DIY Aluminum Foil and Pan Costumes- News 12 Segment

You can create costumes like an Astronaut, Alien, viking and a Hershey Kiss with Aluminum Pans and Foil.

Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti (Momee Friends of Long Island) show you how to make your own costumes with items around your home and that are inexpensive to create.

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DIY Popular Social Costumes- News 12 Segment

See how to create fun costumes that are popular on social media like a snapchat costume, a fidget spinner (that really spins), Moana, and a social butterfly.

Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti (Momee Friends of Long Island) show you how to make your own costumes with items around your home and that are inexpensive to create.

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DIY Interactive Game Costumes- News 12 Segment

You can create fun interactive costumes like Guess Who, Tic Tac Toe and Hungry Hungry Hippos.

 

Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti (Momee Friends of Long Island) show you how to make your own costumes with items around your home and that are inexpensive to create.

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DIY Moana Costume

My girls love Moana and I knew I had to come up with my own costume for my oldest daughter to wear.

Of course, I used items I already had to make an inexpensive version of Moana’s outfit in the movie. I even made a cardboard oar to complete the costume.

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DIY Hungry Hungry Hippos Costume

These adorable and bright costumes make for such a cute group costume.

Making these four costumes is not only fun but, they will each look different not just in color but in the face expression of the hippo, too.

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Fidget Spinner – Halloween Costume

We are so excited to share with all of our readers a Fidget Spinner costume you can make on your own and it costs very little to make.

Oh and did I mention, the fidget spinners really do SPIN! Are you excited to see how to make it? Because, we are excited to show you how we made it.

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Musical Exploration Storybooks for Kids – Moana, Tangled & Mickey

Disney and Hal Leonard have launched their Disney Learning “Explore Music” series and we are HUGE FANS!

My kids and I love to read together all day. These picture books are not only beautiful to look at but, they encourage creative play whether it is using movement with your body or your voice to create music or getting crafty to make your own musical instruments with items around your home.  Turn a day at home or a rainy day into a fun day of musical exploration with some familiar characters.

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