Super Easy DIY Halloween Costume
[Insert a line of dancing emojis here] A one-stop-shopping Halloween costume is something to seriously celebrate these days! [Add confetti-popping emoji while you’re at it]
Not only is this Halloween costume convenient, but it’s also about $20 (or less with a coupon!). [confetti mixed with money mixed with dancing emojis here] <<< — and YES, we are those people when we text… at least with each other. #emojiproblems
I think you probably know by now that we appreciate CREATIVITY, but we are equally obsessed with convenient and cost effective projects. And then we thought, [Insert Light bulb emoji] why can’t we have both?! Dancing emojis again…. we can! And we WILL!
Today’s easy Halloween costume is a one-stop-shopping, under $20, and super relevant costume. So without further ado, let’s act like there is a drumroll emoji to present this super easy, convenient, and affordable DIY Halloween Costume…
Dancing Girls Emoji
We try to link our costume choice to represent & remind of us something that happened this year or at least a common theme from the year. What better way to embrace our heart-eyes for emojis this year than to become ones ourselves?! Heck, we knew it was the year of the emoji for us when our moms even jumped on the emoji train this past year.
This project takes nearly no time at all to assemble. Here’s what you’ll need along with the exact cost breakdown.
Halloween Costume Supplies
- Black T-Shirts
- Black Headbands
- Black Ribbon
- Matching Black shoes (at @Michael’s for $9.99)
- Black Shorts
The only thing you really have to do is clip the bow to the headband & you are ready to start dancing the night away.
Make It A Group Emoji Costume!
This DIY Halloween costume idea could be great for a pair, but this idea could also be a really great theme for a larger group (family/friends/neighbors/work departments). How fun would it be to dress up as a whole group of emojis?! Everyone in the group could pick their favorite emoji and recreate the look. Each “emoji” could choose one that fits their level of skill in the Halloween Department. There are super simple emojis to recreate (like ours) and ones that can be more intricate for the costume lovers in the crowd.
I’m Casey Finn, the voice behind The DIY Playbook. I’m married to Finn & mom to Rory and Ellis. Together we’re creating our dream home in Chicago, one DIY project at a time.