10 Easy DIY Kids’ Purim Costumes
By Vivian Henoch, Editor myJewishDetroit
February 1, 2017
If you missed the post Halloween sales and now you’re scrambling for a costume for your little humans to wear to this year’s Purim festivities, stop. Put the car keys down. You might just have everything you need to make an exceptionally adorable Purim costume right in your home. And we’re not talking about some basic Queen Esther get-up either.
Needle and Thread
Got a spare lamp shade, a piece of cardboard and some duct tape? You’re halfway there. Get the complete supply list and instructions for this costume from creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com right here.
This picture-perfect flower pot costume is as easy as it gets. See how clumsycrafter.com puts it all together here.
You can never go wrong with muscles and mustaches. See how tipjunkie.com took some felt and balloons to create this costume here.
For every parent who has had the inexplicable urge to draw a unibrow on your child, this one’s for you. See how lovelyish.com put together this iconic artist here.
A cardboard box, some plastic cups, paint and you’re good to go. Makes a great family costume too, because c’mon, what are you suppose to do with one Lego? See how simple wineandglue.com makes it here.
Never underestimate the versatility of a pop bottle come Purim costume making time. Just add goggles. See how delineateyourdwelling.com did it here.
A little nervous about making a costume from scratch? This one is just your speed. See how simple ohhappyday.com makes it here.
So basically, all you need is air. And a ducky. And maybe like one or two other things which gigglesgalore.net explains here.
Rosie the Riveter
If you’re really crunched for time, skip the background and just rock the denim and bandana. And there’s more inspiring costumes on amightygirl.com right here.
Don’t even need a hot glue gun for this one. Any combination of Hawaiian shirt, fanny pack, straw hat, sunglasses and visor will do. Get some tourist costume tips from womansday.com right here.