A Halloween Party On A Budget

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Putting on a Halloween Party on a Budget

With the economic crunch, some people are seriously thinking of not participating in this yearís trick or treating celebration. But this is easier said than done if you have little kids who are looking forward to the event the whole year round. Explaining to these little kids that you donít have the budget to buy new costumes and candies to give away will be harder to do.

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But you donít really need to have a big budget in order to organize a great Halloween party or to participate in a Halloween celebration. The most basic thing that you need is the costume and some candies. If you know how to properly budget and make use of your creativity, you can come up with both without really spending so much. Here are some ideas that might help you with your seemingly impossible task.

1. Rent a unique costume

These days, Halloween costumes, which are often worn only one or two times, can cost as much as a wedding dress! However good quality kid's costumes need not be bought. You can always rent a costume for your kids. Make sure though that they are clean and disinfected before your kids wear them to avoid skin problems. There are numerous costume rental shops in the city. If you have a hard time looking for one, you can check out the directory or surf the internet for some listing.

2. Make your own costume

If your kids are only going to be using their costume for a few hours of trick or treating, and there is really no party that they are going to, a simple, homemade Halloween costume can do.

They donít need anything elaborate. You can even make a simple Halloween costume with paper, scissors, and imagination. If you are not the crafty type, you can always look for Halloween costume patterns and easy to follow instructions on craft books and online.

3. Recycle old Halloween decorations and costumes

If you have costumes in your attic that you will not be using, donít let them rot inside there. You can reuse them by putting them in front of the yard as a scarecrow or a mascot. Costumes can also become a centerpiece on a table. Halloween baskets with Halloween costumes can also serve as casing for candies. There are lots of things that you can do for old costumes. Some can even be cut up and the fabric can be used to make new ones that your kids can wear. Itís all up to you. Let your imagination run wild and your creativity soar.

4. Check the online promotions and ads

Online shopping is actually not a hassle especially if you have lots of promos and discounts to avail. Some stores are promoting their online shops and are selling their products cheaper online. If you are on the lookout for a particular item, why not check out the online stores of the bigger chain stores and department stores like Target and Wal-mart. They offer lots of great deals for people. Make sure though that you check their delivery dates. The goods may be delivered to you too late if you do not look.

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