Can you believe that we are already into the month of August, and that the Halloween is right around the corner? I’ve noticed on Pinterest that tons of people are already looking & pinning ideas for the upcoming spooky season, and many of the online Halloween stores are already running some super sales. So, starting this week I thought that I would share some cute, unique, and fun baby & toddler costumes that you might either buy online or make yourself. Check them out below:Just so you know, that some of the links above are my referral links, which means I may get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no additional cost to you of course. Thank you for your support and I hope that you find that spooktacular costume for your little one this Halloween season.
Wonder Bread reminds me of being a kid, and this baby costume is not only colorful & cute, but inexpensive at only $11.99. Your baby will definitely get some smiles with this one.
$5 DIY Infant & Toddler Costumes
I am a DIYer and have a deep appreciation for those of you who like to create your own costumes, so here is some creative ideas that were put together by incredibleinfact.com. My favorite is this little dragon costume made with cut out green sponges that you can get at The Dollar Tree for a $1 a pack. Seriously creative and cheap!
Baby Rag Doll Infant Costume
This is probably a costume that I would wear, but obviously in a much bigger silhouette. 🙂 I love the pink & black colors, details, and yarn hair. Check it out at Trendy Halloween!
I couldn’t resist sharing this little owl costume. When my little guy was this age my mom made him a little pig outfit with a snout on top of his head. We took him to the mall and pulled him around with a rope on a stroller from store to store, and we had a blast. Of course, my guy is now 18 and doesn’t want those pictures being shown today! 🙂
My mother is the sewing guru in our family, and I was fortunate enough that she would make my children’s costumes, like this poodle outfit above, with all the little details. It’s fun to go back in time and see all the pictures of the cool outfits she made, and if you’re not a sewing queen you can still get the same look with this online buy at around $30.
Just so you know, that some of the links above are my referral links, which means I may get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no additional cost to you of course. Thank you for your support and I hope that you find that spooktacular costume for your little one this Halloween season.