Crafting DIY Halloween costumes for your dog is so much fun! We’ve rounded up a handful of ideas to get you started. Whether you’re going for Sweet, Funny, Pop Culture or Howl-o-ween Horror, we’ve got something for everyone. No matter what your crafting skill level, you’ll find a costume for your pup.
It’s never too early to start planning your Halloween costumes, right?
Of course not! Especially if you’re in the mood to make your own costume for your best four-legged friend. And if you’re feeling inspired, how about creating a matching costume for yourself?
Let’s dive in….
Cute, cuter and more cute!
Tori Mistick from the popular Wear Wag Repeat has the most adorable DIY “couples costumes” for you and your dog. Easy to put together and the two of you are going to win best couple in the costume contest.
You can find this adorable duo and more on her site. Tubular, dude!
Are you more of the last-minute type?
Or have a party coming up you forgot about and your dog needs a costume NOW? Jessica Shipman at Beagles and Bargains has got you covered. Check out this ingenious idea for a simple DIY costume you can put together in minutes. It all begins with a baby Onesie!
Does your dog melt for no one?
Then she has to rock this easy-to-make M&M Mini costume, also from Beagles and Bargains.
Do you have a duo of dogs that were simply meant to be?
They would be perfectly suited to each other in The Nightmare Before Christmas Jack and Sally costumes from Lisa Bregant at Heartprints Pets.
Bryn Nowell from A Dog Walks Into a Bar came up with four quick and easy DIY costumes. You just knew one of them would be a BoosHound, didn’t you? Bryn and her Boston Terrier, Yoda, made an appearance on News22 WKLP in Springfield, Massachusetts to show off their costumes. Check it out below…
This is strange…
Finally, if your taste runs to Stranger Things (see what I did there?) then we’ve got the perfect combo for you. This DIY Demodog costume just begs for you to grab your walkie talkie like Dustin Henderson and play along with your dog.
Find the full tutorial here.
We’d LOVE to see your Halloween costumes. Share below!