Boo.... Halloween is coming!

Everybody knows I always loved to have a costume and celebrate all the festivities. 

I was a primary teacher for 10 yeas and I always tried to surprise kids with different characters and unrecognizable for them. Most of the time I was successful and I had a lot of fun! I use my regular clothes and craft all the details. The most important thing is to be creative and think "wich" clothes will fit better with the halloween costume you want to create. Then you are ready to party!

Bad Bad Maria hopes you will be inspired by the following halloween costumes and my ugly faces :)

I will LOVE to know which costume is your favorite. Leave your comment below. I'll be very happy to read it!  I've prepared as well a special gift for you at the bottom of this post. To set up your table decoration check great ideas here. Share your halloween photos with us at Bad Bad Maria's facebook page 

Halloween 2008 - These were my regular clothes with some details in green tule. My socks were plain green and I add some plastic paper stripes to give the magic socks effect. Do you like my magic groom?

Halloween 2008 - These were my regular clothes with some details in green tule. My socks were plain green and I add some plastic paper stripes to give the magic socks effect. Do you like my magic groom?

Halloween 2009 - This dress was made by felt fabric and "sewn" with staples. To give glamour to the dress I add a spider web to the design. Is it raining? Pick up a fancy umbrella like this.

Halloween 2009 - This dress was made by felt fabric and "sewn" with staples. To give glamour to the dress I add a spider web to the design. Is it raining? Pick up a fancy umbrella like this.

Halloween 2010 - My favorite halloween costume ever! A cute, amazing pumpkin!!!!! I miss so much this date. I remember my 6 year olds students were amazed and had so much fun. I needed help to do it: my fellow teachers Clara and Cassia were sweet and helped me to put my ideas into action. I'm still in love with pumpkins. This was made by sponge and sewn with thread. Who wants to be a pumpkin?

Halloween 2010 - My favorite halloween costume ever! A cute, amazing pumpkin!!!!! I miss so much this date. I remember my 6 year olds students were amazed and had so much fun. I needed help to do it: my fellow teachers Clara and Cassia were sweet and helped me to put my ideas into action. I'm still in love with pumpkins. This was made by sponge and sewn with thread. Who wants to be a pumpkin?

GET YOUR PRINTABLE NOW!

In this special occasion I've launched an Halloween Free Printable Pdf for your terrifying haloween party decoration. You, your family, your kids and your friends will love it. Just register, download, print, and cut it. It's easy. Finally, share your photos with us at Bad Bad Maria's facebook page.