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Return to Halloweentown

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The Day After Halloween

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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Halloween III

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

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Halloween

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How to make a good halloween costume for a 4 year old?

He’s 4 years old and loves horror stories and everything. He loves ninja.

Any idea on how to make a good halloween costume, my budgets are low and I can’t pay alot, so I want to make my own for him.

4 Responses to How to make a good halloween costume for a 4 year old?

  • Gassy Ghost Bottom Burper says:

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  • Jojo says:

    A ninja costume is quite easy to throw together. My nephew was a ninja for last year and he had on black cotton pyjamas with a black turtleneck underneath (this made the PJ’s look quite oriental). Some black gloves and a black balaclava. If you can find a balaclava just buy a black hat that’s too big and cut a big hole in it. A bit of black fabric tucked into front of balaclava serves as ninja style mouth cover, and you can use a bit of fabric tied around the head as a bandanna, and a bit around the waist as a belt. For ninja shoes you just need some sandals (black or spray them black) and a pair of black socks. If you sew a U-shape in between the big toe and the rest of the toes then make a cut in the U-shape you get ninja socks.
    You can make throwing stars out of aluminium foil, cardboard and a bit of glue. Nun-chucks can be made out of a bit of silver curtain rope (from your local sewing shop), and toilet roll tubes or sweet tubes covered in black sticky-back plastic.

    Or even easier is a plastic axe, a lumber-jack shirt, some jeans, and a hunters hat. Rip them up a bit, a touch of red paint on the axe and the clothes and you’ll have a cute little axe murder!

  • Nina M says:

    Harry Potter Deluxe Robe Child Costume can be a good costume ideas for a 4 year old

  • All About Los Angeles says:

    with material and a sewing machine

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