To bee or not to bee, that is the question . . . For this cute costume, braid yarn to make a beehive of “hair.” Add a few sticks, leaves, and a flower. Make bees from craft pom-poms and attach them to wires that are anchored in beehive hairdo. A yellow turtleneck and black leggings complete the look.
This fairy godmother/harlequin gets her ruffles from simple coffee filters!
Paper grocery bags and an old mop are the necessary ingredients for this cowboy’s attire.
Being an Ice Princess is cool! White/silver hair spray, stick-on rhinestones, rhinestone jewelry, and a white dress is all you need.
This one could work for a boy or a girl – a matador!
Homemade hula girls: old mop heads for skirts, cardboard ukuleles, and gift bows as leis!
This flapper has a one-of-a-kind skirt. Guess what it’s made of? Teabags!
Orange shirt and pants and a leaf garland transform this little girl into Autumn.
I never promised you a rose garden. But I promise this rose garden costume will be the hit of the block! Anchor wired butterflies into a pretty hairdo. This costume is crowned by a little picket fence in her hair – so clever!
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Photo Credits: Martha Stewart.