Halloween is the season for scary monsters! But why spend money on the perfect creepy costume when your child can easily transform into a Werewolf with items around the house. No full moon required.
Difficulty: 2 out of 4 pumpkins
Materials & Tools
Dark pair of Mom's socks
Krazy Glue or glue gun
Dark long sleeved shirt
Plaid shirt (short or long sleeved)
Face makeup or bronzer
Step 1: Create Werewolf Fur
Go into attic/kids closets and find UNUSED/DISGARDED teddy bears/brown furry stuffed animals (important note: this should be a furry friend your child won't miss when you cut them to shreds). Cut the ears off and cut 2 squares and 2 rectangles out of the teddy bear fur.
Step 2: Make Hand Paws
Cut fingers off of gloves. Glue 1 fur square to each glove.
Step 3: Make Foot Paws
Glue 1 fur rectangle to the top of the foot of each sock.
Step 4: Make Ears
Trim the fur from the ears of the teddy bears so they are shaped more like triangles. Glue to headband.
Step 5: Get Dressed
Put on turtleneck first, then the plaid shirt over it -- if long sleeved, rolls sleeves up. Put on jeans -- roll up legs a few times. Put on shoes -- put the sock/foot paws over the shoes. Put on gloves/hand paws.
Step 6: Finishing Touches
If hair is long enough, tease/brush it out and hairspray in place. Cover your child's face in brown face makeup or bronzer. Draw on nose with black eyeliner. Put on the ears
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