WFMW: Last Minute Tween/Teen Halloween Costumes

Just when you think your older kids are done with dressing up….

You realize they are still just kids.

My daughter was invited to a friend’s all-girl costume get-together. We opted for practical t-shirt “costumes” for both our big kids so they could wear the cute tees again:

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My son is going to be Captain America:


They made the cuffs, headband and shield out of craft foam.

It works for us!


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    Wonderful ideas for teens. Because of all the kids we have – we have 27 years of pulling costumes out of the costume chest – one found its way onto our golden retriever – and the boys mix and match – adding a little new here and there – and we celebrate imperfect – but have a great time doing it!

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