Superhero Costumes Infographic #DIY

Superheros are the Halloween rage this year but who wants to pay for an overpriced costume that you will probably only wear once? Not I! The solution: Take a few reusable clothing pieces, a bit of goodies from your craft clothes, place them together and bam you are ready for that spook night outing.

Courtesy of: We Love Colors


  1. rebeka deleon says

    I already bought my son a $20 iron man costume, which i think is a great price! amazon always offers great deals. a lot cheaper than the costume stores.

  2. Tanya White says

    Omg I am so gunna make the Batman costume for hubby, He wanted to go look for one at the store this weekend, I was going to go buy one as much as I was against it because of the cost but now I can surprise him with this, very cheap too! Thank you this is so cool.

  3. lisa says

    You have the right idea. Why spend money on something that will be worn once? I love the costume ideas and easy to follow guide.

  4. alihaider says

    This is so exciting. Amazon is in practice of presenting great deals with comparative prices than that of costume stores.Thanks for sharing lovely ideas.

  5. Sarah L says

    I’ll be wearing a pumpkin costume I made with orange sweatshirt, black felt, green pants and a green stem hat.

  6. Maria Iemma says

    When I was growing up we never went to ‘buy’ costumes for Halloween but instead had to be creative and use what we had around the house. Posting this was a wonderful idea.

  7. lisa says

    I’ll bet those turn out so much better than the store bought costumes. I’ve never been fond of those silly plastic masks and costumes.

  8. Alexia says

    This is a great post! I feel like every year the costumes get more and more expensive and a lot of times, it’s not necessarily the costume but the acessories that are “sold separately.” DYI are so much reasonable AND you can have a lot of fun with it, it’s not so generic.

  9. Deborah Caudill says

    I love your article on DIY super hero costumes. My son was really too old to dress up this year, but a lot of the moms in our cul-de-sac asked if he would take a lot of the 6 and older kids out trick or treating, so he wanted to dress up to take them. He ended up making a Rick Grimes costume from The Walking Dead. They all had a blast. I don’t know about these moms though — I loved taking my son out myself. I guess things have changed with some moms. I like handing out the candy this year.

  10. md kennedy says

    I know Halloween is over for another year, but I wish I’d had these instructions! I so much more love a home-made costume than a purchased one.

  11. Adrienne L Rudolph says

    I love this thank you for sharing it, I hate paying so much for store bought Halloween costumes and they are always falling apart right away.

  12. Paula Weintraut says

    Costumes were so expensive and my Grandson got his last minite when they went on sale . Im Forwarding this to my daughter and keeping it for myself and making the costumes next year!

  13. Abbey R. says

    Thanks for putting this together! I am looking forward to adding a couple of these ideas to our “wardrobe/dress up/pretend box!!!!!!

  14. M.Clark says

    I wanted to be Wonder Woman when I was a child, it would have been great to have this infographic back then. Thank you for sharing this great post.

  15. nicole dziedzic says

    My kids love playing dress up and letting there imagination run free, and they love there super hero’s, awesome ideas.

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