This Year's Best HGTV Halloween Costumes

Are y'all ready to see some awesomely creative Fixer Upper and Property Brothers Halloween costumes?

By: Jessica Galliart

A key goal for most costumed partiers on Halloween weekend? For their costumes to get recognized! And what better way to do that than to dress as some of the most recognizable faces — and chambray shirts — on TV? 

Take a look at how these HGTV fans morphed into their favorite designers and DIYers this Halloween. 

Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines 

Toolbelt on point! 

Courtesy Jen Moore

Courtesy Jen Moore

Step 1 to a Joanna Gaines Costume: Luscious Locks

Step 1 to a Chip Gaines Costume: Lucious Locks

Don't Forget the Reveal Board!

In Action!

Obligatory Hammer Prop

Obligatory Shiplap Prop

Booze Optional

Chip Stands Alone!

Always Good to Start 'Em Young!

Are Y'all Ready to See Your Fixer Upper Costumes?

The Cutest Mini-Me’s Ever? 

Property Brothers' Drew and Jonathan Scott 

The Property Toddlers

Safety (Goggles) First!

The Hair, Though

I'm a Property Brother, Duh

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Easily craft a no-sew Halloween costume for your pet using craft store materials and a little creativity.

Hoodie Halloween Costume: Frog

Your trick-or-treater will be hopping with excitement over this fun frog costume. A hoodie, felt and a few other inexpensive materials are all you need to craft a warm, cozy costume for your little tadpole.

Kid's Halloween Costume: Vintage Golfer

Just a few easy do-it-yourself additions will turn clothes they already have into a cute Halloween costume in a jiffy.

Hoodie Halloween Costume: Black Bat

Your little one's imagination will take flight in this bat costume made from an inexpensive hoodie and felt. Pair it with black leggings or sweat pants for a comfy Halloween costume they'll want to wear long after the holiday has passed.

Halloween Pet Costume: Black Bat

Felt, pipe cleaners and a bit of Velcro are all you need to dress your furry friend as a winged bat for Halloween. This costume is not only easy to craft it's also lightweight so it's comfortable for your dog or cat.

Easy Halloween Kid's Costume: Ninja

Get your little warrior ready for Halloween with a no-sew costume that's a snap to pull together with faux-leather armor and a ninja sword holder for the most serious of all ninjas.

Kid's Halloween Costume: Pretty Peacock

An easy-to-craft tulle tutu makes this no-sew costume a favorite among skirt-swirling little girls everywhere. Add a few fashion-forward peacock feathers for a Halloween costume they'll never want to take off.

Kid's Halloween Costume: Adventurous Explorer

Adventure awaits! Outfit your little one for the wilds of trick-or-treating in this easy-to-create Halloween costume that uses clothes they already have and a few materials from the fabric store.

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