It’s almost time to Trick or Treat!

Are you ready for Halloween? Didn’t have time to plan an amazing costume for your little one? Don’t worry, We have you covered, with 62 last minute and easy to put together Halloween costumes. Which is your favourtie?

 

1. Jon Snow from Game of ThronesDress up your little one as GOT‘s arguably most epic (male) character for some BIG time cuteness. Mini-Jon Snow is the ultimate manly-man and is our fave choice, with painted-on facial hair and a furry cloak that’s positively *wild.*

 

2. John Deere Tractor: A tiny tractor costume will take playtime to the next-level for your little outdoorsman this Halloween.

 

3. Chanel Handbags: These days, divas start their training young. Get your little princess on track to her fashionable future by making her a classic Chanel girl. .

 

4. Moon Child: This free-spirited little gal has boho style that’s on-fleek. From her colorful, handmade wings, to that itty-bitty headband, we have star eyes for this wild, moon child.

5. DIY Dino Tails: These adorable dino tails are easy to craft at home for your tiny T-Rex. Dress a whole dino herd to run amok and see how 100 percent photo-worthy these kiddos are.

6. DIY Needle and Thread: This OG choice is super basic to make and will be fun for your little seamstress to trick-or-treat in. Here’s to keeping it crafty this Halloween.

7. DIY Monarch Caterpillar: This monarch caterpillar get-up can be DIYed at home using just cardboard and paint. This costume is sure to be a total hit for years to come.

8. DIY Mermaid: She’ll never forget the year you sewed her her very own mermaid tail. Complete the costume with a flowing wig in signature “Ariel” red.

 

9. Bunch of Grapes: This healthy costume is totally green gal-friendly. Use balloons and a homemade grocery label, and you can put your cutie’s all-organic sweetness on full display.

 

10. Fireman: If your kiddo has his heart set on being a firefighter, this will set his heart ablaze. We can hardly handle the fire because this costume is LIT.

 

11. Starbucks: Do you really love Starbucks? We’re not judging. Future coffee-sippers will look the ah-dorable part in this pop culture-savvy guise.

12. MoanaYASS! Our newest Disney princess should be repped this Halloween — and this island-ready gem is #winning with her cardboard paddle and all.

13. Cowboy: You probably already have everything you need to make this cowboy costume just hanging around your house. So what are you waiting for? Giddy up!

14. Mummy: Just because a costume is last minute doesn’t mean you need to wrap yourself in toilet paper and call it a mummy. Cut up an old white sheet. Then let those strips discolor in a sink full of tea bags for that “I’ve-been-sitting-around-for-thousands-of-years” look.

15. Lebowski: Your little dude might not know that his costume is based on one of the best movie characters ever, but he’ll enjoy all the attention from the other cool parents.

16. Pineapple: Show your love for the sweet tropical fruit with this super simple no-sew costume.

17. Lion: By using clothes already in your kid’s closet, the only thing you’ll need to do is take a quick trip to the craft store for some faux fur. Add a little eyeliner for the whiskers, and you’re ready to go! (

18. Shark: Your little trick-or-treater will be warm and toasty in this sweatsuit-turned-ferocious shark, perfect for those of us living in chillier climates. Use felt and a hot glue gun for the eyes and then put your simple sewing skills to good use for the fin. If you don’t know how to sew, cardboard will do!

19. Sushi: Maybe goblins and scary witches just aren’t your thing. Dress up as your favorite food instead! Made from simple and easy-to-find materials like cardboard, felt, and balloons, the execution is spot on.

20. Mary Poppins: Easily recognizable, this costume looks great as a pair but is also just as spectacular if your Mary Poppins is missing her chimney sweep partner, or vice versa.

21. Up: We’ve seen a lot of costumes inspired by the adorable Disney movie Up, but the attention to detail makes this stand out among the rest. We love that Dad got dressed up too.

22. Snail: There’s no fussing with masks or itchy wigs. This costume is basically just a backpack and should help keep complaints to a minimum (hopefully). Just try not to leave a snail trail on your way through the neighbourhood.

23. Mr. Fox: Sometimes it’s just about taking another look in the closet or at their favourite stuffed animal or book for inspiration to strike!

24. Rosie the Riveter: Yes we can… make an adorable costume from thrift store finds. This revamped jumper is the perfect backdrop for a Rosie costume, but a jean jacket and pants would also work if you’re not having much luck at the thrift store. If you’re all about the “Rosie” on the back, we think some iron-on patches oughta do the trick.

25. Lumberjack: A fleece beard will transform any little boy into a full-blown lumberjack in an instant. Good luck getting him to take it off once the trick or treating is done.

26. Robot: This robot costume is seriously awesome. Think we can pull off an adult version? Yup. Just make a trip to the hardware store and skip all the gadgetry if you’re really short on time.

