Are you looking for something specifically for your little boy to dawn to the next big costumed event? Put your hands to work and make something completely unique with a little help from us. Whether it’s a night of trick-or-treating or a birthday party filled with the best new duds, check out these 24 DIY toddler boy costumes that absolutely rock!
Where’s Waldo? Find your own cutie and create his costume with help from Repeat Crafter Me.
I Am Momma Hear Me Roar shows us how to make a fierce viking costume for the tiniest lad of the house. How adorable is this!?
Go with something classically Halloween like a spider. If you hop on over to Mad in Crafts you can grab all the easy details.
Running with Scissors features a charming dinosaur tail DIY project that we’re swooning over too. It’s perfect for dress up but also a great foundation for a super rad costume too.
If your little guy has a passion for helping in the kitchen, he could also dress as a chef for the day. Check out Andrea’s Notebook and learn how to sew up one of these charming chef hats.
Here’s another classic Halloween costume you’ll want to have in your DIY repertoire. And We Play has all the directions on creating a super easy skeleton costume.
7. Gator Boys
A Night Owl‘s little boys really love the Gator Boys show on Animal Planet, so she took it to a super creative level and DIYed costumes inspired by them. DO your little ones like the show too?
8. Kristoff from Frozen
Mom Endeavors used Frozen has her inspiration. While all little girls want to be Elsa or Anna, you can turn your boy into Kristoff!lll.8
9. Army Man from Toy Story
Wild Ink Press has one of my favorites on the list. We’re loving this super creative costume based on the Army Men from Disney’s Toy Story!
Dress your little man in a beard with some help from Make It Love It. Learn how to transform him into a rough and rugged lumberjack for the night.
Taylor Made did something super adorable but also quite clever too. No one else at the party will be a skunk!
We’re loving this creative warrior-inspired helmet from Crafteeo. Your little guy can even help you design it!
KGP shows off a super chic and stylish mummy costume. This too is classic Halloween if you’re looking for something spooky and extra festive.
Here’s another costume inspired by Disney! Take a peek at Mitch and Mickey for inspiration on this duo costume!
15. Curious George
If he always loved Curious George books, why not dress him like the characters? Check out Haute Apple Pie for the details.
16. Peter Pan’s Shadow
Going as Peter Pan is a great idea but going on his shadow is even better. We are loving the cleverness behind this costume from Tikkido.
A cowboy is a timeless costume as well and there’s a time in every little boy’s life where he daydreams of becoming one. House of Noise has all the details on how to make this one come together seamlessly.
18. Strong Man
Tip Junkie has some circus costume ideas and we’re swooning and giggling over this tiny strong man. Don’t forget the mustache!
inhabitants took a cardboard box and turned it into something special. Have your little one walk down the street as the newest iPhone on the block.
Sew Much Ado shows us how to create some classic cavemen costumes as well. These too are a timeless addition to someone’s costume repertoire.
21. Upside-Down Man
If you’re looking for something extra creative and funky check out this idea from Sugar Bee Crafts. Where’s his face?!
Living with Punks will teach you how to sew up this snazzy bat mask. It makes the perfect start to a mysterious and creepy bat costume.
We’re kind of loving this shark costume from Create Craft Love. It’s adorable and has a bit of silly humor sewn in too.
Martha Stewart shows us how to turn your little guy into a simple and sweet “nerd” for the day – complete with glasses, suspenders and pencils in his shirt pocket.