The Perfect Jewelry to Go With Your Youngster's Halloween Costume

By: Bob Gammit

Kids are the center of this holiday. Halloween was previously a pagan festival celebrating the harvest season, it was incorporated into the Christian religion to memoralise All Saints Day. In the olden days, men and women dress up in masks and costumes to turn away evil. In the modern setting, Halloween is the day where kids dress up in costumes to go around the neighborhood trick or treating. They are given treats in the form of candies and little toys.

Costumes in the twentieth century have become more and more imaginative. Kids's interests and influences have become more wide-ranging. Dressing up as a witch, a vampire or Frankenstein is still popular but dressing up as a superhero or a cartoon character has also become common. Costumes usually reflect your child's personality. Some children are sweet and will dress up as bunnies or a fairy princess while others show their boisterous personalities by going as Batman or as a mummy. Mothers are usually the ones who spend a great deal of time sewing together these costumes. Sometimes it's hard to make intricate parts of costumes so the best way to accentuate them is through accessorizing.

There are a lot of websites and specialty stores that carries kid's jewelries to make their costumes look more unique. Even if the princess dress that you sew is very simple, you can still make it one-of-a-kind by adding a stunning crystal heart shaped pendant with the picture of a Disney princess. Or if you want to make your daughter look like royalty, why not add a pretty tiara. Tiaras can be made of plastic and painted in a silver polish or aluminum wires with plastic flowers. They are cheap ways to add a finished look on the costume. Girls will also ask their moms to make them pretty Hawaiian outfits and shell-pendant necklaces and starfish earrings make pretty additions to their costume.

For the boys, costumes that portray superheroes can be more realistic with the addition of jewellery such as Green Lantern's ring or necklaces with skull pendants to make a costume scarier. Boys will also like glow in the dark necklaces and bracelets. Some boys would love to go as pirates so why not add an eye patch and silver hoop earrings to complete the look.

Whatever costume you make, be sure to consider that it should be your kid who will decide on what their costume should be. It's a great means for them to exercise their creativity. You can even have them assist you make their costumes and pick out the accompanying kid jewellery so that they'll appreciate it more. Halloween is a special day for your children so it should be memorable for them.

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