Go green on Halloween

October 13, 2008 4:17:07 PM PDT
Editor of LilSugar.com, Heather Madden, has some easy and affordable green costume ideas.

For costume Ideas you can make at home, including the cardboard box airplane costume featured in this segment, visit: http://www.lilsugar.com/tags/ecoween.

Other ways to have an Ecoween:

Costume Swap Party:
This prior-to Halloween party is costume required and allows children to swap their old costume for one that is "new-to-them" from another guest. Send out recycled invitations, bob for organic apples and make it a ghoulish good time.

Combating Halloween's Carbon Footprint:
Leave the car at home and trick-or-treat locally on foot, pushing babies in strollers or pulling them in wagons. Beyond getting exercise, you'll teach your tots a valuable lesson in respecting Mother Earth.

About LilSugar.com
Delivering everything from parenting tips to celebrity baby news, lilsugar is the place to take a time-out and catch up on the latest toy trends, mama dramas, baby books and shared secrets. Lil's "Why Didn't Anyone Tell Me" features secrets you can only get from your best girlfriends about pregnancy and beyond, while "Lil Tips" provides helpful hinds and useful advice for busy moms.

Sugar Inc. is an online media network focused on creating the richest, most relevant online community for trendsetting, passionate and smart women.

The company owns and operates ShopStyle, Coutorture Media and the Sugar Network, which includes the insanely addictive flagship website, PopSugar as well as BellaSugar, BuzzSugar, YumSugar, FitSugar, GeekSugar, GiggleSugar, LilSugar, CasaSugar, SavvySugar, CitizenSugar, DearSugar, PopSugar UK, FabSugar UK, ShopStyle UK, TeamSugar and FabSugar, the 2007 People's Choice Webby winner for Fashion. Founded in April 2006, the San Francisco based Sugar Inc. overall receives over 8 million unique visitors a month.

About Heather Madden, editor of LilSugar.com
A fifth generation native San Franciscan, Heather is raising her two children - Sicily, 4 and Asher, 1 in the city by the bay. Having a baby changes your life, but in Heather's case it also changed her career. After working for the San Francisco Chronicle for seven years she left her post as a reporter for the Style section and SF Gate's parenting blog, The Poop to become the Editor of lilsugar. When she's not toting her tots around town, she's testing out toys, checking out all the mommy must haves and keeping tabs on the Jolie-Pitt kids.
Website: http://www.lilsugar.com


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