Take this costume to the next level by adding LED lights or glow sticks under the bottom of the umbrella, like this one , for just a few dollars more. Wear all items and walk around looking through your binoculars. Cut a one-inch wide strip of felt and attach it vertically down middle of the onesie. Enough to sink the Black Pearl. For the hair, wear loose or choose a braided style and pin back.
Easy DIY Halloween costumes (with stuff you already own)
Put calculator or pocket protector in shirt pocket and wrap white tape around the middle of your glasses. Continually lose your friends and wait for them to find you. Just wear a white shirt and apron. The project took six weeks, but as you can see, the results are awesome. However, this Laika survived the mission.
Dressing up as a scarecrow never fails. This one speaks for itself - or doesn't. This punny costume is sure to get a good laugh. You are kidding right? Cheap enough - you'll always need toilet roll and tin foil, after all. Drape the sheet over yourself and have a helper mark the sheet at the point where it hits the floor. Wrap paper around cardboard or box and cut top with pinking shears to simulate top of grocery bag.
He also made the banana costume his son is wearing in the background—and it has a photo tutorial , too. Not one single kid realized that It wasn't a trash can and I scared so many of them that I lost count. An all-black outfit Black face paint or black eyeliner Optional: Have yellow wig, will transform into Lady Gaga. Hawaiian shirt and fanny pack: Stunning Toddler Disney Halloween Costume: