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Minecraft Halloween Costumes

Minecraft Costumes

Completely customize your Halloween look this year with an awesome Minecraft costume from Spirit. This classic video game has been popular for years, so your Minecraft Halloween costume will always look relevant and cool! With fun pixilation detail, it’ll look like your gamer costume came straight out of the computer itself. A Minecraft Steve costume will have you feeling like the main player at the party, but watch out for those Creepers! Dress up in a Minecraft Creeper costume and make enemies with everyone (but only on Halloween night!). Your young gamer will love putting on one of our Minecraft costumes for kids and getting ready to make their favorite game come to life. Put on a Minecraft armor shirt set to protect yourself from battling mobs. All of Spirit’s Halloween costumesare fun to wear, but these Minecraft costumes are always exciting to play around with and wear even after October is over. Grab a pixelated Minecraft sword and build up your town any time of year!
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DIY Minecraft Costume Instructions

My best friend asked me to make a Diamond Steve Minecraft costume for her son. I didn’t hesitate to say yes, even without knowing who the heck Diamond Steve was.  I googled him and went to work.  This costume isn’t perfect, but I made it the best I knew how. Here are my DIY Minecraft costume instructions.

Notes: I will break the instructions down in three parts, head, helmet, and armor. Also, the basis for the pixel squares is 1.5” X 1.5” for the whole costume.

Time: Weekend Project


  • 11 X 11 X 11 Cardboard shipping box
  • Medium cardboard moving box
  • Roll of blue duct tape
  • Colored paper (hues of blue and tan, brown, and white)
  • Paper Cutter
  • Yardstick
  • Ruler
  • Box cutter or craft knife
  • White glue or Mod Podge
  • Foam brush
  • Foam

Instructions for Head


I used an 11 X 11 X 11 cardboard shipping box for the head.  Put the box together leaving the one end open. Cut off one flap; this will be the side with the face. Tuck the remaining three flaps inside. I played around with the face. A paper cutter is the simplest way to cut 1.5” squares. The black mouth is on the first and second row from the bottom and eyes are the 4th row from the bottom. I measured and cut 1.5” X 1.5” squares for the eyes (3 rows in from each side), again following my 1.5” guide. I left a 1.5” by 3” space in the middle of the eyes because it will be covered by the helmet. Once I laid out the placement of each square, I glued them on using Mod Podge and a foam brush. Lastly, I brushed a coat of Mod Podge over the entire face.  For the sides of the face you can see the pattern I did in the AFTER photos below of the face and helmet.

Instructions for the Helmet


The helmet front started as a 13” X 7.5” piece and I shaped it as shown, again using the 1.5” guide. For example, the part in between the eyes is 3” wide.  The sides of the helmet also started out as 13” X 7.5” pieces. For the sides I cut a 6” X 1.5” grove from the bottom fronts. The back is 13” X 7.5” as well. I used duct to tape the four sides together. I cut a 13” square for the top and duct taped it on.

I used a light colored blue paper as the base of the helmet, then added random dark blue and white “pixels”, once again following the 1.5” square rule.

For the inside of the helmet, you will need to place foam inside to pad the head. You may need to cut the inside of the foam to shape the child’s head.  I actually used (don’t laugh) a cheese head (yes for the Greenbay Packers… my in-laws live in Wisconsin) hat inside as the cushion.

To attach the helmet to the head apply a generous amount of glue with your foam brush to the top of the head and align the helmet on top. Allow it to dry overnight.

Here are the AFTER photos of the head and helmet.


Instructions for the Armor

For the armor, I measured my friend’s son. For reference his measurements were 15.5” shoulder to shoulder, 11.5” neck to belly button, and his head was 21.75”.


I made the shoulders first. I cut four 6” X 12” pieces. Fold each piece in half. Duct tape two together forming shoulder pads as shown. The armor is 13” X 32.5”. The front and back of the armor should be 13” long, therefore fold it accordingly. I cut the hole in the middle a few times until it was able to fit over his head.

Attach the shoulders to each side of the armor with duct tape. I used the light blue paper to cover the armor using the blue duct tape as trim. I added white “pixels” on all sides. You can see the patterns I used in these AFTER photos.

Note: My daughter is modeling this for me. My friend’s son is a little older and bigger than she is.



That’s it! I hope you try it out! Be sure to check out some other costumes I have made!

Update!! Here are some pictures of my friend’s son wearing the costume. His sword matched perfectly too!



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The Fireproof Suit is a set of armor that helps the player resist heat-based damage. Each piece of armor gives the player 25% fire resistance, with the full set granting the player complete immunity to fire and other heat damage. It was added in Minecraft 1.17.

The fireproof suit has the same normal damage protection as leather armor for all non-heat damage. As a result, using the fireproof suit instead of a much stronger armor paired with a fire resistance potion is a tradeoff. The fireproof suit is often preferable when fighting mobs that dwell in hot environments and inflict potion effects on the player that are more damaging than their physical attacks, requiring the player to drink milk and remove not only the negative potion effect, but their own fire resistance effect as well.


  • The fireproof suit is based off of asbestos suits used by firefighters and volcano scientists in the early 1900s.
    • Thus, despite its gray, somewhat metallic appearance, it is not made of metal, and is not affected by Electric Damage.
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