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7 Hauntingly Good Homemade Halloween Costumes

Looking to add some magic to your Halloween? These quick and easy costumes will dress-up your Halloween.

Dora the Explorer
Dora-ExplorerEverybody wants to go explore with Dora. This costume only requires a pink shirt, orange shorts, backpack, and sneakers. A short brown bob wig will help finish off the look.


Ghost DogThis is a Halloween classic that requires only a white sheet with some eye wholes cut out.


Garden-GnomeWhether large or small a gnome is a fun costume for all.Get a long-sleeved shirt, belt, dark denim jeans, and felt and cardboard to make the hat.


Nerd Want to increase your IQ for the night? Try dressing up as a lovable nerd. Wear a pair of glasses and stick a bandage in the middle to add authenticity. Wear suspenders or bowtie if you have them, or pull your pants or skirt up high and tuck your shirt into it. If you wear a button up shirt with a pocket consider adding pens and a pocket protector as finishing touches.

Swedish Chef

Sweedish ChefWant to play a television chef? There is none better than The Muppet Show’s Swedish chef. This requires a white chef hat, red bow tie, and white button-down shirt.  Make sure to cut use fake hair for the bangs and mustache.

Tweedledee and Tweedledum

Tweedledum-TweedledeeThe time has come to be Tweedledee and Tweedledum
This signature look requires a red cap, red pants, red suspenders, blue blows, and white cloth for the collars.

Waldo and Wenda

Waldo-WendaThis is a great costume for a large party that also works a great as a couple’s costume. Start with red and white striped shirt, than add red and white cap, black round-rimmed glasses, and a pair of jeans.

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Greer Thibodeau

Greer Thibodeau

Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing.

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