The Best Halloween Costumes of 2012 (Part 2)
From the top: ‘Heeere’s Johnny’ (The Shining), Ned Flanders (The Simpsons), General Grievous (Star Wars), Sean Connery (SNL), Snooki’s Baby, Chef (South Park), The Son of Man (René Magritte), Jon Snow (Game of Thrones), Gangnam Style Elevator Guy, Ancient Aliens Guy (Meme)
Jon Snow is amazing. Holy fuck
He looks just like Jon Snow. OMIGAH.
Your trick-or-treater can perform a stunning transformation — into Maleficent herself — casting evil spells on anyone who dares to cross her path.
She calls herself the “Mistress of All Evil,” and indeed she is a force to be reckoned with. Clothed in a dark robe and a distinctive horned headdress, this green-skinned fairy can cast any number of evil spells as well as shape shift into a monstrous dragon. With this spiky poster board headband and a little face paint, so too can your trick-or-treater perform a stunning transformation — into Maleficent herself.
Who’s the scariest of them all? Why, The Evil Queen from Snow White, of course! Make your own easy Evil Queen mask with these instructions.
In the end, the Evil Queen actually forfeited the very thing she held most dear — her beauty — by turning herself into an old hag in order to deceive the unsuspecting Snow White. With this hand-held mask, your child can look through the eyes of the monarch who once was the fairest in the land.
While you’re green and powerful, your friends will be green with envy.
Wear this Hulk mask with pride. While you’re green and powerful, your friends will be green with envy. Remember to keep your temper in check, though — you don’t want to hurt anyone!
Make a set of Mickey or Minnie ears for little ones who want to dress up on Halloween as their favorite merry mouse.
Ears a costume topper inspired by a pair of true Halloween party animals. Fashioned from stiff felt, these distinctive headbands can be whipped up in no time flat, making them great last-minute props. To complete the get-ups, simply have your kids choose outfits from their own wardrobes and provide them with white gloves.
Unlike Will Turner’s, this shiny gold pendant isn’t cursed, but it’s likely to give mutineers second thoughts the instant they spot it!
Had it not been for the Aztec Medallion the young William Turner was wearing when he was rescued from sea, Elizabeth Swann might never have realized he was a pirate. And when she took the medallion and hid it to ensure Will’s safety, little did she know that the boy’s father had taken this particular coin from a cursed chest of gold. Until its return, the pirate Barbossa and his entire crew would be sentenced to live forever. Unlike Will’s medallion, this shiny gold pendant isn’t cursed, but it’s likely to give mutineers second thoughts the instant they spot it!
Adorned with choice treasures and trinkets, this snazzy belt is the perfect fit for the would-be pirate in your household.
When you’re outfitting a character as hip as Jack Sparrow, no ordinary belt will do. In fact, this fashion-blazing pirate donned two for good measure. The first was so long he had to tie it around himself. The second, no doubt his favorite, featured the fanciest of buckles and a strap adorned with zany doodads — a chicken’s foot included! Made from cardboard and paper, and adorned with choice treasures and trinkets, this snazzy belt is the perfect fit for the would-be pirate in your household.
Aside from his compass, Jack Sparrow’s hat is his most prized possession. Create your own version — a spitting image of the original.
Among Captain Sparrow’s most prized possessions, his hat places second only to his trusty compass. It’s no wonder then, that he spends so much time trying to find a suitable replacement after Barbossa’s pet monkey throws the tricorn overboard and it is eaten by Davy Jones’ sea monster, the Kraken. Fortunately, in the end, Jack gets his hat back when the Kraken regurgitates it. After shaking off the slime, he fits it right back on his head, none the worse for wear. With little more than brown packing paper and paint, and some help from you, your child can sport a fashionable faux leather tricorn of his own.
Just like Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother, you can conjure up this dazzling tiara with very little effort. All you’ll need is a headband and some sequin trim.
Just when Cinderella thought she was ready for the ball, her stepsisters Drizella and Anastasia dashed her dreams by snatching back the beads and sash they had earlier discarded. Luckily, her Fairy Godmother came to the rescue and, with a wave of her wand, produced a ball gown and matching tiara even more beautiful than the first. You can create a dazzling crown that resembles Cinderella’s using little more than an ordinary headband and a piece of sequin trim.