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Halloween

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Yes, they celebrate this American event even in Singapore! My son's preschool held a halloween party and they had to dress in fancy dress. He wore an outfit that I had made for him in 2006 when he attended a friend's animal-themed birthday party. Anyway, he was a rooster (very fitting since he's born in the year of the rooster). This was made from a hand-me-down wrap for babies and scraps of red material. If you're a parent, you will know that the wrap comes with a hood so you can, with a little imagination, transform it into any animal. So, there's really no need to go out and buy an expensive tacky costume which will then get chucked to one side. A reconstructed one can be made into something else later on!
TH liked the transformation a lot and was cockle doodling :-) Please note, he didn't wear those pjs to school :-p

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  1. Wow that's great!! I am all for more recycling in Halloween! i'm amazed by the tackiness and "cheapness" of some of these costumes and am admirative of the parents who made their own!!

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  2. cute idea, hmmm...I think I'm seriously crafts challenged.

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  3. Fabulous!!! I bet he had lots of fun in his costume, Agy.

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    1. :-) He loved flapping his wings!

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