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This page is updated regularly to coincide with the most recent EcoConsumer/KOMO4 News appearance. Visit the products archive to learn about products and resources featured on past appearances.

Note: Because of time constraints, some of the products and resources listed here may be shown on the air only very briefly, or not at all. Many of the following links lead to external sites.

Recycled Costume Ideas

Air date: Oct. 28, 2014

This annual segment provides recycled and reused Halloween costume ideas, modeled by local children. For this year’s segment, many thanks go out to the students, parents and teachers from the José Martí Child Development Center (PDF, external) after-school program at El Centro de la Raza in Seattle – children in the program helped make most of the costumes, and will model them. These costumes will also be featured on the KUNS TV Spanish-language newscast, and we are also providing this resource info in Spanish below. Because our regular EcoConsumer segments focus on the environment, this year our costume theme is plants and animals.

Inspiration for owl costume, from Alpha Mom

http://alphamom.com/family-fun/holidays/last-minute-kids-owl-costume

Inspiration for flower pot costume, from Dukes & Duchesses

http://dukesandduchesses.com/2012/10/a-flower-pot-costume

Inspiration for parrot costume, from Instructables

http://www.instructables.com/id/Makedo-Parrot-Costume-Wearable-Bird-Wings-and-Par/?ALLSTEPS

Inspiration for giraffe costume, from All You

http://www.allyou.com/budget-home/crafts/diy-halloween-costumes-giraffe

Inspiration for tree costume, from Alpha Mom

http://alphamom.com/family-fun/holidays/no-sew-leaf-girl-fairy-costume

Inspiration for bluebird costume, from Pretty Prudent

http://prudentbaby.com/2011/10/baby-kid/bluebird-costume-tutorial-2

Ideas para disfraces hechos de materiales reciclados

Fecha de emisión: 28 de octubre 2014

Este segmento anual proporciona ideas para disfraces de Halloween hechos con materiales reciclados o reusados y modelados por los niños de nuestra comunidad. Les agradecemos a los estudiantes, padres de familia y profesores del Centro de Desarrollo Infantil José Martí (PDF, external) y el programa después de la escuela del El Centro de la Raza en Seattle por su colaboración. Los niños de este programa ayudaron con la creación de la mayoría de los disfraces que van a modelar. Estos trajes también serán presentados en el noticiero local de Univisión Seattle – KUNS TV, por lo tanto, estamos proporcionando información y recursos en español. Ya que nuestros segmentos regulares de EcoConsumer se enfocan en el tema ambiental, este año nuestro tema para los disfraces son las plantas y los animales.

Inspiración para el traje de búho: Alpha Mom

http://alphamom.com/family-fun/holidays/last-minute-kids-owl-costume

Inspiración para la maceta de flores: Dukes & Duchesses

http://dukesandduchesses.com/2012/10/a-flower-pot-costume

Inspiración para el traje de la guacamaya: Instructables

http://www.instructables.com/id/Makedo-Parrot-Costume-Wearable-Bird-Wings-and-Par/?ALLSTEPS

Inspiración para el disfraz de jirafa: All You

http://www.allyou.com/budget-home/crafts/diy-halloween-costumes-giraffe

Inspiración para el disfraz del árbol y bosque: Alpha Mom

http://alphamom.com/family-fun/holidays/no-sew-leaf-girl-fairy-costume

Inspiración para el disfraz del pájaro azul: Pretty Prudent

http://prudentbaby.com/2011/10/baby-kid/bluebird-costume-tutorial-2

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Updated: Oct. 27, 2014


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