Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy

Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy

Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy Get ready to embark on a wild adventure with these fantastic DIY Where the Wild Things Are costumes! Maurice Sendak’s beloved story comes to life in this captivating collection of homemade costumes that are so amazing, you’ll want to devour them.

Take a look at DIY costumes inspired by the fearless protagonist, Max, and learn how to create his iconic wolf suit and crown with the tutorials provided here.

But the real showstoppers are the Wild Things themselves when they’re transformed into homemade costumes. The intricate details on these remarkable costumes make it seem as though they’ve leaped right out of the storybook’s pages.

What’s more, this makes for a fantastic group costume idea, and you’ll find numerous examples of DIY family costumes in this collection.

So, just like Max, set sail on a thrilling journey and let your creativity run wild as you craft your very own Where the Wild Things Are costumes, ensuring your best DIY costume ever!

Where The Wild Things Are – An Incredible Couples Costume

Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy
Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy

This year, my wife, an elementary librarian, came up with the brilliant idea of paying tribute to Maurice Sendak with our Halloween costumes. We always opt for homemade costumes, but these required more effort than usual. The papier-mâché heads were meticulously crafted, each layer taking two days to dry…

Coolest Homemade Where the Wild Things Are Costume

Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy
Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy

While I’ve crafted many Halloween costumes in the past, taking on the challenge of creating Where the Wild Things Are costumes this year was a leap into the unknown. I knew it would be larger and more elaborate than anything I’d ever tackled before…

LaLa Loopsy and Where the Wild Things Are Costumes

I’ve always considered myself super crafty, dubbing myself “Craft Handed” rather than right or left-handed. Last year, I decided to take the plunge and create my kids’ Halloween costumes from scratch. Lacking a sewing machine and funds for fabric stores, I relied on my trusty hot glue gun…

Homemade Wild Things Couple Costume

Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy
Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy

Creating the monster head involved constructing a lightweight hat with polyester filling. The fabric head of the monster was crafted from a t-shirt and cardboard, featuring Styrofoam balls for the eyes and nose. It was designed for comfort and wearability…

Cool Carol from “Where the Wild Things Are” Costume

I’m Steve, an industrial designer in NJ, with a passion for bringing iconic characters to life at Halloween. Carol from “Where the Wild Things Are” was one of my favorite childhood characters, making it the perfect choice for this year’s costume. Crafting Carol took me three days (72 hours)…

Toddlers Getting Wild Halloween Costumes

Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy
Where The Wild Things Are Costume Diy

My son Coen has developed a newfound love for books, with “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak being among his favorites. As this Halloween marked the first time he had some understanding of the festivities, I decided to try my hand at sewing and create his costume from scratch…

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Best Ever “Where the Wild Things Are” Costumes for Preschoolers

My two-year-old grandson, Silas, recently fell in love with the book “Where the Wild Things Are.” Every time his mom returned the book to the library, he’d insist on checking it out again. So, we realized that he truly…

Where The Wild Things Are Homemade Group Family Costume

Every year, our school hosts a Book Character Parade, and we encourage the kids to dress up as their favorite book characters. My assistant and I teach kindergarten and are always on the lookout for dual characters. This year, we decided to become “The Wild Things” from the book “Where The Wild Things Are”…

Where the Wild Things Are Family Costume: Let the Wild Rumpus Start!

My one-year-old son adores when we read books to him. My husband and I came across “Where the Wild Things Are,” a book I cherished from my own childhood. Halfway through the story, when Max cries out, “Let the wild rumpus start!”…

Fun Family Costume Idea: Where the Wild Things Are

During a family trip to Chicago, we wandered into a costume shop just for fun. My husband spotted a “Max” costume, and it seemed fitting since our son’s name is Max. Unfortunately, it was too large, but that sparked an idea, and we decided to make it a family affair…

Original Where the The Wild Things Are Halloween Costume

I’m a Middle School Art Teacher, and the topic of Halloween came up shortly after the school year began, with kids discussing the costumes they wanted to buy this year. I told them that the best costumes were always the ones people made themselves, rather than purchased in a store…

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Coolest Homemade Carol from Where the Wild Things Are Halloween Costume

As with all of my Halloween costumes, I came up with the Where the Wild Things Are idea less than a week before Halloween and was working on it until we walked out the door. We purchased the Max onesie for my husband, but I had to create Carol by hand…