Halloween Costumes For Kids
The wardrobe whiz from Good Eats With Alton Brown dreams up Halloween costumes for kids.
For this outfit, Good Eats wardrobe designer Amanda Kibler cut out the top of a box and filled it with foam fries. Get step-by-step directions.
Felt and fleece are popular materials on the Good Eats set because they don't ravel. Get step-by-step instructions.
To make this spray-painted foam bacon strip safe for trick-or-treating, Good Eats wardrobe designer Amanda Kibler hot-glued the front and back pieces together only down to the knees. Get step-by-step instructions.
This felt egg is a riff on some rice-grain costumes once made for Good Eats. Get step-by-step instructions.
Good Eats wardrobe designer Amanda Kibler loves using old, forgotten items from around the house in her designs. The red and brown "sprinkles" on this cupcake are actually hair curlers. Get step-by-step instructions.