Dressing up book characters ideas
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World Book Day: easy DIY costume ideas
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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.
This tutorial may be for grown-ups, and sandals, but it's very easy to adapt for your little one - and what could be cuter than a honey-guzzling Pooh Bear on World Book Day. Get a straw hat and make a red paper feather to stick in the side. Make your ears out of thick paper or paper plates cut in. These can be made into a Cruella de Vil or Hagrid costume - alternatively you can get creative with your face paint and fuzzy monster slippers for a Gruffalo?
What could be more fun than cutting out fish scales from different coloured felts and sticking them to an apron, eh. Fill it with a cushion and then belt it underneath to keep it in. Your child can mimic her one-of-a-kind look with top-to-bottom stripes and those famous flyaway braids.