15 Modest and Fun DIY Halloween Costumes!

    Planning your Halloween costume? Want something inexpensive, creative, AND modest enough to wear to school and/or your church’s harvest festival? We have got you covered! Here are some of the best ideas we found that you can easily make yourself.


    1.) Gum ball machine

    Gum ball machine costume

    Via Pintrest


    2.) Strawberry

    Strawberry costume

    Via DIY Studio


    3.) Four Seasons *great for groups!*

    The four seasons costume


    4.) Ginger bread girl

    Gingerbread girl

    Via Costume Works


    5.) Flight attendant

    Flight attendant costume

    Via Pintrest


    6.) Dominos *great for groups!*

    Dominos costume



    7.) Jellyfish

    Jellyfish costume

    Via Pintrest


    8.) Shark week *great for groups!*

    Shark week

    Coolest Homemade Costumes


    9.) Wind up doll

    Wind up doll

    Via Costume Works


    10.) Crayons *great for groups!*

    Crayons Costume

    Via Coolest Homemade Costumes


    11.) Birthday Cake

    Birthday Cake

    Via DIY Studio


    12.) Awkward family photo *Great for groups!*

    Awkward family photo costume


    13.) Mary Poppins

    Mary Poppins Costume DIY

    Via MTV


    14.) Candy corn

    Candy corn costume



    15.) Where’s Waldo *Great for groups!*

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    Via Instagram


    What are you dressing up as for Halloween? Do you have any other awesome suggestions?


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    1. As my last year trick-or-treating, I’m going to be a dice. It’s a play on my last name. You just take a box, cut out the bottom, and head and arm holes. Then spray paint it! You can wear what ever you want on underneath, so it’s perfect for whatever weather.

    2. Such fun costumes! I was Rapunzel from Tangled last year, and I enjoyed it so much that I’m reprising the costume again this year. I wore a purple skirt with a light purple long-sleeved t-shirt and a dark purple tank top over it. I pinned safety pins to the inside of the tank top and slipped ribbon through the bit of them that stuck out on the front of the tank top to lace it up. I pinned a hair extension (made out of doll hair I got at a thrift store) into my braid and folded up one of my green t-shirts (secured with rubber bands) to make Pascal and borrowed my mom’s mini frying pan.

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