Halloween is already 6 weeks away – have you picked out your costume yet? I always struggle picking out a costume each year. Do I stick with the old classics or do I choose something that’s trendy? Whatever the case, I love to color-coordinate paracord bracelets or crafts with my costumes. They are a fun and easy way to add a creative touch to a classic Halloween costume.
Check out our Halloween Collection and get inspired with these Halloween Costume Paracord Color Palettes:
When I think of the classic witch costume, I think of an all-black outfit. However, black can be boring so I like to add touches of color to make the costume stand out. I was inspired by this costume, so the color palette I chose includes the following: Fast, Black, Orange, Canary Yellow.
A Solomon V Bar bracelet combining these colors is the perfect addition to this costume!
A scarecrow is an easy and fun costume for all ages. There isn’t a lot that goes into the costume and there is lots of flexibility, depending on how creative you want to be. The Scarecrow from Wizard of Oz is a great source of inspiration for this next palette.The colors used in this palette are: Marigold, Dark Green, Acid Brown, and Moss Diamond.
For this costume, I'd make Wheat Stalk Keychains or Bracelets. These are very easy to make and would make a creative addition to your costume if you made a bunch of them and hung them all over yourself, just like you would stuff your costume with hay.
Skeletons are a timeless classic when it comes to Halloween costumes. However, the color palette of an original skeleton costume can be boring. I saw this adorable photo of a little girl’s Skeleton costume and loved the creative additions of color. Neon colors are a great eye-catching way to add color into your costume without taking too much of a risk. Plus, reflective neon paracord colors can be worn at night while trick or treating, so it’s a win-win! The colors in this palette are: Neon Turquoise, Neon Green, Reflective Neon Yellow, and Reflective Neon Pink.
If you’re going to be wearing paracord while trick or treating, I’d make a celtic heart bracelet out of neon reflective cord because the heart is larger when it sits on your wrist.
Everyone can rock a pirate costume. Throw on an eye patch, hook, striped shirt, and you’re set! Pirate costumes have such a wide variety of styles, but I like to keep it old school. How cute are dog Halloween Costumes?! Your pooch can never have enough Halloween spirit. The colors in this palette are: Imperial Red, Neon Yellow, White, and USMC.
Show your pooch some love and make them a paracord dog collar to match their Halloween costume! These are super easy to make and can be worn year-round by your furry friend.
If you’re not the costume type or you are staying home to hand out candy this year, consider making a Zombie Paracord Bracelet! These are an easy and fun way to show off your Halloween Spirit if you’re not into dressing up. Check out our tutorial below:
If you want to put together your own Halloween Paracord Color Palette, check out the massive color chart we have on our website.
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Peace, Love, & Paracord,