1. Black Cat
Find the tutorial at Do It Yourself Divas.
Learn how from Kelly Gorney here!
Today’s Parent explains everything you need to get this furry look.4. Bubble Bath
Giggles Galore made a delightful version this costume, and it’s super simple!5. Scuba Diver
Take a tip from Lindsay over at Artsy Fartsy Mama for this cute and creative costume.6. Toy Army Man
This costume is perfect for Toy Story fans everywhere, and easy to make thanks to this tutorial by Wild Ink Press.7. Frozen Cast
Anna, Elsa, and Olaf have never looked so good! These adorable casual costume designs by Alpha Mom are perfect for costume days at school.8. Peter Pan’s Escaped Shadow
This is a cute costume for two people (Peter Pan and his mischievous shadow), or get a group together to dress as other members of the cast. Head over to Tikkido for instructions on how to make this adorable DIY costume.9. Minion
Try these adorable minion hats by Make and Takes!10. Spooky Skeleton
With just a little bit of fabric paint, a black outfit, and freezer paper, you can make this spooky skeleton costume!11. Dragon
Make these uncanny replicas of the dragons from How To Train Your Dragon with this simple tutorial by Tried & True!12. Beautiful Butterfly
Create these gorgeous butterfly wings for an easy, lightweight, and inexpensive costume. Find the tutorial at Buggy and Buddy.13. Thomas the Tank Engine
This delightful Thomas the Tank Engine costume by Little Red Window is a little time-consuming, but the results are amazing!14. Creepy Crawler
This spider costume by Mad in Crafts is just creepy enough for any spooktacular Halloween party!15. …and our personal favorite, Laundry Day!