Food-Inspired DIY Halloween Costume Ideas

Majority of costumes this year will be a TV character, possibly a superhero or maybe even a creepy zombie. Most Halloween costumes are subjects, as opposed to things… but this year I was thinking about switching it up, plus I was hungry when I was deciding what I wanted to be and that’s when I came across a pineapple costume. The costume was simple, easy and oh so creative, so I continued my search and found even more awesome food costumes. Take a look below and see what delicious food you could be this year!

Fruit-

Strawberry tutorial >> http://www.studiodiy.com/2014/10/08/diy-strawberry-costume/

Grape tutorial >> http://www.ehow.com/how_4510852_make-grape-bunch-costume.html

Pineapple tutorial >> http://www.studiodiy.com/2013/10/28/diy-pineapple-costume/

Ice cream cone tutorial >> http://www.studiodiy.com/2014/10/20/diy-ice-cream-cone-costume/

Pizza tutorial >> http://www.studiodiy.com/2014/10/14/diy-pizza-slice-delivery-boy-couples-costume/

Burger tutorial >> http://www.studiodiy.com/2015/09/21/diy-burger-costume/

Popcorn tutorial >> http://www.studiodiy.com/2015/09/27/diy-popcorn-costume/

Gumball tutorial >> http://www.thejoyoffashionblog.com/2014/10/halloween-homemade-gumball-machine.html?m=1

Hope you have a happy and yummy Halloween!

Tara Wikoff | CW44 Tampa Bay

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