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A collection of easy DIY costumes perfect for your little Disney fan!
Whether you are on the hunt for the perfect Halloween costume for your kiddo or your kids just like to play dress-up, here are some of my favorite DIY Disney costumes from around the web!
In my opinion, these are all doable and affordable, the perfect combination! Sometimes, it can be expensive to buy dress-up costumes for your kids which is why I created some of my own too.
They also are great costumes to wear if you’re headed to Disneyland for Halloween! It’s my favorite time of year to go and we are headed there this year for Mickey’s Halloween party. I booked my trip with my favorite Disney experts, Get Away Today, because they have an awesome layaway plan!
I hope you find something fun to use for your family!
Sheriff Woody from My Daylights (me!)
Kristoff from Frozen from Peek A Boo Pages
El Chupacabra from Desert Chica
Bert from Mary Poppins at Make It and Love It
Flynn from Tangled from Make It and Love It
Nemo Costume from Mighty Girl
Green Toy Soldier from Toy Story from Wild Ink Press
Olaf Costume from Desert Chica
Dash from The Incredibles from Put Up Your Dukes
Captain America from Christine Trevino
Darth Vader Lego from Burda Style
Jedi Costume Melly Sews
Fix It Felix from Wreck It Ralph from Jen A Street
Russel and Mr. Fredrickson from Up from Sol and Rachel
Beast Costume from Peek A Boo Pages
Jake and the Neverland Pirates Costume from Between The Toys
Thor Costume from I Am Momma Hear Me Roar
Robin Hood and Friar Tuck from Jen Spends
Toy Story Alien Costume from Ariel and Alder
Peter Pan’s Shadow from Tikkido
No-Sew Buzz Lightyear Costume from Fun At Home With Kids
Chewbacca Costume from Larissa Another Day
Mickey Mouse from The Girl Inspired
Iron Man Gloves from Simplistically Living
Mike from Mosters Inc. from Desert Chica
Ant Man Costume from Bombshell Bling
All of these costumes are fun for Halloween but make great additions to your dress-up collection. I never realized how much boys like dressing up until I had my own! I always thought it was just girls but my boys spend half their life in some sort of costume with their swords and weapons in hand.
My favorite place to find things for costumes is Dollar Tree and the dollar spot at Target and Michaels. They have some real gems and if you’re creative enough, you can find a use for just about anything you find there!
If you find a great tutorial, share it and I will add it to the list!