Last minute DIY weather-themed Halloween costumes

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You are my SUNSHINE: Does it get any cuter than that? This is a simple do-it-yourself no sew option for a little one. Here’s what you need:

  • Yellow onesie
  • Yellow Felt
  • Headband
  • Stuffing (Polyfill)
  • Glue gun
  • Scissors

Instructions: For a complete step-by-step guide to make the sunshine costume, visit: https://www.primary.com/diy/all/sunshine

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RAINBOW: This one is no sewing required! This video does a great job of walking you through this one:

DIY Rainbow Costume

Here’s what you need:

  • Cardboard
  • White/tan fabric or canvas
  • Spray adhesive or a glue gun
  • Craft paint + brushes
  • White felt
  • Ribbon for the ties
  • (Optional) Glitter

Instructions: Cut cardboard into rainbow shape (one for front and one for back). Attach strings and then cover with fabric and felt. Attach strings around waist, as well. You can use a hot glue gun. Next, the fun part! Start painting! Don’t forget the order of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. You then can add cloud shapes to the bottom made out of the remaining felt. 

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If you’re loving the rainbow theme, here’s another RAINBOW option. This skirt can easily be made (no sewing required, except for stitching together the elastic band) just check out this video: 

The cloud is easy enough: Get polyfill from a crafts store and an umbrella. For the rain, you could use tinsel or sparkly pipe cleaners. 

Source: http://www.linesacross.com/2013/10/diy-fire-and-rain-costumes.html/ 

RAIN CLOUD: Watch the video above to make the rain skirt! For the cloud, use fabric (maybe from an old t-shirt) and form polyfill into round balls then attach with a glue gun. Add a fun blue wig and rainbow necklace if you can for an added touch.

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LIGHTNING STRIKE: This one is the PERFECT pairs costume. Cut holes in a t-shirt and rub some charcoal over it to get a burnt look. You can get charcoal from a crafts store. Tease your hair real big and tear apart an old umbrella and you’re all set! For the lightning bolt, that can easily be done with a piece of yellow cardboard and a string to tie around your neck. Wear all black. 

Source: Sweet Treats By Sarah ( http://sarahsaving.blogspot.com/2017/10/simple-diy-tornado-costume.html )

TORNADO: Another no-sew option for you. The main structure of the tornado…A TOMATO CAGE! Grab a pool noodle, felt, tulle, and you’re in business. Instructions: https://bit.ly/365Gb1k

Source: http://www.moomama.com/2013/10/a-pile-of-leaves-costume.html

PILE OF LEAVES: Alright…if the tornado seemed a little too involved, how about a pile of leaves? You’ve got this one! Grab a red sweatshirt and sweatpants, a bunch of leaves from a crafts store, and a headband. Then whip out the glue gun and get crafting! Even for people who aren’t “crafty” this one is a piece of cake.

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MORTON SALT: For this one, you might have just about everything you need in your closet…and your pantry! The iconic Morton Salt Girl makes a clever and easy DIY costume. All you need: A yellow dress, an umbrella, Morton salt, yellow shoes and a blonde wig (if possible!).

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