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Oversized glasses (complete with cord!), cotton balls for hair and a cardigan over a dress and you’re done.
All the better if you’ve got bright colours to channel the vibes of that cheery grandma that everyone loves.
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Get a pack of water balloons in the party section of the supermarket and fill them up with water. Store in a large transparent trash bag and fit your kid through it.
You probably don’t want to let your child around anything sharp, though.
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Simple: A rolled up cardboard sheet and some scrunched up netting. For the straw, thinly roll up a piece of green paper.
Even simpler, don a green apron and a visor cap on your child and they’re halfway to becoming the cutest barista ever.
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Love Disney? 5 other kids are coming dressed as Mickey Mouse.
Sandess, on the other hand, only needs blue face paint, an oversized blue sweater and a pair of black-framed glasses.
Kingship was essentially a male activity in Ancient Egypt, but royal women were powerful too.
Fancy cloth along with a long white dress should do the trick; otherwise, it’s a common costume in costume stores as well.
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This costume will definitely blow up your halloween party.
Cut a hole through a bag pack to fit your child’s hips, allowing their real legs to act as the flame plume. Then, use a pair of jeans to create a pair of flailing limbs. Genius!
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Simply use a beige-coloured cloth to create the burrito wrap and coloured cloth to create the illusion of ingredients peeking out, and wrap your baby as you normally would.
Plus, some aluminum foil!
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A soft drink spilling out of a bottle, a doughnut on a plate, let your hair down!
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Put on some socks, and then six more. Plus, google eyes for bonus points.
DIY some cute lace or frilly detail on a vintage pinafore dress and plop a hat on!
It’s incredibly simple – if only you’d gnome before.
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