10 Halloween Costume Ideas for Catholic School Girls

I love the idea of dressing up my children in costumes that are a reflection of their faith and creativity. So today I have put together 10 Halloween Costume Ideas for Catholic School Girls.

1) Jesus: This is a great costume that is simple and easy to make. All you need is a white sheet and some twine to make a simple robe. You can also use sandals if you have them.

2) Mary: This is another great costume idea that can be created by using a blue sheet, white veil, and some simple flowers in your hair. You could also add wings to this costume to give it a heavenly look too!

3) St. Francis: Another great costume is using a brown robe and adding some rope as well as carrying around a small wooden cross or stuffed animal.

4) St. Therese: To create this costume, you will need an old wedding dress or any flowing white gown, pink sash, and headband with fabric roses on it.

5) St. Joseph: To create this costume all you will need is robes and some sandals as well as a walking stick or staff if you wish.

6) Angel: Angels are always fun for kids to dress up as! All

Chances are if you’re a Catholic school girl, you have no shortage of plaid skirts and Mary Janes. But this Halloween, instead of dressing up as a cheerleader or vampire (boring), try one of these costumes that will make your friends say, “That’s sacrilegious.”

1. Show your love for Pope Benedict with this fun costume! The Pope Mobile is sure to make you the hit of any party.

2. Ask your mom for an old pair of pantyhose and cut two holes in them for your eyes. Now you’re a veggie nun!

3. Wear a nun shirt with a mask and carry around a ruler all night long. When kids ask what you’re supposed to be, tell them it’s the ghost of Sister Mary Margaret and the ruler is to keep you from hitting people.

4. This costume will really bring the house down! If you don’t have time to buy one online, get some cardboard boxes and draw on the red stripes yourself. And don’t forget the cross!

5. This sexy twist on a classic is sure to be a hit at any party. Bonus: You can always use it as an excuse not to go all the way!

6. This easy

Halloween is right around the corner, and if you’re like me, you’re probably freaking out every year about what to wear. But it’s a little bit harder to pick out an appropriate costume when you have to wear it to school the next day. Here are some cute ideas to make All Hallows Eve fun, while still being respectful of our Catholic school dress code.

Dress as a character from a book! The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz…or even a Bible character such as Queen Esther or Mary Magdalene. Simply put on your favorite dress and have fun with the accessories. If you’re feeling extra creative, carry around a prop that has something to do with your character!

What do you wear to your kids’ Halloween costume parade at school if your kids go to a Catholic school, and you want to be respectful of the holiday without being lame?

1. Your child can dress up as an angel! This is always appropriate! If they’re in first grade, they can even pretend to be a guardian angel watching over their older siblings who are dressing up like vampires and zombies.

2. Or your kids could be saints! You should probably go with well-known ones like Saint Francis or Saint Anne (if you’re looking for a group costume idea, you could dress up as the Blessed Trinity).

3. There’s also the nativity scene – Joseph and Mary could have some friends over for a party (these are our costumes from last year).

4. We all know that Jesus loves children – so why not have them dress up as children? And Jesus loves all kinds of children – here’s an idea for a Jewish kid and Jesus.

5. If your family is into gymnastics or acrobatics, they could dress up like Mary and Joseph on their way to Bethlehem, complete with donkey.

6. Another idea: instead of going as the three wise men who visited baby Jesus, your kids could be the three

Nun costume is one of the most famous Halloween costumes. However, it gets a little tedious to see the same people do this costume and it is not very creative at all.

So, we have come up with some alternative options for you to try! These costumes will look awesome, but the best thing about them is that they are so easy.

The Pope Costume: He might not be the most fashionable man in the world (his choice of shoes could be better), but he is definitely one of the most recognizable figures of all time. Here’s how you can get this look:

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There’s something very special about dressing up as a nun. I asked my friend, who was once a nun, what she thought. She said that if you are not Catholic, you do not understand the power of the nun’s habit! It is a sign of authority and respect.

I will never forget when I saw an entire family dressed in full nun habits. The father was in a white habit with black veil, the mother in a blue habit, and the two young daughters were in baby blue habits with their hair in two little buns on either side of their heads!

The look was so cute that they made the front page of our local paper!

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