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Trick Or Treat! 18 Nakakabilib DIY Halloween Costumes Made By Pinoy ParentsIt's an occasion for kids, but mom and dad also pull the stops to give their children the best costumes!by Kitty Elicay .
While Halloween is not an official holiday in the Philippines, the country has all but embraced the tradition, with most establishments offering trick or treat events that kids can enjoy. But while the day is meant for the young ones (who look forward to candy!), it seems that it’s their parents who go all out for this celebration.
18 Halloween trick or treat costume ideas for kids
From thinking of the theme, creating the costume, and taking dozens of photos of the outfit that they painstakingly DIY’d, parents deserve all the applause. Just look at the Halloween costumes they’ve shown us over the years — some even celebrate Halloween as a family!
For 2019, we didn’t even need to ask parents to send in their children’s Halloween costumes — they just sent it straight to our SmartParenting.com.ph Parent Chat and Facebook page inboxes! Here are the best ones we’ve seen so far, and it looks like the kids were all raring to yell, “Trick or Treat!”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
These Aladdin and Jasmine costumes were made from recycled materials! Mom Stephanie Chua used flour sacks, paper sacks, coins, old fabric, and paint to create the look.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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We were so impressed with this costume that dad Jefferzon Lee made for his son, Jayden. Using old boxes, he was able to create a Bumblebee costume that actually transforms from a car into a robot! Take a look:ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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Maria from The Book of Life
For her daughter Ruchira’s costume, mom Weng Cortes fashioned a hat from a plastic candy jar and cigarette carton, while the candles were made from bond paper and the fire made out of feathers. She also sewed curtain laces on an old dress and finished the look with makeup!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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For this Halloween trick or treat costume, mom Macy Dela Cruz bought half a meter of pink fabric and formed it into an apron-like dress. She painted the white circles on the fabric and used an old headband, shirt and leggings for the inner clothes.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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We still want to see your child's Halloween costume! Send us a photo and tell us the story behind it. Message us on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Halloween costume."
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