Splish, splash takin’ a bath on a delightful Halloween night! It’s October which means it’s time for Halloween costumes and today we are showing you how to have lots of squeaky clean fun on Halloween with our DIY Bubble Bath Halloween Costume.
Halloween is creeping up on us and this month our Michaels Makers project is all about helping you get into the spirit with a unique DIY Halloween costume that takes little time to make and cost less than $15. Whether you’re into spooky sights, playful pumpkins or giggling ghouls, the Michaels.com Halloween project page has tons of ideas for DIY Halloween costumes and décor.
Growing up my mom always made our Halloween costumes. We had some of the best costumes and I can honestly say I don’t ever recall wanting a store bought costume. So naturally, when I had kids I couldn’t wait to make their Halloween costumes. Over the years there have been some cute ones, like the year my oldest was Little Bo Beep and the twins were her sheep. And then there have been easy costumes inspired by one of my mom’s favorite costumes from her childhood, like this very popular DIY Octopus Costume. This year I was inspired by one of my daughter’s favorite things, taking a bubble bath. She loves filling up the big tub with lots and lots of bubbles and singing at the top of her lungs. So this year we are taking her love of the tub to a whole new level with this easy bubble bath costume.
There is no sewing required, just balloons, white shirt & pants, an inflatable duck and some bath accessories. Rub-a-dub dub, in less than 15 minutes you’ll have a darling bubble bath beauty ready for trick or treating.
- Clear Latex Balloons
- White Latex Balloons
- Pink Latex Balloons
- White Shirt & Pants
- White Headband
- Safety Pins
- Rubber Cement
- Rubber Duck
Blow up a bunch of the balloons in varying sizes, you can even let the kids help.
Put your child in the white shirt and pants, then start to pin the balloons in clusters on to the outfit.
Safety pin balloons to the white headband to form the bubble headband.
Use the rubber cement to adhere the rubber duck to a few balloons.
Don’t you just love a cute handmade Halloween costume. Especially when it’s so easy and inexpensive?!
Have your kids decided what they want to be for Halloween? If you’re looking for ideas and inspiration check out the other 49 DIY costumes from the Michaels Makers and you might just find the perfect one for you, your kiddos or your beloved pet this Halloween!