It’s two weeks before Halloween. Do you know what you children are wearing for Halloween? Now don’t get anxious or stressed out. I’ve rounded up a few fun ideas for you to peruse . . .
This is “Earth.” A little hair lacquer, green hair spray, and appropriately placed creepy-crawlies do the trick.
This Tulle Ghost could be for a child or an adult. It’s made from yards of tulle gathered with seam binding at the neck. Some silvery face make-up would be good, too.
I’m so in love with this little gnome. There’s just something about garden gnomes . . .
This cute little cookie is made from foam board and silver poster board. Pretty easy but really ingenious.
There’s nothing cuter than little girls dressed up as Little Old Ladies. They look like they’re getting ready for a Bridge party. Where’s the deviled eggs?
Great idea for family costumes – be Outer Space!
Don’t just be a Disney princess (pu-leese!). Why not be a member of the Royal Family?
A fresh take on a Pumpkin Costume.
I don’t know if I like this so much because of the trio of cute Lambies, or if it’s because of that fabulous bed . . .
This Spider Baby is soooo cute! Momma wears a white skirt with black yarn pinned on to make a web. Baby’s in a black shirt and pants and lots of stuffed socks from Daddy’s drawer.
Your kiddo will get some attention with Mice-Infested Hair. You can buy small rubber rodents at Michaels. Impale their underbellies with bobby pins and install them in their hair. Nice.
Take an old princess dress-up dress and transform your little girl into Miss Universe. Just make a banner and add plastic roses from Michaels.
Who wouldn’t love a stinky little Skunk Baby? A couple of white feather boas go a long way.
Here’s an easy Scarecrow costume for your child – a flannel shirt, blue jean overalls, work gloves, hay, and a few black birds.
You or your daughter could be Medusa pretty easily. Lots of fake snakes, a real or fake braid coiled around the head, and a white dress. Oh, and blue eyeshadow!
Did you know you can adhere fake bugs to your skin with a little eyelash glue? Well, now you do.
Ok, this one is not particularly easy – but this Turkey Baby is about the disturbingly hilarious thing I’ve seen in awhile! Check out Martha Stewart to get the details if you decide to roast your baby this year for Halloween!