These tongue twister Halloween costumes are both stylish and clever! They’re also a bit nostalgic (who didn’t repeat these tongue twisters over and over as a kid?). Plus, everyone has heard of these tongue twisters and will appreciate the wittiness. Read below for instructions on how to make these Halloween costumes!
She Sells Seashells Down By The Seashore Costume
- Trench coat from the thrift store
- Price tags (we got ours from Staples)
- Glue gun
- Bathing suit
- Seashells from the craft store
We simply glued the seashells to the inside of a trench coat and added on price stickers. You might need to glue those on too as they don’t stick very well.
Next tongue twister is…
Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers
This one is for those who really don’t want to dress up but also don’t want to be the party pooper. Just wear your everyday clothes and add on a pickled pepper garland. Easy squeazy!
Victoria created the adorable pepper illustrations. You can find some downloadable pepper illustrations here
, or create your own peppers! Simply cut out and tape to twine! Add a cardboard pan flute and a pepper cutout in your hair for extra embellishment!
Can you guess the last tongue twister Halloween costume?
How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck if a Woodchuck Could Chuck Wood?
- Lumberjack clothing
- Wood logs
Brynn used this tutorial to create the beard and enlarged it to the size of an adult. You could easily turn this beard into a mask for a COVID season Halloween costume! Brynn sewed the ears onto a beanie to complete the woodchuck costume.
We’ve had lots of fun creating these Halloween tongue twister costumes! If you have any other tongue twister Halloween costume ideas, let us know in the comments!
Photography by Trisha Zemp
She sells crafting by Hillary Gallup
Peter Piper crafting by Victoria Riza
Woodchuck crafting by Brynn Grover