DIY Family Space Costume
After our son’s space themed first birthday party, I had the idea to do a family space costume. It’s the perfect costume for a family of three, but you could add a sun costume, stars or a moon for additional family members!
I did a colorful take on this classic family costume idea, and it was quite simple to put together. Each one would be super cute on it’s own, or pick any two for a couples costume! Keep scrolling for the tutorials!
How To Make An Astronaut Costume
For the Planet Candy Bucket:
- Pumpkin Candy Bucket
- Smoothfoam Wreath (That fits over your candy bucket. If it’s a bit too small, you can shave off some of the inside carefully with a craft knife!)
- Non-Toxic Paint in 2 Colors of Your Choice
- Hot Glue Gun
- Clean out the soda bottles, remove labels and caps.
- Paint the soda bottles silver. You may need 2-3 coats, letting dry completely between each coat.
- Cut out 2 “fire” shapes from orange felt, then 2 smaller fire shapes from yellow felt. These don’t have to be perfect! If freehanding it makes you nervous, google “fire clip art” and print out something to use as a template from there!
- Hot glue the yellow fire on top of the orange fire.
- Roll the base of the fire so it’s small enough to fit inside the bottle tops. Add a bit of hot glue to the back of each and glue inside the bottle tops.
- Cut two pieces of elastic big enough to go around your child’s shoulder and under the arm.
- Hot glue the two soda bottles together. Then, hot glue each elastic piece to one of the soda bottles. Glue the ends of the elastic pieces together to form two loops.
- Select the patches you want to use and where you want to put them. Either iron (per package instructions) or hot glue the patches in place.
- Paint the plastic pumpkin bucket whatever color you’d like and the wreath a contrasting color. Let dry.
- Slip the wreath over the pumpkin bucket, add a few dots of hot glue to hold in place.
How To Make A Rocket Ship Solar System Costume
For the adult costumes in this family Halloween costume, you’ll need some simple clothing pieces and some craft foam to add the elements, turning them into a rocket ship costume and a solar system costume. Here’s how to make them.
- Silver (or white, or any color!) Dress (I’m wearing this one!)
- Craft Foam Yellow, Orange and any other two colors you’d like
- Shoe Clips
- Hot Glue Gun
- Blue T-Shirt
- Smoothfoam balls in varying sizes from 2″-4″ (Sometimes you can find half spheres like these and these and this is great because you don’t have to cut them!)
- Mini Smoothfoam (or regular foam, if you can’t find the smooth!) Wreath
- Paint in Variety of Colors Paintbrush
- Hot Glue Gun
- Wax Paper
- Find two circular items in your house (think a bowl, a lid, etc.) that are two slightly different sizes. Use the larger item to cut out three circles from one foam color and the smaller item to cut out three circles from another color.
- Cut out two “fin” shapes from another color of foam.
- Glue the smaller circles on top of the larger circles.
- Glue the circles to the front of your dress. Then glue the fins to the seams of the dress, one on each side!
- Cut out two fire shapes from orange foam, and two smaller fire shapes from yellow foam.
- Glue the smaller fire shapes on top of the larger ones.
- Attach directly to your shoes or to a shoe clip with glue so they are removable!
- If you have any full spheres (instead of the half spheres I mentioned) carefully cut them in half with scissors or a craft knife. Also cut the mini wreath in half.
- Lay out your planets on your shirt to decide where you want everything. I recommend taking a picture so you remember the layout!
- Paint all the half spheres and half-wreath a variety of vibrant colors. Let dry completely.
- Hot glue to the t-shirt. I recommend putting wax paper inside the shirt so the glue doesn’t go through both layers of the shirt!
DIY Planet Halloween Costumes
This post has been updated since it’s original September 2014.
And today I am sharing my kiddo’s DIY Jupiter Planet Halloween Costume! Plus, I’m also sharing 88 other creative costume ideas from talented bloggers all over! Be sure to read to the bottom for the blog hop of a lifetime.
I teamed up with Jamie Dorobek to bring tons of easy ideas to craft up DIY Halloween costumes for everyone including your pets, family costumes, and even a few trunk or treat ideas!
What supplies do I need to make Planet Costumes
- Hula Hoops
- Green Aqua Tee Shirts
- Glitter Washi Tape
- Plastic Airplanes
- Beanie Hat
- Gold Spray Paint
- Gold Pipe Cleaners
- Hot Glue
- String (or yarn)
- Gold Stars
I had such fun creating these planet costumes for my kids. At ages 3 and 2, they are constantly talking about flying rockets to the moon. I love making creative halloween costumes that they can play “dress up” in for the rest of the year.
