I love Halloween! I know it’s a very little European date (nice euphemism) but I get good vibes. I don’t quite like to disguise myself but I love children dressed, especially babies. It’s the sweetest thing!
Sofia was only 4 months last year, and we disguised her of pumpkin (she will thank us one day 🙂 Disguising babies is easier than children, of course. The thing is that, with a baby, anything you put looks good (poor little things), and with older children it can be really challenging, especially if can’t stand anything on their head, as it is the case of my daughter. This year, Sophia is attending kindergarten, and of course you have to disguise her, so I’m looking for inspiration. If you are in the same mood then keep reading because I share with you four costumes (and their shopping lists) that are somehow original and at the same time very easy to create. The best part? Costume pieces are completely reusable after that day.
Dress your daughter as Tinkerbell is very simple (of course, I chose only easy costume to do). Here you can read how to do it (if you have the time) and if not, I left a shopping list if you prefer to go straight to buy.
Karl from Up
Similarly, a very easy costume to make even from the clothes you might already have at home, but if you have nothing that fits the style of the little old cartoon, my shopping list might inspire you:
Elliot from E.T.
I thought that the challenge here will be finding a stuffed ET, but no, they still make them! So go for it, because it’s so ugly that it becomes so tender …
What do you like about these costumes? I think they are very cool, easy and cheap. Which one is your favorite?
Thank you for the visit and see you next week!
Photos by vivo & capitone and vía