Looking for some Homemade Elsa Costume Tutorials and Inspiration? Then read on!
My daughters love the movie Frozen! I don’t know a little girl that doesn’t. And Queen Elsa, with her awesome ice powers, beautifully long flowing cape, snowflake decals, and beautiful braided hair, is many little girls favorite princess. I’m sure a Queen Elsa costume will be on the top of the Halloween costume idea list this year.
I hate forking out a bunch of money on poorly made Halloween costumes (especially when I have twin girls to outfit). So, I wanted to put together a huge round-up of DIY Elsa costumes to give you some inspiration to Do-it-Yourself this year!
I’m still not sure how I’m going to make my girls’ Frozen costume (as I’m not much of seamstress though I know enough buy from Joann Fabrics), but they will love whatever I make I am sure! And if I don’t get around to making one, there’s always Etsy!
DIY Queen Elsa Costumes
If you have fans of the movie Frozen in the house, get your sewing machine handy! Homemade costumes are a lot of fun, and let’s face it…it doesn’t get much better than Anna and Elsa costume ideas. The entire project can be as easy peasy or as complicated as you want it to be – so have fun with it! The following options will vary by difficulty level but making Elsa dresses doesn’t have to be hard.
You can become a DIY mommy costume creator and actually enjoy the whole process! Just head to the fabric store, grab the gear that you need, and whip one of these costumes up for this year or next year. They’re really so much fun to do and will make Halloween night one that the little ones won’t forget! The good news is that once you make the dress, they’ll want to wear it again, which is great for a birthday party, dress up, or any place that they want to wear princess dresses!
I also think that you could totally expand on this and make family Halloween costumes as well to complete the Anna & Elsa theme! Someone in the family has to want to wear an Olaf costume, right? Have fun with these DIY costumes!
DIY No-Sew Elsa Dress from CarrieElle.com
Elsa Dress Tutorial from TheGirlInspired.com
DIY Frozen Elsa Dress 3-Step Tutorial from KikiComin.com
Elsa Coronation Dress (Pattern Preview Only) from Joy2Sew.blogspot.com
Frozen – Queen Elsa Ice Dress Tutorial from AmandaEvanScc.comElsa Costume DIY from MeSewCrazy.com
Frozen Disney Queen Elsa Costume Tutorial from MarinoBambinos.com
Homemade Elsa Dress from Frozen from TheKimSixFix.com
DIY Elsa Costume from Disney Frozen from LifeasMom.com
Making a Frozen Dress – 101ThingstodowithKids.com
Comfortable Elsa Outfit Tutorial from GreyLusterGirl.comDIY Elsa Dress for Under $20 from AdventuresinWunderland.comWhipping up a DIY Homemade Frozen Elsa Coronation Costume from Remodelicious.com
Elsa’s Coronation Dress (Multi-Step) Tutorial from AndreaScheweDesign.com
Look we Made a DIY Elsa Dress from lishconcepts.com
Elsa’s Snow Queen Dress (3-Part Tutorial) from AndreaScheweDesign.com
Elsa Costume (translated) from nurnichtdenfadenverlieren.blogspot.co.at
Elsa Ice Dress (Pattern Preview Only) from Joy2Sew.blogspot.com
DIY Disney Frozen Elsa Dress from QuirksandRecreation.com
Disney’s Frozen Queen Elsa Dress from BusyMomsHelper.com
An Elsa Inspired Dress for my girl (using curtain fabric) from TheyWillLoveYourEffort.com
Frozen-Inspired Princess Elsa Dress Up Apron from RufflesandRainboots.com
Do-It-Together Elsa Cape from Makeit-Loveit.com
FROZEN Elsa Cape and Anna Cloak DIY Tutorial from TheHowToMom.com
DIY Anna and Elsa Capes from Disney Frozen from YouAreMyLicorice.com
Elsa Crowns Tutorial from AndreaScheweDesign.com
In case Princess Anna is more your favorite, here are some DIY Princess Anna Costume Tutorials!
Sarah Nenni Daher says
What a great list, Katelyn! I still need to make a cape for my daughter’s Elsa dress up apron, so I’m going to pin this!
And now my thanks: thank you for including our little dress up apron – you’re the best! And wow! What a giveaway so thank you for offering all of us that! Going to enter the giveaway now.
Elizabeth Lund says
So fun!! I love the list of Elsa and also the giveaway. Thanks for hosting! Pinned.
Bernadyn @ B is For says
Love these! My little girl is obsessed with Frozen and knows Halloween is coming up but so is her birthday so she’s wanting a costume to wear for both. I don’t want to buy a cheaply made one either. Thanks for this, pinned & shared on my blog FB page today. 🙂
Katelyn Fagan says
Awesome!! I will be posting a round-up of DIY Anna dresses soon too (in case she wants to be Anna instead). I just know most little girls love Elsa more. 😉 Have fun creating and thanks for sharing Bernadyn!
Dorothy Boucher says
how adorable, these are just amazing, they look like they took hours to make 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us @tisonlyme143
What a super-fun round-up! I keep thinking my girl will outgrow the whole Frozen thing, but about a year later and still she’s loving it! LOL Thanks so much for including my tutorial 😀
Melissa @Serendipity and Spice says
These are all fantastic…I love the round up! Little Man absolutely LOVES Frozen!
Katie Pinch says
Cute ideas, thanks! My daughter is set on being Elsa this Halloween and for her birthday party.
Nice round up. I work at JoAnn and have cut so much Elsa fabric. She is very popular.
Heidi Fowler says
Thanks for so many great ideas, Katelyn! We need to make a cape so that my youngest can wear her Elsa apron for Halloween. (The cape should cover up the open back.)
Michelle Li says
Frozen is so popular and thank you for the chance.
Thanks for including my Elsa dress in here 🙂
Jasmine P says
I love these! So cute!
kiki comin says
awesome list! thanks for including my elsa dress. xoxo