I’m in a Facebook group with a bunch of other creative professionals, many of whom make beautiful, handcrafted goods. So I invited them to share their costume accomplishments with us. Have a look at these adorable costumes for toddlers and preschoolers.
Leigh actually sells the items her son Isaac is wearing in this photo.
crowns and capes sold on tiny antlers
I like the crown, cape, and horse combo for a sensitive kid who may not tolerate more of a costume. With a few accessories, he can feel in control of what he’s wearing.
Artist and mom Mari (don’t miss her painting work) made this monster truck…
… and this robot that LIGHTS UP!
need details? step-by-step for Mari’s monster truck costume
This school boy-wizard has a simple homemade tunic, a storebought witch hat, and a chopstick-turned-magic wand. The key to his pulled together look is the white collar and tie peeking out. Well done, Rachel!
wizard costume from the barefoot crafter
Another magic costume: this white bunny is being worn in a front carrier by magician mama, but it appears that she’s being pulled out of a hat. Great work integrating the Ergo carrier, Jennifer! (See more baby carrier costumes here.)
mama jennifer owns etsy shop committed – adorable gifts for new moms
And happily ever after, this little Cinderella is wearing a costume her mom SEWED BY HAND! Mom is Fairy Godmother and Dada is Prince Charming, of course.
mom owns gorgeous party boutique bfestive
Did you make a cool costume? Send us a photo at firstname.lastname@example.org!