Tuesday Tutorials: the Halloween Costume Addition


Local Mama and Craftzine contributor Susan Beal gives us this awesome Yoda costume tutorial. Pearl looks so cute! Great job, Susan!!


Molly from over at the purlbee shows us how to make a daisy head dress. 


MakeBabyStuff.com has a great tutorial for making fairy wings. Its just 2 wire hangers, a pair of tights, duct tape, and some ribbon to decorate. So easy! I’m definitely making some of these. 


Seasmster has a really nice “Wild Things” monster mask tutorial over on Instructables. 



Also over on Instructables, Stavro gives us some great instruction on making a sock monkey costume for your toddler. Very cool!


Nikki over at Whimsy Love shows us how to make mustaches, eye patches, and princess wands all out of craft foam. I love that stuff!


Talk about upcycling! Over at Filth Wizardry she’s got a robot costume tutorial that you make out of gift bags. 


Here’s a wonderful tutorial for a pirate costume written by Nancy Flynn and posted on Craft. They have several other fun costume tutes over there including a monkey and a lego piece. 


Martha Stewart and gang do it again. This Little Red Riding Hood and Wolf hoodie costumes are cute, accessible, and will keep your kiddo warm on a cold All Hallows Eve. 


For all you knitters out there, get your fingers flying! Etsy’s The Storque provides us with the tutorial for this super cute frog costume from Allison Jenkins’ book Wacky Baby Knits. Thanks guys!

IMG_1046_thumbFor those of you who don’t have the time or courage to tackle a handmade costume, try making one of these super easy trick or treat tote bags from Cluck Cluck Sew. This is something your kiddo can use year after year!


And for all my vegan friends out there, this one is for you. You know who you are. Beth. Urban Housewife delivers with this vegan candy corn and candy pumpkin recipe. Enjoy!

*My next post will be my 100th. yay! I’m hoping to do a giveaway so stay tuned!

5 responses to “Tuesday Tutorials: the Halloween Costume Addition

  1. Yet another great feature! Love the little red riding hood and wolf…and, of course, the WILD THiNG!!

  2. Pingback: My Nifty Gifties Project Complete and My 100th Post Giveaway!! « The Handmade Experiment

  3. Thanks for posting this!

  4. Emily, genealogy – Schofields?
    I got here from the craft foam moustache on a stick piece on Pinterest.
    I am going to try using craft foam to make “gloves” with webbed fingers for use in the swimming pool. (For PT exercises) damarisfish@gmail.com

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