Halloween Costumes Made Using Bella Sunshine

It's that time of year again! Temperatures are coming down, trees are starting to drop leaves, there's pumpkin spice EVERYTHING in the stores... Fall has arrived! And with fall comes my favorite holiday, Halloween! Crafty moms (and dads) everywhere are gearing up to make this the best Halloween ever for their kids by making them the cutest, fiercest, scariest costumes their kids have ever dreamed of. So today we're going to show you some amazing Bella Sunshine hacks that became amazing Halloween costumes for you to use as inspiration!

Halloween Costumes Made Using Bella Sunshine

As I stated before, Halloween is my absolute favorite! So, of course, I'm always on the lookout for fun new costume ideas! Let's start with Sahara. Its fun shape and low difficulty level make it a no-brainer! And its versatility can take you to SO many places!


What little girl doesn't want to be a princess at some point in her life? And with the ever-popular Frozen remaining at the forefront of most girl's minds, this Anna dress is perfection! The details can be stenciled on or embroidered, giving you a couple of options to recreate this beautiful look.


Girls can totally want to be superheroes too! I completely ADORE this Supergirl look! The added touches of the arm warmers and cape round it out perfectly.

Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter)

Witches are SO popular for Halloween. But why be a traditional witch, when you can be an unconventional Luna Lovegood? This dress has it all. And the added additions of the hat and wand make it SO unconventionally Luna!

Princess Bubblegum (Adventure Time)

Why let the little kids have all the fun? I'm 40 and proud to admit I totally still dress up! So I love seeing big people in costume too! Which is why this group speaks to me. Princess Bubblegum (in the pink dress) was achieved here by mashing the Sahara bodice (slightly modified) with the Amelia skirt. And I  think its perfection!

Let's move on to another great option, Adaline! With a few tweaks, she's perfect for costuming as well!

Queen Elsa

This Ice Queen has it going on! This Adaline was sewn pretty much as she comes, but the maker added a cape and crown that paired perfectly with her fabric choices to create a truly beautiful Elsa dress. And the model looks so regal!


Admittedly, this one took a bit more tweaking. But if you're good at hacking patterns, something like this is totally doable! This stunning Mulan was made with Adaline as a base, and I think she looks amazing!

Our next look was made using the super simple Maggie pattern, but it was JUST what the costume called for!


From the Nightmare Before Christmas... The Halloween/Christmas move we all know and love. Maggie's simple lines make it the obvious choice for Sally's simple dress. And if you can find the right fabric... *happy sighs*

And how about Juliet? All of those ruffles are worth it for some costumes right? Well, feast your eyes on this one...

Nemo and Dory

Those ruffles made the BEST little fins, right? Nemo and Dory have never been so cute! And the color blocking and trims add just the right touches, don't you think?

Our last inspiration picture is my absolute favorite, which is why I saved it for last. The Sansa pants were used for this one. Are you ready for it?

Lady Glitter Sparkles!!!

I cannot get over how amazing this one is. If your household is anything like mine, you know the Trolls movie well. And being a huge fan of Zooey Deschanel, Bridget aka Lady Glitter Sparkles is my favorite. The Sansa pants were used to make the bottom of this jumpsuit with a little horsehair braid in the hem to really make them pop. How can you NOT love this?

Which one was your favorite? Have you made an awesome costume using our patterns? Please share with us in the comments below! Or better yet, join our Facebook group and share ALL of your Bella Sunshine creations with us! We really do love seeing them!
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