simple…love this Jelly Bean Costume!


Snail Costume

Another cute idea from iVillage…a Snail!


Bag of Groceries

Super Moms 360 has a great idea for dressing up your kid as a Bag of Groceries!


Morton Salt Girl Costume

Love the classic look of the Morton Salt Girl from Simple Simon & Co.


Cupcake costume

I couldn’t find the original link to this super cute Cupcake costume (Pinterest link), but it looks like all you need is a lampshade, a towel and some pom poms! So cute!


Picnic Lunch costume

Who doesn’t love a good picnic? Love this idea from Parents to actually dress up as a Picnic Lunch!


That’s my edition of fav Halloween costumes! Have fun being creative and dressing up!

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  4. Jan Koshinsky 10/02/2014 at 12:56 pm

    I did the bag of jellybeans about 25 years ago when my daughter was little…shes 32 now…lol….

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  6. Sarah Sellars 10/22/2013 at 11:23 pm

    These are nice costume ideas. I prefer a home made costume every time. There are several choices here that are either made form things most people have on hand or are able to pick up at a thrift store. I think I only saw one that would require a little more time sewing then some busy parents might have. Thanks!

  7. Power My Life 10/10/2013 at 9:40 am

    These costumes are so cute! Thanks for sharing these great DIY ideas. We love to post easy DIY projects for families. You can find them on our blog at PowerMyLifeTX.com.