There are several things I LOVE in this world and today I am going to share two.
........... dressing up
............. all things Disney
I absolutely love dressing up.... I don't know why it is, but being able to transform into someone else for a night is so much fun for me!This year has by far been my favorite outfits yet!
Lately I have been so extremely busy with working full time and going to school full time that I didn't have much time to fully make my costume as I have been able to in the past. However I am extremely pleased with how well my costumes turned out thanks to frequenting Saver's!
Well, it is now November 1st which means we made it through another Halloween! I hope you all had a supercalifradulisticexpialidocious holiday with your ohana as I did mine.
MARY POPPINS AND BURT COSTUMES PROPS:
*Black Umbrella (cane handle or straight handle... I used a cane handle)
*Paper towels or news paper
*Flour, water, and bowl
*Paint (black, white, green, blue, yellow)
*Mod Podge (I used matte)
Cover handle in tin foil molding it into a bird head.
Mix flour and water in a bowl to form a liquid paste (paper mache)
Dip paper towel/newspaper into paper mache paste and cover tinfoil. Let dry over night.
Paint parrot head. Let dry.
Cover in a layer of mod podge. Let dry.
Find a hat that is the right size and similar shape, we will modify the top to be flat later.
Remove anything that may be on the hat and paint/spray paint black (if it isn't black already). Also push the top of the hat in to make it flat and let it dry.
Using flowers and Christmas ornaments purchased from the dollar store glue them on using a hot glue gun.
*Broom (get it from the dollar store)
*Black pole/stick (we used Rob's Lacrosse stick, but you could just use the broom stick)
*Black Spray Paint
*1/2 Circle Styrofoam
*Hot Glue Gun
Pull out bristles from broom
Straighten bristles (they will be folded in half).
Insert bristles into your foam and secure with hot glue.
Insert pole into bottom of foam and spray paint everything and let dry.