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These 75 Christmas Costumes Will Help You Sleigh This Holiday Season

These 75 Christmas Costumes Will Help You Sleigh This Holiday Season

It's the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas is one of the most popular holidays to celebrate. You can give and receive presents, share a family meal, make memorable greeting cards and family photos, and celebrate several other traditions too. There are also plenty of ways to include Christmas costumes with the rest of your holiday cheer, whether you're keeping the Santa tradition alive for another year or you're planning to do a live nativity. Check out these 75 Xmas costumes and you just might find something for a new family tradition!

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Be a Queen of the Screams With These Scary Women's Costumes

Be A Queen Of The Screams With These Scary Women's Costumes

Let’s face it: not every woman wants to be sexy or funny for Halloween. We’re here for ladies like you that enjoy looking scary for Halloween. (That was the tradition, after all!) Bring out the scary decor, spooky haunted house soundtracks and check out these scary women’s costumes. We hope you get some frightful new inspiration for Halloween!

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Pop Culture Pumpkins for 2018 [Printables]

Pop Culture Pumpkins for 2018

Halloween is one of the best holidays for families. (We're definitely not biased.) What other holiday lends itself to spooky corn mazes, haunted hayrides and tours through haunted houses? What holiday encourages entire families to coordinate costumes together so they have the most amazing group costume on the block? And finally, what holiday encourages families to slice open pumpkins, dig out their guts, carve them up and stick lights in them overnight? You should only have been able to answer "Halloween" for all of these questions. Pumpkin carving is an activity that many people take quite seriously every year, but it's not always easy to decide what to carve! We put together this handy pack of free printable pop culture pumpkin stencils that are sure to impress the neighbors!

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50 States of Halloween: Surprising Searches for Halloween Costumes [Infographic]

50 States of Halloween: Surprising Searches for Halloween Costumes

The data is in. We’ve analyzed all the searches on HalloweenCostumes.com (that’s us!) and we’re able to project the top costumes of the year. But we also found some surprising searches that stood out from the rest. South Dakota and Wyoming really love their mummies, for example. (Who doesn’t?) And Montana is really into dinosaurs and Princess Peach. (That’s legit.) Keep in mind that these may not be the trending costumes in each state, just searches that were disproportionately higher than the national average. Check out our map of surprising Halloween costume searches below!

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Bunny Costumes and More Easter Dress Up Ideas

Bunny Costumes and Easter Dress Up

Everyone loves the Easter Bunny. Much like Santa Claus in December, you can find find photo opportunities in malls across America for kids to meet and greet the Easter rabbit himself. If you're a parent who brings your kids for an annual visit with the Easter bunny, wouldn't it be more exciting if you were in that bunny rabbit costume instead of some stranger? If you’re planning on some fun for the family this Easter, nothing adds more fun than dressing up! We’re not talking about putting on your Sunday best as you head out to Easter worship, but putting on an bunny costume and getting your hop on.

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Quick and Easy Purim Costume Ideas

Quick and Easy Purim Costume Ideas

Getting ready for Purim, but don't have a costume picked out yet? We've put together some of this year's most popular costumes to help narrow your choices down to several easy costume ideas! This year, Purim will begin the evening of Wednesday, February 28 and will end during the evening of Thursday, March 1. Traditions include participating in the three-day Fast of Esther, reading the Megillah (Book of Esther) aloud, giving gifts to the poor, dressing in costumes (our favorite part!), and throwing festivals full...

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