Looking for a way to create an amazing costume? Get out your Cricut and follow one of these Cricut costume tutorials! So many unique and fun costumes made with the Cricut.
This post originally appeared on the Cricut Inspiration blog.
One of my favorite things about the Cricut is that it helps you DIY just about anything—quickly! This includes Halloween costumes (or a costume for any time of year, really). Over on the Cricut blog I’ve rounded up a bunch of creative costume ideas you can make using your Cricut! From masks to tails and everything in between, you’ll find so many great ideas for Halloween costumes here!
Halloween Costumes with the Cricut
Who doesn’t want to be a unicorn? With this unicorn mask from Made by Melli, you can make all your unicorn dreams come true!
This “punny” crown jewels costume can be found in the Cricut Make It Now library! Perfect for a last-minute costume.
Make this ethereal snowflake cape from A Pumpkin and a Princess for your little snow princess for Halloween this year.
Whether your kid wants to be a fox, an owl, or a lion, Cloudy Gray Day has you covered with her felt animal masks!
See Lindsay goes all out in this amazing Polynesian demigod costume for her toddler son! With both iron-on vinyl “tattoos” and felt leaves, this is the perfect costume for any tiny fan.
I think this pizza slice costume is so much fun—add a delivery boy and you have the perfect couples costume! You can find out how to make it in the Cricut Make It Now library.
This Dr. Seuss maternity shirt from the Country Chic Cottage is perfect for mommas-to-be on Halloween!
Continuing on with the food theme, Crafting in the Rain has a hilarious last-minute costume that costs less than $15 to make – a bag of delicious Skittles!
So what are you planning on being for Halloween? What about your kids? I’d love to hear your ideas in the comments!