Halloween is one month away, and babies in costumes is one of my favorite parts of Halloween! Most of these DIY baby Halloween costumes started as onesies, so this list of costumes is easier to make too. Baby costumes are always easier to make and almost always the cutest costumes on the block because who doesn’t love a baby in a costume?! Here are 15 adorable DIY baby costumes that you can make today.
DIY Animal Baby Costumes
1. Panda bear
A black onesie, a white beanie and some felt make the cutest baby Panda costume.
2. Koala bear
Turn a grey onesie and beanie into the cutest koala bear you’ve seen!
Pro tip: Add a tree for the koala bear to hang out in.
This no sew parrot costume is adorable! Find the complete tutorial at Lil Mop Top.
DIY Food Baby Costumes
It doesn’t get much cuter than a crawling cheeseburger!
How cute is this family sushi costume complete with a baby sashimi plus ginger and wasabi headband?!
Turn your baby into a carrot with an orange onesie, elastic and green tulle.
A red onesie and a cardboard cut out Babybel makes for the most delicious and cutest looking peice of cheese I’ve ever seen!
Famous people inspired baby costumes
9. Bob Ross
What’s cuter than a baby Bob Ross? Nothing!! All you need for this DIY costume is a wig, jeans, and a button down. A cardboard paint palette and some paint brushes are nice additions too.
10. Where’s Waldo
Turn anyone into Waldo with a red and white striped shirt and a red and white beanie. Don’t forget the black rimmed glasses!
A long sleeve white onesie, a couple permanent markers, and a little stuffing make the Wilson volleyball from the 2000 drama, Cast Away, come alive. This baby costume was oringially found on costumezee.com
12. Baby Bowie
It doesn’t get much cuter than a Baby Bowie! And all you need is a red tights a blue onesie, hair dye and face paint.
Toy inspired baby costumes
13. Baby Game Boy
All you need for a baby Tetris costume is a white onesie, felt, and fabric glue!
14. Mickey Mouse
Katee combined a black and red oneisie to create this adorable baby Mickey Mouse costume. Just add mouse ears and and yellow socks for baby Mickey! Find the complete Mickey Mouse costume tutorial at Living the Dream.
15. Wind up doll
Not only is this the cutest wind up doll I’ve ever seen, but all you need for this DIY costume is a sweet vintage dress, black patent shoes, and a DIY wind up key made out of cardboard and a paper towel roll. For more details check out Modern Kiddo.
Have you ever made a baby oneise costume? I’d love to see some more ideas! If you’re looking for more DIY Hallowen costumes, don’t miss there: