1. Bring your stick figure dreams to life.
2. Be a camera that actually works.
Find out how to make this incredible, fully functional costume here.
3. A plastic apple plus a bowler hat make The Son of Man.
4. Bacon and eggs.
Instructions available at Makezine.
5. Capture the joy of childhood as a rollercoaster.
6. Or as rock, paper, scissors.
Get the directions from Lauren Conrad.
7. Gloves make easy moose antlers.
Get the directions at The Dragon's Fairy Tail.
8. While an old umbrella can become bat wings.
Get the directions at Evil Mad Scientist.
9. A picture frame and some non-toxic paint can turn you into a work of art in minutes.
10. Use paper towels to make a mummy costume:
Martha Stewart provides the instructions.
11. Channel your face-painting skills to be a Pop Art figure.
12. Or a silent film star.
Get the directions from Whitney Avalon.
13. Get ~relevant~ as an iPhone.
All you need is a large cardboard box and either a color printer or very impressive artistic skills.
14. Get together with your pals like peanut butter and jelly.
Bonus: this idea is no-sew.
15. Or as Play-Doh.
16. Or paint chips.
Because why the heck not? Find out more here.
17. Even if you're not hairy nor spherical, any twosome can become Castaway.
WILSOOOOOOOON. Find a ton more couples' costume ideas at Katie In Kansas.
18. Get together a group to become the most addictive game of all time.
Take THAT, Kim Kardashian game. Find out more at Instructables.
19. Or find a tiny human to become the spider to your web.
This Martha Stewart costume is much easier than it initially appears.
20. Tug some heartstrings as the Up characters.