Homemade Costume Blog Parade!

Homemade Costume Parade - Alldonemonkey.comFall has only just begun, but Halloween is already just around the corner!  I personally can’t wait – the costumes, the candy, the pumpkins, what’s not to enjoy?

Today we are celebrating Halloween costumes, in particular homemade ones.  If you are thinking of going DIY this Halloween, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here!  This costume blog parade will be open through November 11, so be sure to check back for more ideas or to link up your own!

Participating Blogs

The homemade costume blog parade will also be running on these wonderful sites.  If you haven’t visited them yet, you are in for a real treat!

Children Trick-or-treating - Homemade Costume Blog Parade - Alldonemonkey.com

Sun Scholars (Principal Hostess)

Crayon Freckles

No Twiddle Twaddle

Red Ted Art


B-Inspired, Mama!

Sugar Snips

The Educators’ Spin On It

Dog in Costume - Homemade Costume Blog Parade - Alldonemonkey.com

Mamas Like Me

Kitchen Counter Chronicles

Homemade Costume Blog Parade

And now for those wonderful costumes!  To get us started, here is an awesome collection of more than 55 Homemade Costume Ideas from SunScholars, the wonderful mastermind behind the Costume Parade.

We’d love to see your costume ideas, too, so click below to add your link and to see the full list of costumes:

 Click here to enter your link and view this Linky Tools list…


6 comments on “Homemade Costume Blog Parade!

  1. Hi Leanna, I looked over the images and the Colonel Sanders and Hamburglar one was really cute. Did you add one? I just wanted to let you know that there issues with the links to the participating blogs above. Have a wonderful week!

  2. This is such a great idea! I love Halloween. I was in the States for my oldest daughter’s first Halloween but that is the one one she ever got to celebrate. Hope we have another chance before they are too old – homemade costumes are the best!

    • Yes, my mom made all of our costumes growing up, but I am afraid I won’t be able to do this! I managed to do one last year, though, and I was so proud! What do people in Malawi think about Halloween? In Costa Rica it was a fad for a while but apparently has gone back out of fashion. Too bad – dressing up is so much fun!

  3. We have just started working on a mouse costume at our house.

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