First you will begin to create this look by brushing your child’s hair atop of their head, creating either a pony tail or a bun. (If you have a boy, you may opt to make a similar look on a base-ball cap. Now you will use a dampened sponge to cover your child’s eyebrows with white face paint. Once this has completely dried, you will then add in yellow face paint to create the triangle eyes, nose, and the jack-o-lantern’s smile over his or her lips. Next you will brush on orange face paint over the entire face (leaving the yellow alone!) Now you will top your child’s head or hat with hand-made pumpkin leaves and twisty vines by utilizing your craft materials.
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.
What more fun way for a child to dress up for Halloween than as their favorite basketball or soccer player? Because sports jerseys are a lot more resistant to sweat than many other forms of fabric, sports jerseys make for a great trick-or-treating costumes, especially of basketball and soccer players. Football uniforms wouldn’t work as well because of how much equipment the child would be towing around let alone how expensive it would be to wear it for one occasion all by itself.
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Tony told me a little bit about the ACCEL program itself. Formed in 2007, ACCEL’s mission is to get younger business professionals active in the community. ACCEL holds four to five events per year, including holiday themes such as costumes for kids at Halloween.
One of the first characters that come to mind is Dora the Explorer. If you have a daughter, you could dress her up in a simple shirt and a pair of shorts. Look for a small backpack that looks like what Dora carries on her back all the time. Copy Dora’s hair or you could just get a wig that looks similar.
When it comes to toddlers, the range is mind-boggling. You can of course begin the search with a range of Disney costumes. Choose any character from the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse or the Power Puff girls or Winnie the Pooh and the Friends of the 100 Acre wood. Children can also be dressed up in costumes based on what they want to become. Here you can look at doctors, nurses, fire fighters, astronauts, scientists, dancers, engineers and so much more.