Ten Literary Halloween costumes! {#5}

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Welcome to my 5th Top Ten Tuesday.  If you missed last weeks click here. {Ten Wishes I’d Ask The Book Genie To Grant Me!}

Ten Literary Halloween costumes!
See any costumes you like? Any you might try out?

Twilight 

 

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Mary Poppins

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Angelina Ballerina

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Cruella De Vil from One Hundred and One Dalmations 
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101 Dalmatians

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Alice in Wonderland

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When David and Neil wore these outfits and looked completely flawless together: | 27 Times In 2013 Neil Patrick Harris' Family Was Cuter Than Yours:  
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Sherlock Holmes

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15 book character Halloween costumes for teachers: Madeline Halloween Costume:  
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Madeline

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Harry Potter Character Costume 
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

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Neil Patrick Harris and his family are the cutest Wizard of Oz characters EVER:  
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The wizard of oz

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23 thoughts on “Ten Literary Halloween costumes! {#5}

    1. Thanks! Cruella is so adorable. I wish my kids were little so I could do that to them.
      They’re teens so they don’t let me dress them up.

  1. I love that picture of Neil Patrick Harris as Sherlock! And if I ever actually dress up for Halloween again, I just might have to do a Harry Potter inspired costume!

  2. Ok, I LOVE your post! I adore the Mary Poppins one, that’s definitely my favourite. However, I also have a soft spot for the Hagrid and Potter kids one 😛 nothing like a bit o’ Hogwarts!
    Amy x

  3. These are awesome. We don’t do Halloween much here in Australia. We did it a little bit when my boys were younger and wanted to wear their superhero outfits. Now all they’d be willing to wear in the football uniforms 🙂

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