Carnival costumes Ideas


I'm starting with something cheerful this week… Carnival! Will you be celebrating this year, i believe it is only two weeks from now…but plenty of time to create a nice costume yourself for the kids! To be honest we will not be celebrating, but I was brought up in a true Carnival family, i believe it is in my genes 🙂 so around this time of year I am getting a bit excited and perhaps I will use these DIY samples for my boys whenever they wanna do a costume party at home….


In the top image: funny ghosts via fffound  and a beautiful little owl from Ellen Luckett Baker…. more images…

In the image above: amazing Bird Masks that i saw over at ModernKids.


Another great costume from by Ellen Luckett Baker over at alpha mom or would you rather see your child in this cute Peter Pan costume from MerMag


or you girl could be looking like this lovely little pioneer, I saw in La Petite Magazine… and finally I absolutely loved this idea of a felt mask via my little day

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  1. Kerstin

    Love the little owl! My son will be celebrating Carnival in his Kindergarten and his costume ideas keep changing so I daren`t start working on a costume! He`ll have to decide soon though…
    Have a good week!

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