Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
Halloween is on its way. This is a time for kid’s imagination to take off and transform them into super heroes, scary monsters and fairy princesses. There is no limit to a child’s imagination. The good news is that now you can embrace this creativity with do-it-yourself Halloween costumes for your child. While they may come from a package, these costumes can be customized to what your child likes and wants, making them truly unique and special. Check out some of the hottest do-it-yourself Halloween costumes that are available right now.
Black Do It Yourself Mask – This mask is a canvas waiting to be created. Paint, feathers, glitter and more, your child can truly let their imagination take over making the mask that they want to wear for Halloween this year.
Create Your Own Halloween Costume – This kit comes with everything to make the ultimate super hero costume. Does your child want to fly, have x-ray vision or super speed? This kit allows them to make the super hero costume they have always wanted.
The No-Sew Costume Book – This book holds different costume designs that your child can make with various, affordable materials. This unique book will be able to be turned to year after year when your child wants a unique and original costume idea that they can make all by themselves.
Body Paint Crayons – This kit of 12 crayons allows your child to provide their own facial features. No matter if they are going for blood-sucking vampire, or pretty princess, the washable crayons can give that final touch, which is completely a do-it-yourself costume.
How to Make Paper Costumes – This book takes your child step by step through the process needed to make a variety of different paper costumes. Cheap, affordable and completely do-it-yourself.
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Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.