Homemade Halloween Costumes With Freeze Debt #AD

Halloween is going to be a little different for us this year, as covid restrictions have meant that we can no longer enjoy our annual Halloween festivities. 

We can no longer visit our family our friends homes, the public and parents have been advised against knocking on doors and handling sweets. 

As such we have decided to stay home for the majority of the weekend instead and get creative. Whilst we do plan on visiting our grandparents houses at a, distance on Halloween night, we have opted to make our own homemade costumes to save money, with the help of Freeze Debt. Who provide a free app, which helps people manage their personal debt without it getting the way of a busy family lifestyle. They give peace of mind to money issues, all works through a free app, and it can offer you a solution to your debts in a matter of minutes. You can download the app here: https://freezedebtpr.onelink.me/r0tG/374ccfa1

Typically we would spend over £30 on Halloween costumes, but this year we have used our own craft boxs and some old bits from around the home to create some good old fashioned fun homemade Halloween costumes. 

Costume 1: Trash Monster 

So we decided to upcycle last year's Halloween mask by pairing it with a binbag, which we covered with googly eyes, a squishy brain and some other random stickers that our 5yo found. 

We put on black clothes underneath the bag so that it all matches and it would be tricky to see him in the dark. 

Costume 2: Kid Ghosts

The boys have seen people create ghosts costumes out of old sheets, so they wanted to give it a go ourselves. We dug out some of white sheets and cut-out the eyes and mouth holes using a marker and scissors. 

We tested the costumes out with two lanterns we use for camping and as you can see, the costumes look great. More importantly the boys have a blast running around in the dark. 

Karl Young

Part-time daddy and lifestyle blogger. Father of 2 boys under 2. Golfer, scare-fan, tea-lover, traveller, squash and poker player. I write on the @HuffPostUK http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/karl-young/

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