Make Roald Dahl Costumes that look great but won't take you all night!! Includes ideas that will only take you minutes to prepare for Roald Dahl Day or World Book day

Make Roald Dahl Costumes that look great but won't take you all night!! Includes ideas that will only take you minutes to prepare for Roald Dahl Day or World Book day

Astronaut helmet - Papier mache over a balloon, cut out face, embroidery hoop on bottom, white duct tape. (Author included a beanie inside to keep the helmet steady.)

Astronaut helmet - Papier mache over a balloon, cut out face, embroidery hoop on bottom, white duct tape. (Author included a beanie inside to keep the helmet steady.)

Here’s a quick and simple craft for kids that will add a little sparkling magic to your Halloween dress ups – a wizard’s wand! All you need ...

Here’s a quick and simple craft for kids that will add a little sparkling magic to your Halloween dress ups – a wizard’s wand! All you need ...

Looking for a good DIY World Book Day costume? Try this DIY Cat in the Hat costume including how to make your own Cat in the Hat top hat out of an old baked beans tin. An easy Dr Seuss costume that's perfect for World Book Day 2017!

Looking for a good DIY World Book Day costume? Try this DIY Cat in the Hat costume including how to make your own Cat in the Hat top hat out of an old baked beans tin. An easy Dr Seuss costume that's perfect for World Book Day 2017!

Want to create the perfect werewolf scratches? Check out this look from the Marina Ijichi from the Bury Benefit counter "Werewolf scratch" - Apply a thick coat of dare me lipstick onto the area with an angled brush. Then using the same type brush line it, just inside the shape, with the quick look busy shadow and blend it inwards. This helps give it a more raw flesh colour and gives it more depth. Finally use a concealer brush and boing concealer and sharpen and tidy up around the shape. xx

Want to create the perfect werewolf scratches? Check out this look from the Marina Ijichi from the Bury Benefit counter "Werewolf scratch" - Apply a thick coat of dare me lipstick onto the area with an angled brush. Then using the same type brush line it, just inside the shape, with the quick look busy shadow and blend it inwards. This helps give it a more raw flesh colour and gives it more depth. Finally use a concealer brush and boing concealer and sharpen and tidy up around the shape. xx

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