Tigerlilly Quinn: Halloween Ideas

Friday, 10 October 2014

Halloween Ideas

In collaboration with Sophie Davidson 
Wilf last halloween, just a little bit cute right? I'm gutted it won't fit him this year.
Halloween is the perfect time to try your hand at crafting. It won't come as a huge surprise that Halloween costumes for children can be expensive, ranging upwards of £30 - unfortunately, as kids grow so do their likes and this normally means more money. It’s doubtful they will still fit into their costume from last year, and even if they do would they want to be the same character two years running? So, how can you save money and still ensure your little ones have a great time this Halloween? Make a costume yourself!
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You don’t need to be a skilled crafter or seamstress to create simple DIY costumes which cost little to make. There is a DIY costume for all ages, from classic costumes such as ghosts and witches or trend heavy costumes such as Elsa from Frozen (I think this would be wilf's choice!). You can find some costume inspiration over at Morph Costumes, I like the Buzz Lightyear one and the Lego one!
Famous for its all-in-one spandex costumes, Morph Costumes has recently launched ‘Morph Famous the world’s largest costume design challenge in the lead up to Halloween. Designed to make one costume enthusiast ‘rich and famous’ and to also discover some of the best hidden design talent across the world, the winner stands to pocket $10,000 as prize money.
Budding designers can submit entries into a number of different categories throughout October on the Morph Costumes website, with the public being invited to show their support and vote for their favourites. A shortlist of the 10 designs that receive the most votes will be announced just before Halloween and the winning design will be chosen by a panel of judges just before Halloween on 27th October.

Gregor, co-founder of Morph Costumes, said: “We started off five years ago with five plain coloured Morphsuits and can now boast some of the most innovative costumes on the planet”.

The inspiration for Morph Famous came from years of costume fans sharing their design concepts on the company’s Facebook page, home to over 1.4 million fancy dress fanatics. Last year, a passionate Morphsuits fan called Kyle created a design using a white Morphsuit and posted it on the Facebook page – one year later, Morph Costumes worked with him to create the design and it’s now available to purchase worldwide.


So what are you waiting for?
In collaboration with Sophie Davidson

15 comments:

Jen Walshaw said...

This gave me a much needed smile!

You Baby Me Mummy said...

This is brilliant hun! So much fun! x

laura redburn said...

yessss i love this! so good.

Beautyqueenuk said...

Ha this is brilliant x

hannah staveley said...

Love this so much :)

Saskia said...

Oh my, such a cute pic! This photo has got me so excited for the future to think how gorgeous my boy will be. I mean how sweet is Wilf here? But he's even more handsome now! xx

Joanna Sormunen said...

What a fun video! And it's true that there's a lot of opportunities for physical activity around the house.

Laura Rocksteady said...

This really made me smile - I mean what would the world be like without a little silliness - love this - you are Lori nailed the cleaning workout routine - can we expect a christmas workout video?? :)


Laura x

Kara said...

work outs need to be fun!

Hollie B said...

Ahh this is a fab post. You rock! x

Sylvia Fiolunka said...

Haha such a funny video! I clean the whole house properly once a week and one room a day, plus hoovering everyday - it should do as a good gym!

Wild & Grizzly said...

This was hilarious to make! so much fun x

Lia: Tangerine Canteen said...

Looks like you ladies had a right old giggle making this!! Fab xx

Becky Goddard-Hill said...

Your Wilf looks adorable

Globalmouse said...

I love this!! So funny....I often try and dance about when I'm cleaning - makes it much more fun!!

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