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food related fancy dress?!

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izzybiz Mon 04-Feb-13 18:42:55

Dd has to go to school Friday dressed as some sort of food item!
Im stuck.
Any easy ideas please, all ideas welcome, must be easy and cheap to make!

Hidinginthewoods Mon 04-Feb-13 18:49:57

I've always wanted to do the 'bunch of grapes' so very envy
Pop her in green/purple leggings & t-shirt & blow up lots of balloons smallish & tie around her... voila a bunch of grapes untill her fellow classmates pop her that is

DialsMavis Sat 16-Feb-13 23:25:20

I came on to suggest grapes too smile

mamababa Sat 16-Feb-13 23:27:10

I was a bunch of grapes as a child it was ace although tricky to sit down grin

mamababa Sat 16-Feb-13 23:28:43

Lots of piece of cream wool or string stitched to a top so she can be a bowl of spaghetti?

NTMummy059 Sat 27-Apr-13 13:22:07

I went dressed as popcorn to a circus theme fancy dress party once!

Wore a red and white stripy dress.. Then asked kfc for an unused small popcorn chicken box.. Which i covered in red and white stripy wrapping paper and filled with popcorn (i used lots of pva glue to make sure popcorn stayed!) then i threaded an Alice band through the bottom of box.
Whole outfit cost about £10!

Sparklymommy Sat 04-May-13 21:40:45

We've done the bunch of grapes with my son.

Also done a bag of sweets (dd wore a unitard which we sewed Velcro too and made "sweets" out of different shaped boxes, wrapped in pretty papers. Stuck Velcro on them and added to the unitard. Then we wrapped cellophane from the florist from the neck to the knees to make the bag. Voila a bag of sweets).

Berty basset. A wedding cake, all ones we've done.

Another one we've looked at Is a picnic. Cut a hole in the centre of a paper table cloth to put over child's head and stick paper plates, plastic food, paper cups to it.

MooseBeTimeForSpring Sat 04-May-13 21:45:08

Could you do a sushi roll? Dark green paper tube. Stuff with polystyrene chips and some coloured chunks of polystyrene round the neck to look like fish, cucumber etc?

TheSecondComing Sat 04-May-13 21:47:46

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