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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    My son informed me this morning that he wants to go as Hairy Maclary 😨
    Dd3 went as buttons Mcclay? The super hairy one once.
    I got a over sized shirt and hand sewed a heap of wool too it and made ear with a hand band and some material with wool sewn on them too. It was very East.

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    We still need to attach his hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    DS1 is going as George from George's Marvellous Medicine.

    DS2 is going as a Lego man.

    DD is going as Aurora (Sleeping Beauty).
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    @Cheerilee my boys don't watch a lot of tv these days so no we haven't seen that show. Also, since it seems to be nearly the same as their usual school uniform they poo-poo'd the idea (typical!)

    Quote Originally Posted by FrothyFrog View Post
    Oh no! What about characters that wear fairly normal clothes? Hiccup from How to train your dragon wears brown and a viking helmet..

    Or spray their hair blue and pin thing 1 and thing 2 onto a red shirt?
    I think I've nearly got them sold on thing one and thing two. I've only got a few windows throughout tomorrow to get it sorted but it shouldn't be too hard- a couple of cheap red shirts from Big W, some big signs to go on their chests and some blue hair spray (which please anyone tell me- it is easy to get out of hair again, right? Their hair is like a dirty blonde/ light brown colour?!)

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    I asked DD today what she wanted to dress up as (her daycare one is next week) and she said Elsa, but I asked her to think of something else and she said Peter Pan.

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    Jake the dog from Adventure time...not his favourite character but I found a onesie with the hat part as Jake's face for $10 in target. Got some yellow face paint. So thats who he's going as tomorrow !

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    Our first here too. After I banned elsa we're going with Angelina ballerina. Her ballet outfit and draw a nose and whiskers on her face with eyelids. Easy peasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    DD - I have no idea yet, she's not given me any ideas and book week parade is on Wednesday!

    DS1 - Darth Maul. Because he's obsessed with Star Wars books and comics (he's never seen the movies).

    DS2 - Captain Hook from Peter Pan!
    DD has (finally) decided that she wants to go as Mary Lennox from The Secret Garden, and DS1 changed his mind to Darth Vadar

    Not looking forward to organising 3 children for book week tomorrow morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    @Cheerilee my boys don't watch a lot of tv these days so no we haven't seen that show. Also, since it seems to be nearly the same as their usual school uniform they poo-poo'd the idea (typical!)



    I think I've nearly got them sold on thing one and thing two. I've only got a few windows throughout tomorrow to get it sorted but it shouldn't be too hard- a couple of cheap red shirts from Big W, some big signs to go on their chests and some blue hair spray (which please anyone tell me- it is easy to get out of hair again, right? Their hair is like a dirty blonde/ light brown colour?!)
    DS1 has blonde hair and the blue hair spray that he had in it came straight out.

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    Ds wants to go as Batman. That's a book right? Comic book but a book nonetheless? I've left it a bit late!


 

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