27. I Love Lucy: If you don’t like this costume, you’ve got some ‘splaining to do!

28. Raincloud: Does it get any cuter than these hand-painted raindrop leggings? This is probably the only time you won’t mind having your own personal raincloud following you around.

29. Hot Air Balloon: We swear this one isn’t as complicated as it looks. If you want to make a big impact and have a costume that’s so memorable you’ll talk about it for years, go with this one!

30. Birds: It’s so simple but definitely gets the point across. There’s no guessing where the inspiration from this costume is coming from.

31. Alice in Wonderland: Can we all just agree that cardboard boxes make for some last-minute-costume salvation? Reimagine a costume that’s been done before by focusing on a specific scene, like this take on Alice in Wonderland.

32. The Little Mermaid: You do need to know some sewing basics to bring your favorite mermaid out of the ocean for a special night of trick-or-treating. And how great would she look riding in a wagon made to look like beach rocks or a giant clam shell?

33. ET: This one is so great you’ll definitely want to phone home about it.

34. Curious George: Got a stuffed monkey and a yellow shirt? Then you’ve got yourself a costume.

35. Ace Ventura: Well, allllrighty then! Your kid will hate you for this one day or think you’re a complete genius — either way, they’ll have a great #TBT in a few years.

36. Cloud: If you’re looking for a totally original costume, this is about as unique as it gets. Chances are you probably won’t see another cloud walking around on Halloween.

37. Edward Scissorhands: Grab a black sweatsuit and gloves and a whole lot of belts with a whole lot of hardware on them. With plastic knives as the scissors, this costume is as kid friendly as it is amazing.

38. Princess Merida: If your little one is dead set on being a princess for Halloween, maybe you can convince her to be one of the coolest, toughest princesses there is! If she already has red hair, she’s basically there.

39. Baby Burkin Bag: When it comes to exclusive one-of-a-kind handbags, this is the ultimate. Show off your best accessory with this DIY.

40. Medusa: With some serious backcombing and strategic placement on a hidden headband you can make it look like the snakes are actually coming out of her hair. Spooky!

41. Peter Pan’s Shadow: Why be Peter Pan when you can be his escaped shadow instead? We are loving this twist on a classic costume.

42. Harry Potter: Alright, the dog’s getup is hardly last minute, but Harry Potter is easy enough to pull off.

43. Prince: Is there really anything we could say to make this any better?

44. Butterfly: Spread those wings and let your little one fly… around the neighborhood for candy, that is. If you don’t have time to hand-stitch your own felt wings, grab the glue gun.

45. Piñata: When you knock on doors, make sure you tell them you need enough candy to fill your piñata. This is all about using felt and hot glue on a onesie.

46. Frida Kahlo: They may not know who they’re dressed up as, but if your kid is still letting you pick their costumes, this one is too good to pass up.

47. Moonrise Kingdom: These getups look great on their own, but paired together they are complete perfection.

48. Scarecrow: Armed with a pair of overalls and a plaid shirt, you’ll be using your brain if you settle on this one.

49. Vincent Van Gogh: Use this costume as a lesson in fine art… or just have fun trying on the beard.

50. Super Girl: With just one yard of fabric you can turn your toddler into the most stylish superhero in town.

51. Hipster: Let your little one borrow your favorite beanie for just one night and have them pick out their own (temporary) tattoos. Just don’t be surprised when they think they’re just too cool to hold the candy bucket.

52. John Lennon + Yoko Ono: Anyone can be a hippie for Halloween, but how many people will dress up as the most iconic free-spirited couple? Got a couple extra kids coming along for tick or treating? Why not have Paul, Ringo, and George too?

53. Andy Warhol: The older crowd will love this one, and your toddler will get a kick out of all the attention, even if they aren’t sure why their costume is so great.

54. Breaking Bad: There is no way a Walter White-and-Jesse Pinkman combo was getting left out.

55. Scuba Diver: Grab those two liter bottles back out of the recycling bin and give them a second life with this clever diver costume. The whole thing only takes one to two hours, including drying time, so this one is great for those very last-minute Halloween parties.

56. Ira Glass: Spiked hair is key, and don’t forget to spray the sides with gray hairspray. Carrying around a radio (or making the bucket look like one!) ties it all together.

57. Donut: You can transform into your favorite sweet treat with an inner tube and foam hair curlers (genius, we know!). If sprinkles aren’t your thing, you can always go with chocolate glazed.

58. Labyrinth: How have we never seen this before? Every child should know who the Goblin King is, and it’s never too early to learn.

59. Lego: Almost too easy. Dress your little one up like one of the dozens of LEGOs laying around your house.

60. Mr. Rogers: Accessorize with a few hand puppets or splurge on vintage ones from Etsy.

61. Pilot: Cardboard boxes, wooden dowels, a styrofoam ball, and some spray paint are all you need to craft up this awesome airplane. Cleared for takeoff!

62. Little Red Riding Hood: A sweet take on the original red caped crusader. No big bad wolves will dare mess with this little one!

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