We build “rocket-ships” with cardboard boxes all the time, so they are literally “over the moon” with being planets this Halloween!
How to make Outer Space Rocket Hats
To make the Outer Space Rocket hats, I started by spray painting the plastic airplanes (your rockets) gold. You will need just one for each hat.
Then I took three gold pipe cleaners and twisted them together. Once twisted, they created just enough stability to hold up the rockets, but still allowed for a little bounce – like they were “flying” around their hats.
Last, I gave the pipe cleaners a slight curve and hot glued the pipe cleaners to the beanie hats.
How to make Jupiter’s Rings Costume
To make your Planet Costume fully complete, you have to add Jupiter’s Rings!
I bought four hula hoops, two for each of my children. Using colorful glitter washi tape, I wrapped the hula hoops for a little extra sparkle.
Then, using yarn or string tie the hula hoops together and then create very basic shoulder straps.
Lastly, hot glue gold stars to the hats and tee shirts.
Planet Halloween Costume
My little green Jupiter’s Planet man is all ready for take off!
These precious planet halloween costumes are ready to be enjoyed during trick or treating and playtime later!
And now it’s time for tons more DIY Halloween costume inspiration! Join in on the BLOG HOP! Click on the links below each collage to get the detailed instructions about how to make the costume pictured, just like mine above.
Which handmade costume ideas did you love the most?!
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Alter Egos From Season Two [ ]
Dr. Kyle [ ]
Dr. Kyle is an alter ego that makes an appearance in Cartman’s Mom is Still a Dirty Slut.
Dodgeball Kyle [ ]
Dodgeball Kyle is an alter ego that makes an appearance in Conjoined Fetus Lady.
Kyle and the rest of the boys are shown to be a part of the South Park Cows dodgeball team. The uniform consists of green jerseys with the South Park Cows insignia near the left sleeve. Their team ends up winning the State Competition in Denver, the Nationals in Washington D.C., and finally the World Championships in China.
Evil Kyle [ ]
Evil Kyle is an alternate universe alter ego that makes an appearance in Spookyfish.
Evil Kyle is Kyle’s evil doppelganger who came to South Park from an alternate universe via the portal that opened up at the Indian Burial Ground Pet Store. He shows up in order to bring Evil Cartman back to their universe. His appearance is identical to Kyle’s, except that he has a brown goatee.
Alter Egos From Season Three [ ]
Getting Gay With Kids Kyle [ ]
Getting Gay With Kids Kyle is an alter ego that appears in Rainforest Shmainforest.
This is the uniform Kyle wears when he is a part of the Getting Gay With Kids choir. It consists of a yellow long sleeve shirt with the group‘s acronym on it and white gloves.
Jewbilee Kyle [ ]
Jewbilee Kyle is an alter ego that appears in the episodes Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub and Jewbilee.
In the episode, Kyle attends Jewbilee with Ike and Kenny, who lies about being Jewish in order to join the scouts during the meteor shower. Their uniform consists of a gray-brown jacket with various badges and a yellow bandana.
Clown Kyle [ ]
Clown Kyle is a Halloween costume that appears in Korn’s Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery.
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Kyle wears this costume to the Halloween Haunt at the beginning of the episode. It consists of clown face paint, a red wig, an oversized yellow jacket over his usual one, and blue pants.
Chinpokomon Soldier Kyle [ ]
Chinpokomon Solider Kyle is an alter ego that appears in Chinpokomon.
Kyle, along with the rest of the children in South Park, gets sucked into the Chinpokomon fad and becomes a Japanese soldier. He wears the Chinpokomon Camp uniform: a brown jacket, matching pants, and a yellow bandana.
Union Soldier Kyle [ ]
Union Soldier Kyle is an alter ego that appears in The Red Badge of Gayness.
Kyle wears this outfit at the Civil War reenactment, where he makes a bet with Cartman that their side will beat the Confederates. It is modeled after the uniforms worn by the Union soldiers in the Civil War with a blue button-up jacket with a black belt, gray pants, and a blue hat.
Abraham Lincoln Kyle [ ]
Abraham Lincoln Kyle is an alter ego that appears in The Red Badge of Gayness.
This costume is modeled after Abraham Lincoln and features his signature top hat, tuxedo, and a fake beard. Kyle dresses as Abraham Lincoln in order to put an end to the war and win Cartman’s bet. This ends up backfiring, however, since his actions ended slavery, thus making it illegal for him and Stan to make Cartman their slave.
