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I found these costumes over at Instructables and it’s such a great idea. Made with some items around the house… like a cardboard box, duct tape and paper bowels… you are sure to have this costume finished in no time.
Whenever I think of a easy, yet spooky, costume for Halloween I think of the standard Ghost costume. It never gets old…. it’s always good. SavvySugar shows you how to make this costume on the cheap.
I think this costume is very imaginative and wouldn’t take too much to put together. DebtFreeByThirty shows us how to put this very cool Medusa costume together with not much time or money.
I bet this wasn’t the Quarterback you were thinking of, huh? But, I bet this one is not only easier to put together, but it is also really, really clever. Made from cardboard and duct tape this costume is sure to get a lot of people talking. Check out the details at FamilyFun.
(5) Raining Cats and Dogs
Grab an old umbrella, raincoat and a couple of stuffed animals and you have a costume perfect for Halloween. RealSimple shows us how to put this very cute costume together in no time at all.
(6) Bag of Jelly Beans
I thought this costume was adorable. It really is creative. Coolest-Homemade-Costumes shows us how to take a simple clear garbage bag and fill it with colorful balloons to make a clever Bag of Jelly Beans.
(7) Spiderweb Mother and Sock Spider Baby Costume
Talk about an awesome costume for mother and child…. this Halloween costume ROCKS. I found it over at the Martha Stewart site and I loved it. Don’t worry, Martha Stewart shows you how to do this creative Halloween costume craft step-by-step, so you will be good to go by Halloween.
Here is another clever costume you could whip together in no time. It is a Robot costume and it is something else. I found this costume at MyAtlantaMoms and she shows you just by using a few boxes, silver paint and aluminum you too can have a robot costume like this one in time for Halloween.
(9) Road Trip
This is a crazy costume….. I love it!! I think any little boy would enjoy it too. Take an old sweatsuit, Velcro and toy cars and FamilyFun will show you how to turn it into this clever Road Trip costume. Plus, your child will have no trouble keeping warm in it on Trick-or-Treat. That’s a plus.
(10) Octopus Baby
Do you have a baby and a bunch of unmatched socks or tights laying around at home? If you answered yes, then this could be the Halloween costume for you. Better Homes and Gardens shows us how to put together this creative costume in very little time. You will even have some time left over to spare.