21 Boy-Friendly Disney Dress Up DIY’s

Disney Dress Up Clothes for Boys!

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21 Boy-Friendly Disney Dress Up DIY's to get your inspiration revved up!

Disney Dress Up Ideas for Boys

Boys are no strangers to the joys of playing dress up!  Whether you and the little guy in your life need some Disney dress up inspiration for everyday imaginative play, a trip to visit Mickey and friends, or for a special occasion, we’ve got you covered!  Our gallery of 21 Boy-Friendly Disney Dress Up DIY’s can help you create the perfect items for your kiddos dress up wardrobe.  Many ideas are either no sew or very easy to pull together – perfect for YOU to DIY so HE can get playing!

Easy Outfits

Simple Mickey Sweatshirt – Simply Inter Nos

Simple Mickey Costume – Taking Time To Create

Easy Goofy Outfit – Coolest Costumes

Mike Wizowski Shirt – Nik Knacks

No-Sew Incredibles Shirt and Mask – Spoonful

Olaf Shirt – Mom Endeavors

Dynamic Duos

Jake and the Neverland Pirates Top – Between the Toys

No-Sew Captain Hook Outfit – Inspired By Familia

Peter Pan Outfit – Make It and Love It

Woody Dress Up – Love, The Ludwigs

No-Sew Buzz Lightyear Suit – Fun at Home With Kids

Tigger T-shirt – Speaking of Disney

Winnie The Pooh T-Shirt – Speaking of Disney

Elaborate Sews

Mad Hatter Outfit – MADE

Nemo Sweatshirt – Did You Feed The Cats?

Dopey the Dwarf Outfit – Parents.com

Donald Duck Top – Kadiddlehopper

Flynn Rider Vest – Make It and Love It

Robin Hood Outfit – JenSpends

Prince Eric Outfit from a T-Shirt – Polka Dot Fluff

Prince Charming – Make It and Love It

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20 DIY Accessories for Little Boys

20 DIY Accessories for Little Boys

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Dress up your little men with these fun and stylish DIY accessories!


There seem to be millions of places we can get our hands on little girl accessories. With the variety of creative bows, headbands, jewelry, shoes, and leggings that are so adored in girl-dom, the Internet is full of shops and DIYs that specifically target girls and the people who love to dress them. But what about the boys?

It can be practically impossible to find equally fun ideas for dressing up our little men, but certainly the boys deserve to look just as stylish and sweet as the girls, right? With these 20 fantastic tutorials for DIY little boy accessories, they definitely will! The hats, shoes, ties, and more found here make perfect gift ideas for baby showers, birthdays, and holidays. Choose a project or two to try this weekend and soon those boys will be looking as dapper as ever.


Shoes and Socks

No-slip socks from Twin Dragonfly Designs.

“Little Man Shoes” from Shwin and Shwin.

Easy felt shoes from The Purl Bee.


Ties and Suspenders

No-sew bow tie from Kate Anfinson.

Clip-on bow tie from Mommy Minutes.

Long necktie from Little Bit Funky.

Suspenders from Make It & Love It.



Knotted hat from Pretty Prudent.

Flannel cap from This Mama Makes Stuff.

Lumber jack hat from Delia Creates.

Newsboy cap from Clevergirl.org.



Fleece pocket scarf from Cherished Bliss.

“Infinity scarf”/cowl from See Kate Sew.

Fox scarf from Pretty Prudent.

Knit scarflet from Love City Blog.


Accessories with Purpose

Legwarmers from Surviving Motherhood.

Knee pads from Crazy Wonderful.

Baby mittens from Made to be a Momma.

Fabric pacifier clip from Sew Mama Sew.

Ribbon pacifier clip from The Creamery.

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Kayla Lilly is a photographer, writer, wife, and mama making a house a home in eastern Idaho. She met her mister while working at an amusement park and married him a year later after deciding there was no way to live without him. The amusement has continued as they’ve added three kids and a passel of pets to their lives while finishing college and starting a photography business. Drawing inspiration from the whirlwinds of marriage, parenthood, and the media, Kayla blogs at www.utterlyinexperienced.blogspot.com, and spends the rest of her time chasing chickens, organizing junk drawers, diapering toddlers, and photographing everyone willing to step in front of her lens.

Featured image courtesy of Shwin & Shwin.