Homemade dog costumes are the way to go for a cute and savvy Halloween costume for your pooch that’s easy on your wallet! Trust me, they’ll be the life of a party. Let’s be honest, costumes can be a bit expensive for dogs, especially if you have a large breed. Sometimes they cost more than costumes for people! I can’t always buy an expensive costume, but I can always try to DIY them! Check out my favorite homemade dog costumes that are so cute, you will want to snap a million pictures!
7 Homemade Dog Costumes That Are Too Cute For Words
Taco and Pizza Emoji
I like this tutorial so much! The entire costume is pretty much put together with hot glue, and the are comfortable for your pup. You’ll have the cutest food emoji on the block! These costumes will stand out and your dog won’t be just another hot dog this time!
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Your favorite fluffy friend is cute and snuggly but has no interest in anything on their back or head. Why not try making them into a beanie baby? This is a super simple Halloween costume for dogs, and I can guarantee people will be chuckling with laughter.
Nunununununu bat dog! This costume is great because you can add the extra pieces to your dog’s harness which they are already used to wearing. Check out the video for the full DIY instructions. I can make this one, and I have not even the slightest clue about sewing.
If you’re a fan of going snorkeling, then your costume if half-finished for this adorable swimming pup! The flippers look like they are made of cardboard, and the oxygen tanks could easily be crafted out of bottles from the recycling bin.
This costume involves a little bit of sewing, but I’ve never met a costume that couldn’t also be put together with hot glue if you can’t sew. This adorable costume is totally worth the effort to make your favorite pooch an adorable unicorn costume.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Ok, this costume is just too cute for words! This little puppy makes the most adorable pumpkin spice latte I’ve ever seen. The cup in this picture obviously this dog couldn’t walk in which makes it ideal for a small dog. For larger dogs, you can make a cup out of poster board that you’ve crafted some leg holes in.
Stuffed Animal Costume
This tutorial is awesome, especially for small dogs. Check out the video to see how to make a dog costume out of an inexpensive stuffed animal! If you don’t have a stuffed animal you can sacrifice for the project, try the dollar store or a thrift store to find a cheap option to make an adorable costume!
So which one of these homemade dog costumes would you try? Tell me in the comments!