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12 Creative Costume Ideas for Trick or Treaters or Parties

12 Creative Costume Ideas for Trick or Treaters or Parties

Headed for a Halloween costume party, a classroom Halloween celebration, a costume parade or neighborhood trick-or-treating? Here are a dozen do-it-yourself costume choices. Most are extremely simple to make - at minimal expense - and with little or no sewing or crafting skill required.


Make your own Sal Monella, The Deviled Egg, costume. Salmonella scares have rocked the news in recent months and years. What could be a more appropriate scary Halloween costume than Sal Monella, The Deviled Egg? Here's how. It's easy and cheap ("cheep?").

 
Need a handy Halloween costume that won't break the bank? Don't hide in the garage on Halloween night, when you trick or treat in the hottest Halloween costume this year. Remember Falcon Heene, the six-year-old Balloon Boy of Fort Collins, Colorado? 
 

Harry Potter and his Hogwarts pals Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, are popular subjects for trick or treat costumes. Ready-made Harry Potter outfits may cost $30 or more. Of course, clever trick or treaters may whip up their own character costumes.
 
 
Have some superhero fun for your trick-or-treating, Halloween events or other costumed occasions. Follow these simple instructions for a Spider-Man superhero Halloween-themed costume, including step-by-step Spider-Man Face-Paint Designs.
 

Get the best of both worlds, as you rock out for trick-or-treating. Here's how to create your own Hannah Montana Halloween-themed costume.
 

Need a costume, "Stat"? The doctor is in. Assemble your own Dr. Gregory House Halloween costume for trick-or treating, Halloween parties, masquerade events or other Halloween happenings. It's simple.
 

What will you be for Halloween this year? How about an iPod? Tuned-in trick-or-treaters of all ages will download lots of fun with the iPod Halloween costume. Make it yourself, using these easy instructions. It's nano-riffic! 
 

Halloween is a big enterprise, as trick or treaters buy popular costumes. Among the perennial favorites for trick or treating are Star Trek costumes. Trekkies may design their own costumes, trick or treating as their favorite Star Trek characters.
 

How can a young starlet wannabe create a simple High School Musical's Sharpay costume? Try these easy instructions for Sharpay's attire, accessories, hairstyling and makeup.
 
 
Preschoolers to post-grads, girls love to dress up as Raggedy Ann for Halloween trick-or-treating. Costume shops offer Raggedy Ann suits, but you can also easily create your own rag doll disguise without sewing.
 
Raggedy Ann and Andy are popular trick-or-treating costume choices. Adults and children enjoy dressing up as rag dolls for Halloween parties, costume events and trick-or-treating. How can you make your own Raggedy Ann and Andy costumes for Halloween?
 

Psst! Wanna see something scary? How about dressing up as Barack Obama, John McCain, Sarah Palin, Joe Biden or another politician or celebrity for Halloween? Here's the simple secret to a no-sew costume of the Halloween headliner of your choice.
 
 And what can you do 
with trick-or-treat costumes
after Halloween is over?


Trick-or-treat costumes are the hallmark of Halloween. What happens to all of those Halloween costumes after October 31st? Why not recycle those Halloween costumes? Here's a helpful handful of post-Halloween how-tos for recycling trick-or-treat outfits.
 
 


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