Are there any other moms out there who like to force, I mean encourage, their children to coordinate their Halloween costumes? This is only our second Halloween with all the kids, but part of the fun (for me, at least) is the group Halloween costume. Last year, my daughter went as Merida and the boys were the triplet brother bears (fitting, right?). So, in honor of coordinated sibling Halloween costumes, I’ve compiled a list of DIY costumes to get your gears rolling. Wouldn’t your kids look cute dressed together?
Some of the below costume ideas have family components, so if you are looking for adult costumes to go along with the kids, there may be some great ideas for you in the list, as well. Be sure to visit the blogs included for the full tutorials and to pin your favorites!
Phineas and Ferb from Sugar Bee Crafts
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Costumes from The Scrap Shoppe
Yo Gabba Gabba from The Project Girl
Gator Boys from Night Owl Blog
Lorax Costumes from Ashlee Marie
Jake and the Neverland Pirates from Eclectic Momsense
Peppa and Daddy Pig from 733Blog
Toy Story Budget Costumes from Mad in Crafts
Milk Truck and Cow from B-Inspired Mama
Mario and Luigi from Cute as a Fox
Football Costume from Nap-time Creations
Peter Pan and TinkerBell from Bombshell Bling
My Little Pony Costumes from Huppie Mama- Use this tutorial to make coordinated My Little Pony costumes for your kiddos!
Muppets from Meaningful Mama
Cheetah Costumes from Bombshell Bling
Monsters University from Mom Endeavors
Thing 1 and Thing 2 from Architecture of a Mom
Angry Birds from Sugar Bee Crafts