Halloween is just a few short weeks away and people across the country are gearing up with the cutest, funniest, or scariest costumes they can find. If you’ve waited until the last minute to buy a costume and Target shelves have been cleared of all of their masks, witch hats, and face paint, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered!
Did you know there are plenty of DIY Halloween costumes you can make with plumbing supplies from your local hardware store or even spare pieces lying around your house?
Plumbing Supply Easy DIY Halloween Costumes
Elephant Costume: This DIY costume can be made using a hoodie from your closet, a plumbing hose, a wire hanger, and a few pieces of felt. The link below details how to make an Elephant Halloween costume for a child, but increase the sizes and you’ve got an easy, comfortable Halloween costume for an adult.
Mac and Cheese: Who doesn’t love Mac and Cheese? It’s an American classic – and a quick and easy DIY Halloween costume! From the directions at the link below, you can save yourself time rolling paper by swapping the yellow tubes of poster board with elbow PVC joints spray painted. Find the right size basket and this DIY costume can be adult-sized cup of Mac and Cheese we all wish Kraft would make.
Simply looking for creative Halloween costume ideas? We’ve got those too!
Four Plumbing-Inspired Halloween Costumes
Don’t settle for the usual zombie or witch Halloween costume! Impress your friends and neighbors with one of these plumbing inspired Halloween costumes.
- Dress up as everyone’s favorite plumbing duo – Mario and Luigi!
- Who says a sewer can’t be home sweet home? Rep the sewer lifestyle as a Ninja Turtle!
- Don’t want to draw attention to yourself? Take the not-so-inconspicuous invisible man route like Daniel from “Karate Kid” and be a shower for Halloween.
- And of course, there’s always the good ol’ plumber costume – bonus points for a painted plumber’s crack.
We hope you’ve found some inspiration for your last minute Halloween costume. If you try one of these ideas or come up with your very own plumbing-inspired costume, we want to see it! Share it with us on our Facebook page.