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    Updated on Aug 31, 2020. Posted on Oct 17, 2015

    17 Mind-Blowingly Cute And Simple Halloween Costumes For Kids

    Because busy parents have enough stuff to do.

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    1. Pineapple (or Standard Apple)

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    Would wear any day of the year, TBH. Here's how to make it.

    2. "Teenage" Mutant Ninja Turtle

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    Looks so cozy, you'll want to dress as Leonardo. Find out how here.

    3. Spider Web

    deliacreates.com

    Check out the spookily simple tutorial here.

    4. Glow-in-the-Dark Skeleton

    artfulparent.com

    Creepy and easy to keep track of while trick-or-treating in the dark. Learn how to make it here.

    5. Mac 'n' Cheese

    diynetwork.com

    Everybody's favorite. Learn how to make it here.

    6. Pizza

    u-createcrafts.com

    Everybody's other favorite. Learn how to make it here.

    7. Leaf Pile

    moomama.com

    Bonus: Great for hiding in the bushes and giving big siblings a little fright. Get the full tutorial here.

    8. Rubik's Cube

    designmom.com

    Making this costume > unscrambling an actual cube. Here's how to do it.

    9. Slurpee

    costume-works.com

    Blue-and-white-striped fabric will give you a head start — or if you're really short on time, the tulle and pool noodle could make for a great cotton candy look. Here's how to make it.

    10. Lego

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    Cute, and a lot less dangerous than the ones all over your floor. Here's how to build it.

    11. Baby Candy Corn

    themomcreative.com

    Sweet! Learn how to make it here.

    12. Piñata

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    Consider the resulting candy an accessory. Watch the full tutorial here.

    13. Scuba Diver

    delineateyourdwelling.com

    Would go great with that shark costume you've got planned for yourself. Learn how to make it here.

    14. Bee

    gingersnapcrafts.com

    Bzzzzz! Full tutorial here.

    15. Fox

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    Get sly without sewing. Ears tutorial here, tail here.

    16. Siri

    rookiemoms.com

    OK, so the tutorial is for an iPhone costume. Still, a clever kid of speaking age could give some great Siri-like answers.

    17. Dinosaur

    gingersnapcrafts.com

    Give your little monster an appropriate uniform. Find out how here.

    Craft on, busy parents. Craft on.