Best of Inhabitots: 7 Eco-Friendly DIY Halloween Costumes for Kids
+ What's sweeter than a pair of brothers dressed up as America's favorite breakfast?
+ April Halpern transformed old cardboard boxes into a portable stove, worn by a spooky chef who served up witch's blood tea, pirate-eye pie, and the Headless Horseman's heart (which lit up!)
+ This little girl is a living doll, dressed to look like the spitting image of a 1985 Cabbage Patch Kids doll that's still in the box. Her frock? Refashioned from her mom's baby blanket. + This cardboard monster truck is a zero-emissions ride, retooled from a toy wagon.
+ Meet the cutest little mailman in the country, complete with his own pint-size postal truck!
+ These twin darlings, decked out like adorable baby owls, definitely give a hoot.
+ Little Lady Liberty stands for freedom, justice, and the American way in a costume made from repurposed clothes and household items.
Find more boo-licious handmade Halloween costumes for kids over at the Inhabitots Green Halloween contest site and vote for your favorite!
Inhabitots is a website dedicated to green design for kids and babies. Written by a team of intrepid, design-conscious parents, we review eco-friendly, healthy, and sustainable toys, furniture, clothing, and gear. Follow us on Twitter @inhabitots and on Facebook.