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Carnival Costume Ideas DIY

Some ideas last minute for masks and Carnival costumes DIY for our kids? I found a great set on MammacheClub, under Creative Moms. Of course, I’ve swept and here we list some of these beautiful creations:

Alessia, for example, blog Alessia, scrap & craft, presents a perfect bat costume for Carnival but also for Halloween only realised with a hoodie black, a black skirts and an umbrella!

Still a bat costume

for Glory, another Creative Moms of Mammache Club, who is also the author of a blog: Alchimistainlibertà. He

Carnival Costume Ideas DIY

describes the realization:

the wings I made with cardboard (the packing boxes) and then I colored with tempera. Same thing for the ears, which I pasted with a fair bit of PVA glue on a headband. The Jersey is a simple black Jersey father’s day. The wings I tried attaccargliele with scotch double sided tape

Linda, on his blog from the emblematic title Pane, Amore e Creatività, presents a wide range of costumes and masks of Carnival unearthed around the net: paper masks to those of fairy characters, the turtle costume at super hero’s Cape with photos, tutorials and patterns to download.

To complete the costume from Batman, you need only the mask. Here you can find together the emblem on the front. And also the form and emblem of Superman, if your child prefers this super hero.

A mom blogger, Paola, on Home Made mom, on her blog, describes the materials to make the perfect DIY Fireman costume.

While Scram, presents a veritable anthology of witty and downright original costumes, sometimes to be copied, sometimes useful to take inspiration from the shopping bag, garbage can, the costumes ‘ stands’ as the slice of pizza, sushi, the picnic table to pieces of furniture like washing machine, or the bathtub and ending with the doghouse and the GNOME on mushroom. Each photo is accompanied by a link to the site with instructions on how to achieve it.

The child in the photo is Thomas, one of three mischievous kids of Yolanda, who from the pages of Mammachespasso talks about the less frantic times of creations – now – for his kids, who love dressing up all year. Here are a few in our gallery.