Bella: Millennial Witch
Materials: Yoga pants, booties, starbucks cup, blouse, jacket with a hood, fidget spinner, sticks, paper.
Step 1- Buy Starbucks
Step 2- Get all of the things on the table
Step 3- Use the sticks to make a broom
Step 4- Make the nose with the paper by folding a triangle piece of paper and glue it
Step 5- Dress in your costume and have a fun halloween!
Will: Pumpkin Spice Latte
Materials: 3 pieces of poster board, foam board, brown wrapping paper, print out Starbucks logo, beanie, white duct tape, stuffing, scotch tape, hot glue gun, brown straps, and cardboard.
Step 1- Roll 2 pieces of poster board together so that it can comfortably fit around your body with room to spare.
Step 2- Tape the sheets of poster board together with white duct tape.
Step 3- Accordion fold the brown wrapping paper and tape it around the poster board tube (cup).
Step 4- Take the print out Starbucks logo and tape it to the “coffee holder”
Step 5- Take 6 pieces of yarn and measure them out so that they fit over your shoulders. Braid the pieces of yarn together and sandwich the length of braided yarn between 2 small pieces of cardboard (use hot glue to make yarn/cardboard sandwich), and then duct tape the pieces of cardboard to the inside of the poster board. X4
Step 6- Cut a circle out of the foam board.
Step 7- Cut the 3rd piece of poster board into 4th’s lengthwise and then take 3 of the four strips of poster board and tape them onto the circle of foam board to create the lid.
Step 8- Hot glue the beanie to the inside of the lid to make it able to put on your head just like a hat.
Step 9- ENJOY!!!
Maggie: Rainbow Unicorn
Materials: White hooded onesie or hoodie and pants, rainbow yarn, glitter, styrofoam horn shape, super glue, gold paint.
Step 1: Take your styrofoam horn and your gold paint and paint the horn (You may need multiple coats of paint).
Step 2: Take your rainbow yarn and cut it into a bunch of strings about 1 foot long strings
Step 3: Bunch the strings together and glue them onto your hoodie for a mane
Step 4: Glue on your old horn on the front of the hood
Step 5: Add anything extra you want and ENJOY!
Story by Bella Baker, Will Euler, and Maggie Coston