16 DIY Book Character Costumes - Best Book Character Halloween CostumesWe all have children's books that will always be near and dear to our hearts, like Anne of Green Gables, The Giving Tree, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, to name just a few. There's no doubt that you've shared these treasured tomes with your own little ones, who likely love the stories as much as you do. Bring those titles —and some new ones from your kids' bookshelves—to life with these super-creative DIY book character costumes for a memorable Halloween. Or, you can use some of the DIY tutorials here to work your magic and make some of the costumes yourself. Either way, we guarantee your children will have grins on their faces when they go trick-or-treating and tell everyone about the book characters they're dressed up as. By the way, kids shouldn't get to have all the fun. As an adult , you likely still have those books that have remained special to you throughout your life, so we have costume ideas for you as well.
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16 DIY Book Character Costumes for Halloween
Because being creative for World Book Day doesn't have to be a mad panic. World Book Day is looming and your child wants to impress with a brilliant home-made creation. And this year you've vowed that you won't rely on the supermarkets and instead get creative - but you simply have no idea how to transform your kid into his or her's favourite book character. And you'll no doubt leave it to the last minute to sort something too. But, delve deep enough into your cupboards, and you might find that putting something together is not quite as hard as you think. Here is our guide on who to choose to dress up as and how to have a panic-less hunt for a brilliant costume - without a needle and thread in sight. Just put your daughter or son in a blue dress, with a red ribbon in her hair and carrying a pile of books.
Below are 15 clever, super easy and super cheap! Classy in the Classroom. Harry Potter fans will have no trouble recognizing you in this one. Classic Noise. This is probably the most comfortable costume on this list. Soren of Classic Noise bought an adult-sized onesie which she attached a fabric tail to and made a paper crown.
This one's for all the bookworms out there! Whether you need a storybook costume to wear to school during Book Week or to go trick-or-treating on Halloween , these ideas are picture book perfect. From classic children's books to YA novels, all of these book character costumes are calling your name if you're a true bibliophile. Our favorite book character costume ideas are all super-easy, so don't stress if you waited until the last minute — these storybook Halloween costumes can all be pieced together from items you already have in your closet or ready-made costumes you can buy on Amazon. Don't worry if you waited until the last minute: Everything you need to recreate these Mary Poppins and Bert looks is available on Amazon. This clever Halloween costume can be pulled off with zero sewing skills — right down to the no-sew felt apple trick-or-treat bag.