Colleen Nicole Johnson reports that she got the grandparents and a few aunts to joined her themed costume idea this year. Add finishing touches, like an eye patch and a fake scabbard.
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Alterego costumes come directly from the brilliant minds of our team members. We work with distributors to keep costs down while keeping the creativity and quality up. Halloween at Value Village. The love bug costume is for the sweet kid who zips around giving everyone hugs and kisses. Pair the outfit with fun tights and a headband attached with even more hearts.
Spotted on the front lawn: An exotic and adorable little birdie with feathers bursting in a bright shade of blue. This may be the most vivid, eye-catching costume yet. Your little one will look so elegant in this disguise. The feathers are made from cupcake liners and tissue paper and are glued to the tutu. Here comes little miss magnificent with her vibrant blue feathers and her chipper disposition. One fish, two fish, red fish, rainbow fish!
This colorful costume is so easy to make. When gluing, layer the cupcake liners over each other, row by row, to really emphasize the scale effect. For the hat, cut a ping pong ball in half and color it with black marker.
Add each half to the top of a red cap and then attach more cupcake liners. A Roaring Twenties revival: Dancing her way around the neighborhood with a bob cut, strands of pearls and a hot pink dress that, well, we made for twirling.
The fringe on the dress is made from something totally unique: Use fringe scissors or regular scissors to cut slits on the sticky notes and attach rows and rows of them onto the dress with metallic tape. Get the Flapper Costume How-to. This seafarer is sure to reel in compliments and candy! Accessorize by buying toy fish and maybe even a bucket hat. Of course, the kids will love this fun costume, but adults will get a kick out of the clever play on words. To create the plumed top, cut and glue a marabou boa to the body of a hooded sweatshirt.
Get the Jailbird Costume How-to. Dress him up as a lightning cloud. When Halloween strikes, this fierce dude will bolt from house to house making a serious dent in the neighborhood candy supply. Glue polyester fiber to the front of a white crewneck sweatshirt and white cap. This is a sweet twist on a classic costume that requires a few frilly strands of ribbon to make those funny bones at home.
Plus, this costume works for just about any age group—from babies to even adults if the whole family wants to match. Get the Skeleton Costume How-to. Beware of the multicolored, three-eyed monster on the loose. This scary disguise comes together with streamers, cupcake liners, and felt, Ping-Pong balls, and matching hooded sweatshirt and pants.
Add streamers to the cuffs of the sweatshirt and the knees of the pants. Create razor-sharp teeth with white felt glued to the hood and add a couple of eyes to the top of the hood with Ping-Pong balls.
Get the Sea Monster Costume How-to. Have a wish or two or three. Create a jacket with a long sleeve shirt cropped and cut down the middle, then attach gold jacket fasteners.
The hat is a gold party hat with scarves attached. Get the Genie Costume How-to. What You Need Track suit Checkered duct tape available at amazon. Using the checkered tape, add a stripe along the sides of each arm, from collar to wrist. Starting from the waist and running down to the cuff, add a stripe with the checkered tape. Cut ribbon to desired length of flag. Snip feathers from the boa. Glue bunches to the sleeves of the shirt and to the chest area. Cut ping pong ball in half and color with black sharpie.
Glue to the sides of the baseball cap. Using the white felt, cut a zigzag pattern for the teeth. Attach with glue around the inside edge of the hood. Using paper and pencil, create teardrop shapes. This will be your template for the seeds. Apply with paint all over the shirt and pants. Create leaf pattern on green felt. Glue green pipe cleaners to the underside of the green felt. Wrap pipe cleaners around tip of the beanie cap. Glue leaves to the beanie cap. Glue 4 tabs of felt about 2" long to the bottom of each antennae and use these to secure the antennae to the hood by gluing them on with fabric glue.
Fold cupcake liners in half or cut them in half. Starting from the bottom of the shirt and working your way up, glue them to the shirt, layering them length-wise. For the cape, apply liners in the same fashion, starting at the bottom edge of the cape and layering them length-wise as you make your way around the cape.
Bundle feathers together and wrap them with wire, followed by ribbon. Attach ribbon at the base of the headband securing with hot glue. Wrap the wire securely around the headband. Working from bottom to top, glue to the bodice of a dress or shirt.
Layer the liners length-wise, alternating colors. Fold cupcake liners in half and layer them length wise along the bottoms of leggings, layering lengthwise and alternating colors.
Fold cupcake liners in half and glue the largest cupcake liner in the middle of the tiara and the smaller liners on either side. Hot glue starfish to each of the liners. Add velcro to the ends of the capelet for a closure. Cut 1" pieces of pipe cleaner in alternating colors and glue them to the capelet with fabric glue. For the marshmallow sauce, glue 1" lengths of cut pipe cleaner to the brown tutu with fabric glue.
Glue the fishnet to the leggings waistband to secure. Cut a piece of brown felt into a 5" circle and make the edges wavy like sauce. Add a piece of brown pleated trim around the edge, securing with fabric glue. Cover the styrofoam ball with glitter and stick a red pipe cleaner in the top for the stem. Glue the entire thing along the base of the brown felt to the headband.
Fold coffee filters in half and glue to cardboard wings making layers. Glue to both sides of each wing. Glue wings to the back of the leotard at an angle. Then glue ribbon in the center where both wings come together for decoration. Cover 1 chopstick with aluminum tape. Glue silver Christmas garland to the top. Glue silver Christmas garland to white headband.
Start with the headphones upside down. Glue and tape cable sleeve to the top center of the headphones. Cut the arms off the sweatshirt.
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