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3 Easy DIY Halloween Costumes

October 15, 2018

With Halloween just around the corner it’s easy to get caught up in the hoopla when you’re only taking your kiddos out for a couple of hours. A great costume can typically be found without leaving your house. Here are 3 simple costumes ideas for siblings without breaking the bank. Evaluate what you have, google search some ideas and come up with something unique for less than $20! 


3 Simple & Easy Halloween Costumes for Siblings


If you have camo leggings & a few hunting accessories you can make a pretty cute Hunter & Deer costume. Right now, Micheals Craft Store is having Halloween items at 60% off! I found this cute headband for Marley for $3.99 and we already had the onesie and tutu. For Miles’s Hunter costume, I paired a grey tee with some camouflage pants and we were on our way! To finish off the costume I wanted him to wear a beanie with an orange vest but… you never really know what you’re going to get when you’re taking photos with a toddler. He was not about to have any additional accessories on him. So what you see is what you get! (LOL.) Looking to buy somethings? Follow this link to my Amazon page for a toddler hunter costume or baby baby deer costume. Ive got you covered! Click here.

1.) Hunter & Deer










These kids will do more than steal your heart. They’ll steal your jewelry too! These million dollar babies are looking for all that glitters & gold. With black leggings, striped tees and a bag full of costume jewelry you can pull of the easiest robber costumes. We didn’t have to look far to create these costumes. We already had black leggings and stripped tees for the kids and my costume jewelry collection is quite ridiculous so this costume combination was a no brainer. Click here for everything you need to create the same look. 

2.) Bank Robbers









Buffalo Plaid is all the rage this winter, so why not capitalize on all the flannel with coordinating Lumberjack costumes! Chances are, you already have some sort flannel hanging in your closet, so throw on your favorite shade of plaid and have a family lumberjack bash. Since I didn’t have time to pick up something in buffalo plaid for Marley I dressed her in a red long sleeve onesie and wrapped her up in a blanket scarf. Click here for everything you need to make your lumber jack dreams come true. 

3.) Lumber Jack & Jill 








 Amazing Photos by Veronica Cook Photography.


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