Fall is certainly in the air, the leaves are changing and
the breezes are crisp, before you know it Halloween will be upon us and we will
have those little kiddos running around asking for candy and treats. What are
you going to dress your kids as? Are you in need of an inexpensive but cute
Halloween costume, maybe one you can make at home with ease? Please read on…
Babies – Birth-12
- Yummy cupcake – this is a super cute costume
that can be altered to fit your personality. A little poster board, cotton
stuffing, construction paper, and glue. Simple and affordable.
- Lego Block/Mega Block – this is a super easy
costume, colored sweat suit matched with a cardboard box, Styrofoam bowls and
paint. You could complete this costume in under an hour if you wanted to.
- Crazy cat lady – complete this costume with a
robe, curlers in your hair and a whole bunch of stuffed cats
- A shadow – just think black everything, simple
and easy. Just be careful to practice safety if trick or treat is at night so
as to protect your school age kiddos from danger.
- An identity thief – Bring a laugh to Trick or
Treat this year but take “Hello my name is…” stickers and placing them all
around a T-shirt, giving your pre-teen a funny and unique costume.
- A cactus – find yourself a green sweat suit,
then you can use straws or white pipe cleaners randomly stuck through the sweat
suit or glued on to give you the look of a prickly cactus.
- Jake from State Farm – I don’t think there is an
easier costume out there, khaki pants and a red button down shirt, complete
with a Jake name tag and you have a hilarious costume for your teen.
- The chef from Ratatouille – easy and quick, this
makes a great last minute costume. Find a white chef hat and chef jacket,
complete the look with a wooden spoon and a Rat on the shoulder.
– You can have a lot of fun when you dress the whole family up in costumes.
Take some of our themes or make your own, have fun with it and get everyone
involved, even Fido.
- Nightmare Before Christmas