Halloween is right around the corner! Just 30 more days until all the ghosts and goblins come out for their trick or treating fun! Do you have your costumes ready? If not – there’s no need to worry because today I’ve rounded up 10 Fun DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for adults and kids! Take your pick – they will all be a hit on Halloween night!

10 Minute DIY Jellyfish Costume from Giggles Galore – How clever and fun is this? A simple clear umbrella and strips of ribbon are used to create this beautiful jellyfish! A Blue top and leggings complete the watery look!

Koala Bear Baby Costume from C.R.A.F.T: Felt and safety pins come to the rescue to create this super adorable baby koala costume! A koala mask and paws are made from felt and attached to a gray hat and pants. A white felt koala tummy is added to a onesie. See the full tutorial and the mask template.

Three pieces of felt and a sewing machine are all that’s needed to whip up this fun and Simple Candy Corn Costume from Dukes and Duchesses!

Minion Costume from Pink and Black Magazine – this is a costume that can be made for her or adapted for the whole family! Minion goggles are made from Styrofoam cups colored silver – how cute!

DIY Sci-Fi Jetpack from Doodle Craft Blog – Does your kiddo want to be an astronaut? Then he or she will love this adorable DIY costume! Pop bottles are repurposed into rocket jet packs! I love the red and orange felt flames. This is a great costume idea for kids that don’t like wearing masks and there are no hems to trip on as they run from door to door!

Need a last minute easy costume idea? Check out this Adult Bandit Costume from Say Yes. The only part of this costume you have to make is stenciling a $ dollar sign to plain tote bags! Black and white striped tees, black pants, black knit hats, gloves, and simple black masks complete the look!

How to Make DIY Chains from Ribbons and Glue: This is such a clever costume accessory idea using pipe insulation cover! Create a chain of links from pieces cut out with a knife. Drape them over your costume or even hang them by your door for some creepy Halloween decor!

This is such a cute Snail Costume from Oh Happy Day and easy on the wallet to make! The shell and antenna are made from brown kraft paper crumpled, rolled and twisted into shape:

Here’s another felt costume – but this one uses silver satin lining and contrast stitching to amp up the fabulous detail! Bat Costume from Made:

I love …cut out the web shape, add two ribbons to the neck and your cape is done! See the full tutorial for the adult and kid’s version!

What will you be for Halloween this year?