Toddlers are inherently spooky. We don’t realize it because they usually mask the spooky in a covering of cute, but given the right setting, children have the talent to spook everyone out completely. Just take a look at this video. Well, to be honest it is also super adorable, and a perfect example of going from spooked to awww in about ten seconds. This rather impressive LED Stick Figure Halloween costume was created by photographer Royce Hutain for his 22 month old daughter Zoey.
Carving a pumpkin doesn’t have to be everybody’s style for Halloween, you could just wrap it up in some classy typography with an equally good effect. This DIY tutorial shows you how to do just that, starting with a simple way to give the pumpkins a chalkboard-like texture.
These well detailed, impressive and spooky fruit and vegetable carvings are just what the Halloween spirit needs. All these veggies and fruits have been sculpted to perfection by artist Shawn Feeney.
Artist Isaiah Stephens imagines what Disney princesses would look like, if they dressed up for a contemporary Halloween party. We’ll say it is an excellent set.
Now that wasn’t so bad, eh?
Getting elaborate costumes for Halloween is awesome, but not everyone has the time or energy to go the elaborate way. On such occasions, you merely throw something like a poncho on yourself and voila! Instant costume. It is made out of plastic so you could use it on an odd rainy day as well.
Inspired by Nightmare on Elm Street, Freddy Kreuger’s famous sweater could be all yours for Halloween. The animated sweater features visual and sound effects where the animated chest piece writhes and moans. It really is quite creepy, and frankly a bit disturbing. Available on ThinkGeek, and on Amazon (prices vary through sellers).
At any other time, we would call this gross and stay away from it. But since we are walking towards Halloween, this looks like something that might come out handy. Costs $25.