From quick and easy to sewing and a little planning, these DIY Disney costumes for girls are sure to please. Grab a little one and let her pick!
DIY Disney Costumes for Girls
Let’s jump right into the cute DIY Disney costumes for girls. Some are fast and fun, others require sewing and a little more time. Either way, grab your girl and let her choose one of these amazing costumes!
Princess Belle – If I’m being honest, I made this Princess Belle costume because she’s my favorite Disney princess. You can imagine I breathed a sigh of relief when my daughter loved her, too.
Minnie Mouse – This is adorable and any Minnie Mouse fan would love it! Paired with tennis shoes, it would also make for a great Disney World outfit.
Marry Poppins – One of the best DIY costumes I’ve seen in a long time, this isn’t an easy costume but it is pretty amazing.
Elsa (Queen from Frozen) – This is the dress up costume that started it all for us here at Ruffles and Rain Boots. My daughter still (4 years later) loves this. It looks much harder than it is.
Anna Tutu – These tutu costumes are positively adorable!
Disney Costumes to Make Yourself
Vanellope Von Schweetz – For your little Wreck It Ralph fan.
Olaf – Perfect for a little boy or little girl, the Olaf template makes this costume easy-peasy.
Rapunzel – This is one of the most impressive DIY Disney costumes for girls. Not for the faint of heart…
Snow White – Wow. Just wow.
Merida – Is it okay if I want this to be my costume?
DIY Disney Costumes
Tinkerbell – This is one of my favorite DIY Disney costumes for girls!
Jasmine – What a fun way to bring a little Aladdin into your day.
Jessie – How adorable are these Jessie costumes? I love the tip for making the hat.
Tinkerbell – This is the full set, including the wings, friends.
Mermaid (The Little Mermaid) – My daughter loves this dress up apron – it is her favorite because of the colors and mermaid top and it was ridiculously easy to make (there’s even a no-sew option).
DIY Dress Up for Girls
Sadness – Okay, now this one is my favorite DIY Disney costume for girls. I loved that character!
Mermaid Tutu – This is fun and your little one can even help make it.
Elsa – This one is a painted shirt and no-sew tutu skirt.
Cruella – A baby as Cruella DeVille? That’s hilarious.
Alice – Using a sewing pattern, this one comes together pretty quickly.
Over to You
Every one of these DIY Disney costumes for girls can be used for dress up and pretend play, too. Pretend play is so important in childhood development, so we love giving them as many opportunities to dress up as possible.
What is your child’s favorite way to pretend play? Is it dress up, kitchen, LEGO, etc.? Let us know in the comments.