Halloween might be a little lower key this year, but that doesn't mean you can't get dressed up and celebrate with the fam! These easy DIY Halloween costumes will help you get into the spirit of Halloween without spending a lot of money, and with the added bonus of being creative too. Stock up on Tulip Color Products and get ready for some Fright Night fun this year!
- Costume supplies as needed
All you need for this easy DIY Halloween costume is a T-shirt and some Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paints! Maybe you decided to dress up after all, or maybe you just haven't had time to throw something together. Luckily you can make these last-minute T-shirt costume options the morning of Halloween and have them ready to wear in the evening. Throw in a matching prop and you've got Halloween in the (trick-or-treat) bag this year!
Not everyone is into scary costumes, so if something sweet is more your style, this ice cream cone costume is for you! Use Dimensional Paints to create the look of sprinkles on a dress (tip: just make lots of cute little lines), then top it off with a paper cone hat for an easy DIY Halloween costume that's a total treat to wear.
Can you technically even have Halloween if someone isn't dressed up as a witch?! You don’t have to go all out for this incredibly easy DIY Halloween costume with spellbinding vibes. Create a mystical necklace using Dimensional Paints, wear something black, then top it all off with a pointy hat. This bewitching costume will be ready to mesmerize your friends & fam in no time!
Get your glow on this Halloween with a glow-in-the-dark bat mask that’s seriously cuter than an actual bat. Use Dimensional Glow Paint to create this cool mask that'll light up the night with enchanting effects. Not into bats? Come up with your own design; just don’t forget to leave spaces for your eyes!
Ghost and goblins beware, there's a wickedly cool skeleton lurking in the night! Make your Fright Night extra freaky with this easy DIY Halloween costume that glows with ghoulish effects. See how you can turn a tank top and leggings into a bone-chilling ensemble with this tutorial.
You can carve a jack-o-lantern this Halloween, and you can dress like one too! If you don't feel like wearing a full costume but still want to celebrate, a themed T-shirt is the perfect alternative. Use Tulip Fabric Paints to make a glowing jack-o-lantern grin, an alien, a ghost or whatever spooky creation you can come up with! It is the easiest way to get into the spirit of Halloween whether you're binging on scary movies or tricking out some treats with the fam.