Children’s Halloween Costume Ideas

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Halloween is the time to get scary and dress up for Halloween. I’ve included a few Halloween costume ideas for children below:

Watching your children at play is amazing, their ability to role-play the characters of some of the popular music superstars. For Halloween, you can make costumes that are similar to those of their favorite musicians. The costumes do not have to completely look like that of the musician but the closer the better.

A ghost costume is a unisex costume that has also been used since ancient time. The best part is that these costumes come in different styles and shapes so your kid can definitely look unique if you choose this option. Some other traditional Halloween costume ideas include skeletons, Jack-o-Lantern and Batman, just to name a few.

Rapping your kids in bandages or a torn old bed sheet is a great way to create a real mummy costume without having to spend extra money. In order to make the wrappings or cloth look older you can stain it with tea leaves or a teabag and make the costume looked even scarier.

In case you are looking for some more fresh Halloween costume ideas, you should probably take a closer look at the TV shows your kids love to watch. It’s almost a given that they’ll enjoy wearing a costume that resembles a TV hero like Dora the Explorer or Sponge-Bob Square-Pants. You can also take some example from popular animated movies like Shrek, Toy Story and comic super heroes that are getting quite popular these days. If you are looking for a costume that is perfect for this occasion, a Harry Potter costume is the perfect choice. When it comes to magic, Harry Potter is definitely the most popular character among kids, casting spells and witchcraft.

If you have a sports jerseys or even an athletic outfit lying around the house it can definitely be used for a cheap Halloween costume. The best part about a jersey it could be worn any time.

If on a budget and have children, you might want to create a costume from scratch, encourage your child’s imagination and creativity, and teach them valuable lessons about the value of money. This type of costume will most likely be more comfortable because it’s tailored specifically for your kids body type – not one-size-fits-all. Don’t forget to consult your kid when creating or buying a costume because after all, they are the ones that will wear the costume and they need to feel comfortable and happy.

Source by Keith Auerbach

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