With Halloween just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about costumes. We've gathered our favorite kids' costumes to inspire you and the little ones.
Their fleece is made from cotton wool balls gathered and sewn onto a leotard which is worn over a long-sleeved shirt and leggings. The hat is a beanie with floppy felt ears and, to finish it off, a little dot of face-paint for the nose. Click here for the full how-to guide:
This costume is made of two feather boas, ordinary yellow kitchen gloves, yellow stockings and a swimming cap with a felt comb. Under all of the feathers, your little one can wear a leotard. Click here for the full how-to guide:
All that you need is some plain dark clothing and some brightly coloured cardboard – it’s as easy as that! Click here for the full how-to guide:
The swinging skirts are made from rope-style mop heads and the leis are made of coloured gift bows. If you really want to get clever, you can make a ukulele from a recycled cereal box, a paper towel tube and rubber bands. Click here for the full how-to guide:
TULIP AND ROSE
An easy to make crepe-paper tulip cap and rosebud headband can turn a mom and daughter into a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Click here for the full how-to guide:
Once the festivities are over, and you realise that your kids have managed to get a few stains on their clothing thanks to all those trick-or-treat goodies, make stain removal easier with OMO laundry detergent and auto washing powder.
If you're looking for more ways to get creative with your kids, why not check out OMO Fast Kids? It's a great way for your child to test out their maths skills any time, anywhere, using the Fast Kids App. You'll get to see how they progress, and they'll even earn rewards. Click here to learn more!