How to Make DIY Dog Costumes


Want to have some fun? Be unique and have your 4 legged family member be the bell or prince of the Halloween Ball? Want to create the costume yourself? We got you covered there too! Check out some suggestions we created for the DIY costumes creators out there. Here are some great pet costume ideas and tips that you can make right at home with the help of My Sunshine Shoppe!

how to make dog costumeYes, you found your costume, but your furry pal may be at wits end trying to find his or hers. Give your special companion a hand or two by making a costume for him/her this Halloween. Not only will you impress people with your artistic talent, but you will also be saving megabucks by crafting your own. Click on to get inspired by the team at My Sunshine Shoppe and their furry family members by some of the best DIY pet costumes around.

Loads of pets revel in being dressed up, or their owners want to incorporate them in the festivities, but store bought costumes can be expensive. With just a few materials and some imagination, you can make a howling good costume for your four-legged pal. Please just don’t forget to put your pets safety first and make sure your pet isn’t constrained in a way that prevents him from breathing, seeing or hearing. At the SunShine Shoppe we’ve stirred up some of the easiest and most creative homespun Halloween get-up ideas for pets, so please take a seat for a spell and have some brew as we reveal to you that just about anyone can be crafty!

Is made from angel wings, infant tutu, sequin fancy bow on the collar and a princess tiara.

Tooth Fairy
Is made with fairy wings, an infant tutu, glitter cheer bow on the collar and a princess tiara.

Work Out
The head band is made from 5/8” glitter elastic. The leash and wrist bands are made with 3/8” glitter elastic and the 30mm gumball beads.

Star Wars
We used Brown satin puffs and 1/8” elastic for Princess Leia, jute on the hoodies for Yoda and Ewalk, and for Chewbacca 1”, 3/8” and 5/8” elastic were used.

Is made from an infant tutu, felt circles and a macy flower for the yee-haw. We decorated the pink cowboy hat with a brown bitty blossom, a mini glitter bow, a square bitty button and brown ruffle elastic. To keep the hat on we attached single prong alligator clips to the hat.

Is made from a black polka dot infant tutu. The witch hat is decorated by using felt circles, 1/8” black elastic or alligator prongs, black and grey striped 5/8” stripped elastic, an orange felt rose, a black & white chevron blossom and lime mini mesh flower. The bow on the neck is a black phoebe.


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