Period Kyle [ ]
Period Kyle is an alter ego that makes an appearance in Are You There God? It’s Me, Jesus.
Cartman and Kenny contract a virus that causes them to bleed out of their anus, leading them to believe they’ve started their period. In an attempt to fit in with them, Kyle lies and says that he has also started his period. When hanging out at their clubhouse, he wears this outfit, consisting of a red scarf tied around his head, and a golden wing-shaped collar.
Alter Egos From Season Four [ ]
Tooth Trade Kyle [ ]
Tooth Trade Kyle is an alter ego that makes an appearance in The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000.
After joining the tooth trade, hiding teeth under the pillows of rich kids, and collecting the money, the boys become wealthy. Kyle wears a suit similar to his formal outfit with a black blazer, a dress shirt, and black dress pants. After finding out that the tooth fairy is not real, he also carries around a book that he reads to try and find the meaning of life.
Dream Fingerbang Kyle [ ]
Dream Fingerbang Kyle is an alter ego that appears in Something You Can Do with Your Finger.
When Cartman has a dream about being in a boy Band, Kyle is seen as one of the members. His outfit consists of a green dress shirt, a white jacket, a white hat, and a microphone.
Fingerbang Kyle [ ]
Fingerbang Kyle is an alter ego that appears in Something You Can Do with Your Finger.
After joining Fingerbang with the other boys, Kyle chooses to be the bad boy. Their Band only plays one show at the South Park Mall before they decide that the fame is too much for them. His costume consists of a fake mustache, a black leather jacket, and a gold chain necklace.
Treasure Cove Kyle [ ]
Treasure Cove Kyle is an alter ego that makes an appearance in The Wacky Molestation Adventure.
After getting all the adults arrested by claiming to have been molestered by them, the children of South Park split into two groups: SmileyTown, lead by Cartman, and Treasure Cove, led by Kyle and Stan. Kyle wears a beat-up, tattered costume with a brown cape, shoulder pads, and a scrap of fabric tied around his hat.
Coat Over Pajamas Kyle [ ]
Coat Over Pajamas Kyle is an alter ego that first makes an appearance in A Very Crappy Christmas.
Kyle can be seen wearing this at night when he and the boys search for Mr. Hankey in the sewers. The outfit is similar to Pajamas Kyle, except that he wears his usual orange coat over his pajamas.
Alter Egos From Season Five [ ]
Blaintologist Kyle [ ]
Blaintologist Kyle is an alter ego that appears in Super Best Friends.
Kyle and his friends discover a street magician named David Blaine performing on the streets of South Park. The boys, impressed by his feats, all decide to go to one of his camps, which turns out to actually be a front for his cult. Stan tries to get Kyle to leave, though the latter refuses and they break off their friendship. He is eventually rescued by Stan and the Super Best Friends. The cult uniform consists of a white button-up dress shirt and blue pants.
STD Fighter Kyle [ ]
STD Fighter Kyle is an alter ego that appears in Proper Condom Use.
Frightened by a sex education class taught by Ms. Choksondik, the boys and girls start a gender war mistakenly believing the other sex would give them STDs. During the battle, Kyle wears an outfit reminiscent of a green military uniform with an ammunition belt.
Gas Mask Kyle [ ]
Gas Mask Kyle is an alter ego that makes an appearance in Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants.
Kyle, along with the rest of the boys, are seen wearing gas masks at the bus stop following the 9/11 terrorist attack.
Harry, Ron, and Hermoine
The golden trio at Hogwarts taught us about love, friendship, death, and bravery. And if you and your pals are Harry Potter fans, then you already know what to do! To complete these looks, you’ll need wands, cloaks, and fake eyeglasses. Bonus: Try memorizing a few spells to play tricks on other trick-or-treaters.
Everyone knows how iconic the Charlie’s Angels films were, but it’s definitely the outfits that were the most memorable part. So grab your gals and dress up as Sabrina, Jill, and Kelly. Don’t forget to have your phone ready when duty calls!
Shauna Beni is the Associate Commerce Editor at Prevention. An NYC native and beauty product lover, Shauna has written for Beauty Magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, and ABC News. She enjoys testing out new beauty products, watching makeup tutorials on YouTube, and binge-watching her favorite shows on Netflix. When she’s not writing, you can find her taking Zumba classes at Crunch, trying out natural curly hairstyles, and giving her friends advice on what makeup and haircare products they should buy. Follow her on Instagram @Beni127.
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