Halloween is done and over, and the question remains what to do with the costumes?
Thanks to Marshall’s and their recent Halloween costume inventory, we had quite a few costumes with little room to store and a princess/diva eager to continue her dress up escapades.
Before you prep for a costume swap next year which would be a great way to recycle and make new friends in your community. Why not let your little ones get some additional usage out of those costumes by creating a dress up area.
Creating this dress up area in Gia’s bedroom was so simple!
What you need:
A curtain rod
Gold Spray Paint or your color of preference
Pack of hangers
I never let the color of fixturing affect my purchase, I’d rather whip out my Gold spray paint, as we did with this curtain rod and spray it down. After letting it dry over night, the hubby hung it on the wall.
The mirror was a score! My husbands grandma purchased it at a garge sale, for under $5 and it was already Gold. We used the flat, huggable hangers all the same color , visual clutter overwhelms me.
The Dress Up Area took less than an hour to prepare (plus drying time for the spray paint to dry on the curtain rod). It honestly to longer to clean Gia’s bedroom to take these pictures, just keeping it real..