Going again back in time, to Purim 2013. Purim is kind of like the Jewish Halloween. We celebrate it around February-March every year, and like Halloween, it also involves costumes and candies... So two weeks before Purim, I realized the holiday is almost here, and we still haven't decided on costumes for the kids (and I have 3 kids this year!).
So I asked the kids what do they want to be this year and Big-Boy said "nature"...
Me (trying to cooperate): "Wow, that's a great idea... But how exactly are we going to do it?..."
Big-Boy: "What's the problem? We'll just glue some leaves and flowers"
So it wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be. I used a hot glue gun to glue felt flowers and leaves to green clothes, then sewed lightly a few stuffed animals. Together with necklaces made of punched flowers and butterflies and floral head garland we created a look of a real nature son, although he still had to explain it to everyone (lead guesses - Jungle Boy, tree and forest).
The girl decided to be a half-boy-half-girl. Perfect for her unique character. It actually was a very simple costume. I didn't sew or glue anything, just used safety pins to attach her clothes with the Big-Boy's. Then we just needed some hair and make-up job, and she was ready to go.
To the baby I made a costume I found on Pinterest
I used my hot glue gun to glue red felt stripes and letters on a white piece of felt. For the hat I glues (real) popcorn on a simple baby hat (Just imagine walking around a whole day with this popcorn smell right under your nose...). This is my version: