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Time to show off my little Jack Sparrow! Are you ready to make your own Jack Sparrow Halloween costume? I am here to show you how to turn a few thrift store finds into something amazing. Your kids will love this DIY pirate costume.
Jack Sparrow is pretty simple to make and I personally think it is adorable! My little man thinks he is a super scary pirate though so don’t ruin it for him.
I took a black witch’s wig. Cut it off to be about shoulder length. Then I added on some beads, etc for authentic Jack Sparrow hair.
His mustache and goatee are just Halloween face paint. Easy to apply and remove.
He got the pirate necklace for his birthday this year. It was the only thing he wanted.
I dug out two old belts that came from who knows where. I added a hole for his small waist. There is also a black sash in there. I just took a long strip of fabric that I ripped off of a remnant in the closet. The sword he has had forever but you can certainly find one at a dollar store.
The pants came from Goodwill and so did the boots. I looked for over a month and finally found the perfect pair of boots! The key to a great budget Halloween costume is deciding waaaay in advance what your kids are going to be. That way you have time to look for budget options at Goodwill, thrift stores, or garage sales.
I took a woman’s red shirt from the goodwill and cut it into a vest. I then used the arm fabric to make a bandana to go around his head. The white shirt is just a button-down shirt. I actually got that one at goodwill as well but you may already have that in the closet.
Budget total — $12.97!! Any Jack Sparrow costume I looked at that even came close to looking like this was over $50.
My little Jack Sparrow is ready to go trick or treating next week!
We had to get down in the creek at the house to get all of these pics. The little man insisted that pictures with cows in the background were not good enough for Jack Sparrow.
Do you have your kids (or your) Halloween costumes complete?
Be sure to make this Jack Sparrow Halloween costume for your little one! They will love how it looks!