20 Book Week And Halloween Costume Ideas
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Run out of ideas for Book Week? Or how about Halloween? Enjoy these Book Week and Halloween costumes ideas & don’t forget to share yours with us!
1. Where’s Wally?
An old time favourite, Where’s Wally!
2. The BFG
Gather an old suitcase, a home made trumpet, large ears & black cape & your child is set to be the BFG.
Get some cardboard boxes & pixelate them with paint or glued paper to create your favourite Minecraft character.
4. Harry Potter Characters
Harry Potter fans will love dressing up as their favourite character.
Love this easy dressup of Tintin with snowy & Captain Haddock.
6. I Spy
What a great idea to decorate a white t-shirt with I Spy items & a list of things to find.
7. Alice in Wonderland
I love this recreation of the Alice that is too big for the house. So cute.
8. Peter Pan’s Shadow
Why be Peter Pan when you can be his shadow!
9. Miss Clavel & Madeline & Friends
Dress up as Miss Clavel, Madeline or her friends.
10. How To Train Your Dragon
This clever mother made costumes from How To Train Your Dragon for her kids.
Make this easy bat costume attached to a black hoodie.
This Matilda even has her own newt!
13. Charlie & the Chocolate Factory
Dress up as Charlie or one of the characters from Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.
This Alfredo looks so much like the one in the cartoon, don’t you think? Inspired by the movie & book Ratatouille.
15. Mario & Luigi
If Mario & Luigi are favourites in your household, then you can’t pass up the chance to dress up like them for the day!
16. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid
Make a mask or paper mache head of Greg from Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
17. Geronimo Stilton
Be the famous mouse reporter Geronimo Stilton.
18. The Lorax
An oversized orange onesie with yellow eye brows & moustache will definitely make you look like the Lorax.
19. Angelina Ballerina
For little Angelina lovers, they will love to whirl & twirl like Angelina for the day!
This porcupine was too cute not to post.
We hope you have been inspired by these ideas for the next book day or Halloween event. Share with us your wonderful ideas!