DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costume

INSIDE : See how to make a fun, EASY, and inexpensive DIY Homemade Scuba Diver Costume for your children this Fall in just a few simple steps!  Plus, it is a great dress-up outfit for years to come.

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I have been making my children coordinating DIY and homemade Halloween costumes ever since they could crawl.  So far, they have been baby owls, a Baker + Cupcake and Planets.

Last year my kids were into all things underwater.  So when Halloween was nearing, I decided to create them matching DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costume.

Unfortunately, I did not capture pictures of the creation process for the blog, but decided to share the few personal photos I had taken from last year.

I made my son in all blue accents for his scuba diver costume and my little girl in all green.

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DIY HOMEMADE SCUBA DIVER COSTUME SUPPLIES:

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Black shirt and pants  \  2 sets of 2 Litter Bottles \ Cotton Rope or yarn
Spray Paint (green + blue) \ Black Electrical Tape \  Sponge Hair Curlers
Swim Goggles + Snorkels  \  Metal Pail \ Silver Washi tape  \  hot glue \ chalkboard paint

 

HOW TO MAKE A DIY HOMEMADE SCUBA DIVER COSTUME:

SCUBA TOOL BELT:
Their tool belt was electrical tape with  sponge hair curlers woven through.  I doubled the tape onto itself so it wasn’t sticky and wrapped around their waist.  I used one additional piece of tape to keep it all together.  You could add all kinds of fun little items on their belt but the sponge curlers are light weight and inexpensive, so I just went with these!

OXYGEN BACKPACKS:
I saved four 2-Litter bottles, washed and dried them.  Then I spray painted them the appropriate colors.  After they were dry, I added black electrical tape and silver washi tape to secure them together.  I used rope to create the straps.  Using hot glue I glued the bottom of the rope to the bottom of the painted bottles.  The top portion of the rope, I tucked into the bottom and added a dab of glue to secure.

FACE GEAR:
Target was having a sale on summer swim gear, so I snagged a blue and green set of goggles and snorkels for $6.99.  However, these are a similar styled snorkel and mask.

Target’s dollar section came into play for their fish buckets, but these are a similar style pail.  And a little chalkboard paint and you can write their names on the pails.

DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costume, Delineate Your Dwelling

Here is a close up of their tool belt.  You can see the doubled up electrical tape and how I wove the sponge curlers through it.

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DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costume, Delineate Your Dwelling
This was such a fun and simple costume!  Also my babies were SO LITTLE!!

DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costume, Delineate Your Dwelling

There have been thousands of you all making this halloween costume!!  Please tag me on Instagram with your finished products, I’d love to see and share them!! 

The best part was they dressed up as scuba divers for months and months afterwards.  This was an excellent costume on the cheap that really got some great use out of!   So next year be sure to keep DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costumes high on your list!

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24 thoughts on “DIY Scuba Diver Halloween Costume

  1. So cute! Question. .. I assume the belt is not attached to their clothes. Did you put two stripes of tape together (sticky sides) to make it? And then how did you attach it together at ends.

    1. Thank you! You are right, I put two pieces of tape together so it was not sticky and I could weave it through the sponge curlers. Then I wrapped it around their waist and secured together with an additional piece of tape. I’d love to see pictures of your little scuba divers when you are done!

    1. Good question, Daria! I tied a knot on one end of the rope and the opened the top of the soda bottle and placed the rope/knot inside the bottle, then put the cap back on. So that held the top portion of the rope. For the bottom, I simply glued the rope using hot glue.

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    If you have other kid-friendly craft tutorials, we’d love for you to submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can get one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for such a fun costume idea!

  3. I LOVE THIS!! Seriously, I’m off to convince my little one to do this. =) I actually scored a wetsuit for him ($1) at a garage sale this summer and it would be such a perfect outfit. So cute!

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