Halloween Toddler Costumes Ideas

Dressing up your toddler for Halloween is a lot of fun. Enjoy it while you can. Before you know it your sweet little toddler will be in kindergarten or first grade and will have developed a much stronger opinion on his or her costume choices and you’ll no longer be able to dress him in the costume of your choice. Here are a few ideas for toddler Halloween costumes to get you started. Of course there are plenty of other options out there as well. With a little creativity, the possibilities are endless.

Start with a large orange sweatshirt. Cut eyes and a mouth shape out of
black or yellow felt and glue them on the front of the shirt. Put the shirt
on your child, fold up the sleeves, then stuff the belly and back area with
newspapers or quilt batting to make it look nice and round like a pumpkin.
Top it all of with a green cap. You can even cut some leaf shapes out of
green felt and glue them to the top of the cap.

Start with earth tone pants and shirt. Brown and dark greens work well. Put
your child in some boots as well. Make a simple hat out of felt, similar to
a witch’s hat but with a smaller brim. Finish the outfit with some gardening
tools. Your little dwarf right out of “Snow White” is ready to go trick or

Dress your child in a green shirt and pants. For smaller children,
especially those in colder climates, a one piece pajama-type outfit with
feet works well. For the flower part, start with a brown hat or cap. Cut
flower petal shapes out of yellow felt and glue them all around the hat. If
you’d like you can cut two large leaf shapes out of green felt and glue them
at the back of each of the shirt’s sleeves. A little plastic watering can
makes a cute pail to carry candy in.

Additional Resource:

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