Easy Baker + Cupcake Store Bought Halloween Costumes

This year I finally wised up for Halloween!  My kiddos are only 15.5 months apart (Oy, I know) and I’ve been making them coordinating homemade Halloween costumes since the beginning (owls, Scuba Divers and Planets).  It’s been fun and something I really enjoy doing, but we have a lot of crazy going on in our lives this year so I wanted to go the LOW STRESS Halloween Costume route.  Today I am sharing my Easy Baker + Cupcake Store Bought Halloween Costumes.

We do a lot of dress-up at our house, so I mostly wanted to be something fun that they can enjoy throughout the year and easy!  I still had some creative fun but went 90% store bought and 10% homemade.  And you WON’T believe how inexpensive these costumes were, read to the very bottom to see!!

Baker-Cupcake Halloween Kid Costume, Delineateyourdwelling.com
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supply list

– BAKER SUPPLIES –
*Baker/Chef Hat + Apron  (I was surprised on the quality of these.)
Wooden Spoon (Mine was from Dollar Store)
White Plastic Colander (Mine was from Dollar Store)
Various plastic + wooden toy cooking supplies/food
Mascara for mustache

– CUPCAKE SUPPLIES –
*Cupcake Costume
White Plastic Colander (Mine was from Dollar Store)
*Clear Plastic Cup with STRAW + Lid (Target)
Pink, Red, Purple, Yellow construction paper
*Martha Stewart Fringe Scissors

I photoshopped all the supplies from Amazon onto the image below for easier viewing (those are not my kids).

Baker-Cupcake Halloween Costume supplies

For my son’s baker costume, I went with minimal effort.  We already had a big wooden spoon so I painted the top portion of it with pink acrylic paint to match the frosting of my daughter’s cupcake costume.  I added a few brightly colored sprinkles as well, because yummy sprinkles!

Baker-Cupcake Spoon steps
We added a cute mascara mustache and a tied on some plastic food/cooking utensils.  What a baker!

Baker-Cupcake Halloween Costume chef

No little girl’s costume would be complete without a wand, so I made her a cupcake sprinkle wand!  I found this clear plastic cup with straw at Target on sale.  The straw had a small lip at the end and I used that to my advantage.  I pulled the straw out as far as the lip would allow and then used hot glue to secure it would stay.  I ended up adding a lot of glue to make it nice and secure.

Baker-Cupcake Wand steps
For the sprinkles, I was so happy to find a good use for my Martha Stewart fringe scissors!   These scissors honestly cut my time in third.  After most of the cup was full of brightly colored sprinkle paper, I added some ribbon embellishments to the outside of the wand for extra sprinkle power.

Baker-Cupcake Wand confetti step
Some bright lipstick on the cheeks and my little cupcake with a cherry on top was ready!

Cupcake-Baker Halloween Costume
Put them together and it’s just icing on the Halloween cake, pun intended!

Baker-Cupcake Halloween Costumes

Baker-Cupcake Halloween Costume down
Cupcake-Baker Halloween Costume wand
Ready for the kicker?  For these two adorable Halloween costumes I spent $30!!!  I shopped Amazon for the main costumes, Dollar Store for the odds and ends and the rest we already had.  Boom, halloween, I’m taking back expensive store bought costumes!

If you liked this post, you might also like my Scuba Diver Costumes and my DIY Planet Costumes… both were huge hits!

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