I’ve always envied those talented trick-or-treaters who spend weeks designing, creating, stitching and primping their Halloween costumes.
I’m not one of them. I did make a costume for my son one year, but he refused to wear the parrot I had wired to his shoulder. He said it tickled.
This year I’m going straight to trickortreatforunicef.org, where I can dress my son up in all sorts of great costumes without a single complaint. In fact, he won’t even have to try them on. Check it out I think the beard suits him. Look I made my nephew one too
Announcing the first-ever Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Costume Party, where you can join the 2011 Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Ambassador Heidi Klum (as well as me and my son) in donning digital designs that also support UNICEF and kids around the world.
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is an annual tradition that has raised over $164 million dollars to help children get the health care, clean water and education opportunities that we have here at home. It’s a great way to teach your own kids about the challenges that children in other parts of the world face and to empower them to make a difference.
This year’s online costume party is just one of the many ways you can be part of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. But if you are short on face paint and fake blood, it is one of the best ways!
Send your trick-or-treaters over for some great costumes. They can design, donate and share their creations and help us kick off a full month of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.