Bolos may be a little hard to find, however, not every cowboy needs or has a bolo. However, bandanas generally run for less than a dollar a piece at stores such as Walmart. They, too, come in a variety of styles and shades, so your little one could even convert themself into an evil villian about to rob the stage. Simply tie it loosely around the neck (so your child doesn’t choke, obviously) and lift it up over mouth and nose. However, parents should always be cautious of anything going over the mouth and nose of their child.
Little hands will reach out for candy from within the sleeves of Batman and Spiderman. Oh and Superman will be there too. He won’t fly in, but toddle up to the door clutching his pumpkin to be filled with candy. Only wrapped candy is acceptable these days.
Some of the popular adult Halloween costumes are monsters, pirates, gangsters, superheroes, historical figures, cave man as well as woman, funny creatures and many more costumes. You will be overwhelmed to check out so many different types of dresses available these days.
Use cardboard to make a throne backing for the wheelchair. Use gold and red paints to decorate the throne, including cardboard front and sides around the wheelchair. Dress your child as a king or queen complete with crown and scepter. (If a parent or attendant goes with the trick-or-treat, they can dress as the court jester or a page to serve the King or Queen.) For a twist go as King Neptune by decorating the throne with seashells and plastic fish and holding a trident.
Last but not least, the nerd costume. This is a Halloween costume that might be made out of very simple items. Your nerd will need some short pants, an old jumper, preferably a school jumper, white shirt, socks, black shoes and off course glasses fixed with tape. To achieve the nerd look, gel hair down and then add false teeth.
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you are like most parents, you are noticing that most children’s costumes can cost upwards of .00 or more. Here are some costumes for kids that cost .00 or less.
I personally wore this a few times during my trick-or-treating days. For this look, it is mostly the accessories that pull the look together, but consider dressing your child in oversized clothing. I suggest wearing oversized sweat pants and sweat shirt. As for the accessories, you will need a pacifier, baby bottle or stuffed animal, and slippers. Have your child either suck on the pacifier or tie a ribbon to it and have him or her where it as a necklace. Also have them hold either a baby bottle or a stuffed animal. Instead of wearing shoes, have them wear slippers, since very young babies typically don’t wear actual shoes. If your child is a girl, I highly recommend putting her hair into pigtails.