Halloween is here! Costumes are definitely the biggest part of Halloween and whether you’re a professional costume purchaser or a seasoned DIYer, these free printable Halloween costumes are guaranteed to please!
Skip bobbing for apples and give the kids something extra fun to do this Halloween by creating their own Halloween costumes for their HEXBUGs! Choose from 5 awesome costumes to dress up your Spider, BattleBot, or any other HEXBUG toy! Costumes include the Witch, the King and Queen, the Black Cat, and the Ninja!
- Card Stock
- Scotch Tape
- Stick glue
- Printed Halloween Costumes
Step 1: Load your printer with card stock paper
Step 2: Download and print the Halloween Costumes PDF
Step 3: Choose a costume and follow its instructions
Step 4: Cut out the cone and fold along the dotted line.
Step 5: Cover the white area outlined by the dotted line with stick glue. Tuck it underneath the other side so the shape forms a cone.
Step 6: Cut out the base. Take two pieces of tape and place them on opposite sides inside of the cove. Fold the ends and place the cone directly on the dotted circle of the base.
Step 7: Cut out the broom. Fold along the dotted line glue the blank sides of the two brooms together.
The Royal King or Queen
Step 4: Cut out the yellow crown. Add stick glue along the dotted line tab. Attach the tab to the opposite side of the crown so that the tab is glued to the inside of the crown. Repeat for the grey crown.
Step 5: Cut out the yellow scepter. Cut along the dotted line and use stick glue to glue the two blank sides together. Repeat for the grey scepter.
The Black Cat
Step 4: Cut out the ears and fold each one along the dotted line. Use the stick glue to glue the front and back of the ears together. Do the same for the cat tail.
Step 5: Cut out the nose and whiskers. Use scotch tape to attach the pieces to your mechanical bug.
The Stealthy Ninja
Step 4: Cut out the Ninja tails and fold them along the dotted line. Glue the insides together so that the two tails form the front and back.
Step 5: Cut out the mask and glue the tail to the inside of the knot at the end of the mask (glue at an angle for a more dramatic effect.)
Step 6: Wrap the mask around your mechanical and tape the ends together with the knot end facing outward.
Step 7: Cut out the stars and tape them to your mechanical.