Our favorite feature: bubbles made from small balloons.
Have your kid pick a card, any card, from an entire deck. Now bet him (odds are in your favor) that with a little help, he can become this card trick on Halloween.
From the tip of its big ears to the end of its gray tail, this costume will make your kid feel like the big cheese on Halloween.
All the neighborhood kids will eat it up!
Here are the blueprints for an easy costume for Bob the Builder wanna-bes.
We can see the future now: your daughter will join a caravan of musical wanderers on October 31st.
Going door-to-door can be a taxing enterprise, so why not let your 'tweenager combine work and relaxation with this spa costume?
If you have a soccer fan under your roof, this costume will be a winner.
Looking for some swashbuckling fun this Halloween? Let your child pillage the back of your closet for this creative pirate costume.
Crossing the neighborhood can be a long haul for little farmhands. So here we've used a wagon--pulled by a plow-mom--to make the harvesting of treats an easy job.
This larger-than-life bloodsucking fly will be the buzz of your Halloween party. His bulging eyes are made from mirrors, available for $2 each at auto supply stores
Who doesn't believe in fairies? With this costume, a beautiful fairy will magically appear on your doorstep.
It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's a supertrick-or-treater! In this creative costume, your hero will be collecting candy faster than a speeding bullet.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the wickedest queen of all? Your child, of course, dressed for Halloween as bejeweled royalty.
Jack of All Treats
Spaghetti & Meatballs