I feel ya. It's Halloween and you weren't gonna dress up but now you have 3 parties to go to and all the stores are picked over. You're not feeling the half bald rainbow clown wig with a boot print on it from being trampled at Walmart. I got your back. Here's an easy DIY costume you can make in 30 minutes with supplies a few aisles over in Walmart, from the craft aisle! This DIY Deviled Egg Costume is super easy to make. Yeah, it's kind of 2010 but still easy, still fun and cheeky, and well, still a costume. Plus, there's a video tutorial where I share my trick for cutting a perfect circle freehand.
Here's what you'll need to make this costume:
- 1-Bolt Kunin Classicfelt, 72-Inch by 10-Yard, Yellow Kunin Felt
- Hanes Women's Short Sleeve Cotton V-Neck Tee, White, 2X-Large Hanes
- Aleene's Felt and Foam Tacky Glue Aleene's
- 24-Piece Kunin Eco-fi Embossedfelt, 9-Inch by 12-Inch, Alligator Design, Red Kunin Felt
- Plastic Headband White Craft – 14mm 1/2 inch (12) Minor Details
- Westcott 8″ ExtremEdge Titanium Bent Soft Handle Scissor – Pink
- Tombow – Dual Brush Pen – 6 Color Set – Gray Scale
- Red Cardigan or Cape
I made a video tutorial sharing how to make it so you can follow along really easily. If you don't have fabric glue, you can get away with safety pins for the felt circle and probably get some pre-fab devil horns at Walmart or Target, likely on clearance.
We used a cardigan sweater instead of a cape but you can make a cape from 1 yard of red Kunin Eco-Fi Plus Premium Felt ($3.47 a yard at Walmart) or buy one as well. For true DIY on the cheap, here's how to make a DIY Deviled Egg Costume for under $10 (under $5 if you already have a head band and T-shirt!):
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This is the final post on the 30 Days of Halloween journey! Oh my gosh, I had no idea and then I totally knew it would be this much work. I'll be doing a recap video over on my Hydrangea Hippo YouTube channel PLUS a behind the scenes video about the process, trials, and how we did it over on the Rainmaker Media Works YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to both channels for videos every week! Check out all of the projects from 30 Days of Halloween below:
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