We've all done it: left things a little last minute and then endured the mass panic of searching for a Halloween costume for our little ones. Well fear not! This year we are here to help! We rounded up the best last minute DIY Halloween costumes for kids on pinterest and compiled them all into one list.
Superman to the Rescue- from Costume Works
Team up a Superman T-shirt with the everyday work wear of Clark Kent for this super cute superhero costume!
2. Scuba Divers- from Delineate Your Dwelling
We love this creative use of recycled bottles!
3. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle- from Crafts by Courtney
This will definitely appeal to those ninja turtle fans!
4. Princess Leah- from A Little Bit of Sunshine
A perfect little outfit for a younger family member!
5. Lego Brick- from Wine and Glue
This has to be our favorite one simply because we are such huge building brick fans!
Go on, be your kid's hero and make them a Halloween costume to remember for years to come!
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