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    • Polar Bear Costume

      Budget Meals-41-2byv3jgo3l._aa300_.jpg Need a Nice WARM Costume Idea for Halloween this year? Be a Polar Bear!

      You'll need:

      1 White Heavy Sleeper with footies
      White Mittens
      Gray Felt
      White Hat (no pom pom)
      2 Black buttons or Black paint

      Alternatively, for an older child or adult, you could use white sweatpants & a white sweatshirt turned inside out (to give a "Fuzzy" appearance. Make a Bear Face on the hat, attach some ears (using a little bit of grey felt on the inside of the ears). For big paws, get the white furry craft felt from your favorite craft store, attach it to your sneakers to give the appearance of polar bear feet. Cut out 3 claws for each foot (use black felt) and attach them to each bear foot.

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