Priced at .99 this costume will have people talking all night about how great you look! The costume is officially licensed by Universal Studios and includes Latex Headpiece, Jacket with Inset Shirt, Pants and Shoe Covers! The only thing you need to add is a little makeup here and there. The item number for this plus size costume is U17318 and fits men in a 44-50 jacket size.
There are two ways you can go about this costume. The first option you have is to simply buy pre-tie dyed clothing and adding a store bought wig. The second option is to tie dye some clothing at a previous point in time. If you are looking to entertain your child with arts and crafts, setting aside a day to make tie dye is perfect. You’ll want to tie dye a shirt or sweat shirt, pants or a skirt, and a pair of socks. Channel your inner creativity with this costume.
This costume is great for any age, from young toddlers on up to adults. You can adjust the number of “spaghetti” strands and “meatballs” however you like. See how this costume looks here.
Make a car shape around the wheel chair with cardboard and paint it to mimic your child’s favorite race car driver. Let them dress the part complete with driving gloves and a helmet. If you are pushing your child, play the part as well and make tire screeching noises as you stop in front of each house on Halloween.
Once you’ve done this Angry birds costumes for kids, cut the cloth into the shape of the Angry bird that you want to be. Make sure that the cut shape fits your body perfectly. You can even use a newspaper as a pattern initially and then only cut the cloth once you’ve perfected the shape and size using the newspaper or pattern paper.
Boys and girls running the streets for two hours decked out in their scariest and grossest of kids Halloween costumes is what makes Halloween exciting and fun. Allowing children to be children is what makes Halloween especially rewarding for parents. Nothing scares me more than a child dressed up as an adult the other 364 days of the year. Kid’s Halloween costumes give kids a chance to break free from their stress and pretend to be anyone they wish.
To make the tail-tell straw, cut small strips of the craft foam, and fit around your child’s wrists and neck to make sure it is going to be comfortable for him or her. Then you will cut in a wavy edge at the bottom, to give it an un-even look. Glue the straw onto the hat, and in the arms and neck of the shirt. You will then glue the patches of fabric around the coveralls, or safety pin them in place. Have your child put on the clothes. Now your ready to hit the streets, and get that candy!
Dress your little one all in blue, possible blue turtle neck and blue tights. Use a makeup brush and apply green paint to child’s upper and lower eyelids, keep in a circle shape.