21 Awesome Kids' Halloween Costumes To Start Making Now

Your kids will rule Halloween with these DIYs...if you can finish them in time.

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6. Minion.

The creator of this masterpiece suggests you "grab a glass of wine" and "take a deep breath" before you start making yours, so, yeah, this one takes a little work. Find the tutorial here.

14. Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon.

This costume was made for Keaton, a Halloween-loving kid who uses a wheelchair. You can find the tutorial here, or you can visit Magic Wheelchair, a non-profit organization started by Keaton and his parents to make equally awesome costumes for other kids who use wheelchairs.

17. Captain Hook being eaten by Tick-Tock the Crocodile from Peter Pan.

The creator of this dastardly clever costume says anyone who tries this should have "ambition," and that's not because it's easy to make. Find the tutorial here.