Have a green Halloween!

UH Office of Sustainability

Every year Halloween comes around and we can’t wait to start getting our costumes ready! It’s fun decor, candy, good food, costumes, and TONS of scary movies! However, festivities can come with a hefty price tag. They don’t have to though!
There are many things you can create by spending very little or simply searching through your closet. You’ll be surprised at the convincing decorations, costumes and food you can come up with!
Costumes
Depending on how elaborate your costume is, you can easily spend $25 -$200+ on materials. While buying a full costume can be quick and easy, it’s not nearly as fun as making your own!  Plus, it’s an original. Check out this Mad Hatter costume that UH garden assistant Angelika Fuller recently created:
  • Hat (cardboard, paperboard and an old t-shirt)
  • Boots (already had)
  • Pants and suit jacket – purchased from Salvation Army (spray painted stripes on the…

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