•Tight white skirt
•Red fabric paint
•White crop top
Crumble up some tissues and glue the edges together so they stay in place. With either half or 3/4 of the tissues you have, paint them yellow and wait until they dry. Glue them onto your shirt. Afterward, take your skirt and place your painters tape vertically. In the white spaces, take your red fabric paint and start painting. After the fabric paint has dried (you will want to follow any specific instructions as well if required) take paint off, and you have the cutest costume ever!
2) GUM BALL MACHINE
•Colorful bags of pom poms
Take your headband and glue on your pom poms. Repeat the same process with your shirt. After you have completed your top and headband, set those aside. Cut out a rectangular piece of paper and draw on a little slot where the coins would go. Glue it onto the front of your skirt, and there you have it!
3) ICE CREAM
•Colorful construction paper
Take your construction paper and cut out long, thin pieces of paper so that they look like sprinkles, and glue them onto your dress. I would recommend using an old white dress that you typically don't use, but if you want to wear a certain dress and wear it outside of halloween as well, you can tape on the sprinkles. Otherwise, continue gluing. Set the dress aside. Take your construction paper and roll it by the corners to create a cone. Tape it together and glue it onto your rubber band.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post! I wanted to do DIY Costume ideas for you guys but with a twist, and I figured, who doesn't love food, right?! If you decide to recreate any of these looks, make sure to tag me on my social media accounts or message me (my Instagram and Snapchat will be linked below) as well as use the #lookneondots or #halloweenwithneondots. Kisses to my neonators!