Chelsea Crockett

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Quick & Simple DIY Group Halloween Costumes

Dressing up for Halloween never gets old.  Whether you’re 5 or 25, everyone finds a little bit of enjoyment in finding the perfect costume!  Although there’s nothing wrong with dressing…

Dressing up for Halloween never gets old.  Whether you’re 5 or 25, everyone finds a little bit of enjoyment in finding the perfect costume!  Although there’s nothing wrong with dressing up solo, getting your friends together to pull off an awesome group costume makes the night even more memorable!

  • If you need something super quick and simple, emoji t-shirts are the answer!  All you need to do is purchase plain yellow t-shirts from Walmart, Target, etc.  Pick your fave emoji and create the face on your shirt using whatever color felt material you need.  Simply cut out the shapes and hot glue each piece of felt onto your shirt!Chelsea Crockett - Emoji Costumes
  • If you have a big enough group, be the seven dwarves from Snow White!  All you need are different colored long-sleeved shirts (colors that the dwarves wear), beanies, felt (black, yellow, and white), laced boots, and high white socks.  For the white felt, cut letters and hot glue them to the shirt to spell out whoever you are, whether it be Happy or Sleepy!  With the black felt, make a belt with a square yellow buckle on the front.  After you do this, you’re set!
  • Basing costumes off you and your friend’s favorite movie is easy and such a fun idea!  There are so many movies to pull costume ideas from such as Disney movies, Mean Girls, etc.  Pick the easiest and best one to go off of and go from there!

Let me know below what you and your friends are being for Halloween!  You never know, I may need some help myself!

Happy Halloween! – Chelsea

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DIY Bff Halloween Costumes

One of the most fun things about halloween is getting creative with your costume. Especially if you and your bff are pairing up. Pair costumes are so fun, because you…

One of the most fun things about halloween is getting creative with your costume. Especially if you and your bff are pairing up. Pair costumes are so fun, because you can get so artistic and out-there with them! The possibilities are endless! If you want to be the best dressed at any halloween, here are a few examples of bff costumes you and your bestie can rock! Plus, they’re all DIY so you can be totally proud of your creations.

  1. Barbie and Ken: If your bff is a guy, or if your bff is willing to dress as a guy, dress up like these two did as Barbie acouple costume (2)nd Ken! How cute are they!
  2. Starbucks drinks: This one is super easy to do! All you need is black tights, a black shirt, a white lace dress, some Starbucks cups, brown booties, and some paper to make the labels!
  3. The dancing girls emoji: This one is also really easy to remake. All you need is a black long-sleeved leotard, tights, some black slip on shoes, and big black bows! I love this costume, it is so simple but totally adorable! It is also great for a last-minute costume because it doesn’t have many parts to it.

Wear your costumes with pride! You will be the envy of every Halloween party, everyone will wish they were as creative as you, plus they’ll be jealous that you have such a stinkin’ awesome BFF that will dress up crazy with you. 😉

XOXO, Chels 

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Ways to be Festive Without Dressing Up for Halloween

Hi Insiders!                 Halloween is just around the corner!  It’s such a festive time of the year when you can dress up for a night and not be yourself.  Costumes…

Hi Insiders!

                Halloween is just around the corner!  It’s such a festive time of the year when you can dress up for a night and not be yourself.  Costumes can be expensive, time consuming, and some people don’t like to dress up; so what if you want to engage in the Halloween festivities, but don’t want to wear a costume?  I’ve got a few ideas for you to still get in the Halloween spirit without fully dressing up! Chelsea Crockett- ghost sweatshirt

                Try hitting up a store like Forever21 or even a thrift shop and searching for a graphic tee or sweatshirt with a cute pumpkin, ghost, or black cat.  Try wearing an over-sized sweatshirt with leggings and boots or a graphic tee with your favorite pair of jeans! Style it like you normally would and you’re good to go!  Another simple Halloween statement piece you could wear is a spooky pair of leggings.  Find a crazy pair with skeleton bones or tiger stripes on them.  Throw on a solid colored tee and you’ve got yourself a subtle, yet stylish costume!

                Another festive way to get ready for Halloween is with Halloween colors!  If you don’t want to wear something affiliated with Halloween try wearing orange, black or purple.  This way, you’ll be sporting the holiday colors without having to dress up!  Halloween isn’t all about dressing up, but it is part of the fun.  Don’t forget these simple tips for being festive without actually wearing a costume!

Happy Halloween!

                Chelsea    

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Make the Most of This Year’s Halloween!

Hi Insiders!             Halloween is such a fun time of the year.  It’s the one day you can dress up as anything you want and not act yourself for a…

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            Halloween is such a fun time of the year.  It’s the one day you can dress up as anything you want and not act yourself for a day.  So what do you do when you’re too old to Trick-or-Treat?  I’ve got a few fun Halloween ideas to keep the evening as exciting as it as when you were a kid!Chelsea Crockett- bonfire

            Have all of your friends over for a bonfire.  Instead of dressing up in your own costume, create a themed bonfire.  Have everyone show up in their wackiest pajamas or as their favorite Disney character.  Complete your bonfire with s’mores, spooky music, and ghost stories.  Put plenty of blankets outside, so everyone can cuddle up and enjoy the night out by the fire.

            If you’re looking for a lazier night with a few friends, give your parents the night off and watch scary movies and hand out candy to the neighborhood children.  Although you’ll be staying indoors, you’ll still be in the Halloween spirit!

            If you’re planning on going all out this year, invite all of your friends over for a Halloween bash!  Clear out your basement, have all of your friends dress up, and dance the night away.  Be sure to provide plenty of crazy Halloween Chelsea Crockett- Halloween donutssnacks, like donut eyeballs (donut holes with red goo as the veins and a blue M&M as the iris) and a long music playlist.  You could even set up a station to make your own caramel apples.  Be creative with your party!

Happy Halloween!

            Chelsea     

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