No costume? No problem. From airplanes and apps to ducks and dinosaurs, eHow is filled with ideas and step-by-step instructions for easy, inexpensive costumes anyone can whip up.
You'll be happy, happy, happy (Duck Commander style) with a homemade yarn beard and camo-print outfit.
DIY Duck Dynasty Costume and Beard
Cardboard, fleece, felt and glue are all you need to make this DIY adult or child costume, perfect for an Instagram addict.
Your friends will all want to swipe right when they see themselves reflected in this dating app-inspired costume.
Level up your Halloween by grabbing a friend and two red t-shirts to make this "delicious!" costume.
Candy Crush Saga Duo
You went as a meme for Halloween? You must be so Internet savvy. This interactive costume is sure to earn some laughs from the Wonka-loving crowd.
Condescending Wonka Meme Costume
You're on your own when it comes to learning Minionese, but we've got the directions for this easy-to-make costume.
Homemade Minion Costume
You'll be the best-dressed cropduster of them all in this cardboard plane costume.
Personalize your robot costume with sound effects and an animated screen to take geekiness to a new level.
Geeky, Interactive Robot
Cut out clippings from magazines and let your friends "heart" their favorite pins with this interactive costume.
Halo players will be jealous of your LED-powered Master Chief armor.
Felt, fun foam and hot glue transform a hoodie and sweatpants into a fierce dinosaur costume.
This fairy flies on wings made from wire hangers and cast-off tights.
Grab a hat, a kerchief and a toy cow, and get ready to scoot your boots as a cowgirl.
If you can stitch a basic seam, you can get this super hero costume off the ground in no time.
A baseball cap lends its bill to a flirty duck costume.
It takes real out-of-the-box thinking to turn wrapping paper and cardboard into a walking, talking robot costume.
Sewing up this cape is as easy as the pie you take to Grandma's house.