While create a car Halloween costume might sound difficult, it really isn’t all that time consuming. All it takes is a cardboard box and some wheels (which may also be made of cardboard). Add some sort of suspension system to make it easier for your child to head from door to door on trick-or-treat night.
Race Car Driver
A classic but creative Halloween costume is a race car driver. The wide array of colors and patterns can make for a fun afternoon with the kids. Allow them to make their own costume with your supervision, of course. Have more than one trick-or-treater? No problem! Make other race-themed costumes, like a large checkered flag.
The Star Wars franchise is still going strong, making it the perfect choice for Halloween costumes this year. Separate yourself from the crowd of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo’s with a more comical route. Instead, take part as Jedi Master Yoda or Kylo Ren. Smaller fans will find that they’re the perfect size for the BB-8 droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
Here at Pfeiffer Used, we can’t wait to see the Halloween costumes you come up with this year.