Easy and Fun DIY Halloween Costumes for Your Pets

Dressing up for Halloween is tons of fun. However, we don’t always have a whole lot of extra time in our days. That’s why you need a few easy and fun DIY Halloween Costumes ideas. We’ve compiled a list of some of the top costumes you need to try this Halloween season.

 

Image from Makezine

1. Star Wars Characters

Transform your pet from an everyday dog to a character from Star Wars. Perfect for if you have one dog or more. Choose from Ewoks, Princess Leia, or Darth Vader in this “paw-some” tutorial from Makezine.

 

Image From Sew Doggy Style

Image From Sew Doggy Style

2. A DIY Bloody Bandanna

I love this this frightfully delightful bandanna. The super simple guide from Sew Doggy Style shows you step by step how to create this fun DIY Halloween costume. And the best part is, it’s a NO SEW design, which is good news for pet parents like me!

Image from The Fun Times Guide

Image from The Fun Times Guide

3. Lego Pet

Become a whole Lego family with this tutorial from WikiHow.com. All you have to do is scale very thing down for your pet. Basically glue something like Gatorade lids to a shoe box and spray paint. Then make a bigger sized box for you or another family member and you’re sure to be a hit on Halloween.

 

Image from DIY Network

Image from DIY Network

4. The Cutest & Easiest Little Monster

Another fantastic no sew idea from the DIY Network is this frighteningly easy little monster costume. Check out the tutorial here to turn your dog into this easy and fun monster.

 

Image from iHeartDogs.com

Image from iHeartDogs.com

5. The Ghost Dog

Okay, so we may have said the previous four costumes were the easiest, but this one definitely takes the cake (or pumpkin pie?). It’s so easy there’s not even a tutorial for it! All you needs is a white sheet and scissors. Just make sure that it’s not too long so they don’t trip up on the sheets. Cut out a few sheet for you and your family members and go as a spooky group of ghosts.

 

Making a good costume doesn’t have to cost a ton or take hours at a sewing machine. All you need is a few clever ideas with some crafting staples like glue and scissors.

While you’re busy planning costumes, candy and treats, make sure to brush up on your Halloween safety tip. Don’t forget to read our post on Keeping Pets Safe on Halloween!

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