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9 DIY Costumes for Buwan ng Wika

Here are some costume ideas to inspire you all throughout the Buwan ng Wika celebration.

For the practical and creative mom, making your kid's Buwan ng Wika costume yourself can be very fulfilling. Old clothes of your own, borrowed from relatives or bought from second-hand clothes stores will not only save you cost, your original creation might even make your child a standout. Here are 9 Filipino kid costumes you can put together yourself.

Looking for stores where you can buy ready-to-wear Filipiniana clothes? Click here.

 

Photography by Jazer Basan

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  • kathie Aug 22 2012 @ 02:33pm
    abangan ko po ung feature niyong filipiniana store kasi sa sat un ung isusuot ng anak ko sa skul
  • yhamslove® Aug 16 2011 @ 10:17am
    Mommyjazz's article is really a big help to those parents who are scouting for non-pricey Filipino costumes for their children's use. My son's only 2 years old but I consider myself lucky having this idea for my son's future participation in the celebration of the Lingo ng Wika. Congrats Mommyjazz!
  • yhamslove® Aug 16 2011 @ 10:13am
    Mommyjazz's article is really a great help to those parents who are scouting for non-pricey Filipino costumes. My son's just 2 years old but I'm lucky that I already have an idea for my son's future participation in the Lingo ng Wika Week. c",)
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