5 Costumes That Are So Cool & Easy to Make, You Can DIY!

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There’s only a few weeks let until Halloween, and if you’re like most people, you’ve probably been procrastinating thinking of a costume until now. We know, we know — time just flies by, right? So, because we love ya here at Teen.com, we decided to show you 5 super-awesome, super-easy DIY costumes that’ll for sure get people talking.

Bag of Jellybeans
All you need is a garbage bag, some colorful balloons and cardboard and you’ll have the cutest costume ever! (Bonus points if you get your BFF to join you.)

Olive Penderghast from Easy A
To make the transformation into Olive, get a pair of black pants and tank top, throw on some dark shades and cut out a red ‘A.’ Bada bing, you’re good to go!

Facebook
Get it? Face. Book. Ha!

Ketchup
Okay, so the pic’s not DIY. But you can totally recreate the look with a red dress,
a white hat and printing paper for the label.

Twitter Bird
To become the ultimate social media site, glue a ton of blue feathers to a blue dress or shirt. A whiteboard is also essential so you can constantly update your friends on what you’re doing…in 140 characters or less, of course.

Twitter (@luvelizabethany)

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One Response to "5 Costumes That Are So Cool & Easy to Make, You Can DIY!"

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    Jasmine says:

    This seems so cool i like the olive costume the best. :)

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