Thinking outside of the box for Halloween costumes is a fun way to get creative and save money.
JEN Z, musical artist & YouTube Creator, who is known for her DIY creations helped "Good Morning America" pull together everything you would need to DIY 5 different costumes that you still have time to make.
"DIYing is a great way to express your creativity and make something completely unique that no one else has," Zhang shared.
"You can also save money and be eco-friendly by finding items you don't already have at the thrift store or borrowing from a friend."
Scroll on to get the creative juices flowing.
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Costume idea 1: Minion
Pro tip: You can make your own goggles by cutting toilet paper rolls in half, hot gluing them together, and tying an elastic on -- this is great for more upcycling.
Costume idea 2: Lilo from Lilo and Stitch
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Costume idea 3: Burger
Starting with a beige dress or shirt you can use felt to create the layers of a hamburger by attaching them with a glue gun. Jen Z shared a full breakdown of how to create this costume on her Youtube channel.
Pro tip: if you don't want to glue the burger toppings directly to clothing you own, you can use safety pins to be able to reuse the dress.
Costume idea 4: Wednesday Addams
Pro tip: You can part your hair in the middle and braid your hair into two long braids.
Costume idea 5: Popcorn
Similar to the burger costume, you can create a popcorn costume by attaching felt to everyday clothing.