Gallery: VOTE for Green Halloween Costume Winners


HAPPY HALLOWEEN Inhabitat readers!

We hope you’re having a great autumn weekend. We want to extend a big thank you to all of those crafty readers who took a moment to enter our contest and send pics of their green halloween costume. There were lots of really creative and inspired costumes, and now we want you help in picking a winner! Please vote on the costumes below, and we will use your votes to decide who wins our illustrious green gadget prizes. And if you want to see more of the clever costumes that were submitted to us, check out our Green Halloween Gallery here >

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Gallery: ANNOUNCING: Green Halloween Costume Contest!


Halloween is tomorrow and we can’t wait to see the incredible costumes that you’ve cooked up, so don’t forget to participate in our annual Green Halloween costume contest! And if you have little ones (or like looking at pics of cute little ones in green halloween costumes), check out the Inhabitots Green Halloween contest for kids >.

Halloween is one of our favorite holidays of the year, and one of the best parts of Halloween is seeing people get creative and resourceful with their costumes. Anyone can buy a plastic / spandex costume at a drugstore, but not only is that boring and generic — it is the opposite of environmentally friendly. We encourage you all to get inspired and resourceful this year and go green with your Halloween costumes! This could mean cobbling together a great DIY idea from items you already have around your house, or picking up some old items at the local charity shop to create your costume.

Enter your Green Halloween costume today!

Inhabitots Green Halloween contest for kids >

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  1. sikantis October 30, 2008 at 6:34 pm

    Wow, I just enjoyed the pictures! Great.

  2. candycane October 29, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    I have three daughters. In the past I have spent $70 for halloween costumes. When my husband and I started looking at where waisted money was going so we started making their costumes. I take the girls to the library and I find how-to costume books two months before halloween and I let them choose which one they want to be. All the costumes are easy to make and use items that are to be recycled like, boxes, stryrofoam, bubble wrap, and anything. We have rubbed off on some of the parents in our community and our local costume contest has gotten more competative since I started tell them how little all of their costumes cost. Love the prizes in your contest and love your website.

  3. sustainlane October 29, 2008 at 5:42 pm

    This won\’t win you any awards, but if you need something for the kids for halloween, Reenita posted a great article on how to create a Green Monster Mask for Halloween

  4. hunnyv October 28, 2008 at 7:00 am

    This is great to have on hand, not only for Halloween but also when the power goes out. My kids totally freak out to the darkness. We have street lights that keep our place lit up at night so the kids are not used to total darkness in the home. And let’s face it, people are bad about keeping batteries on hand, right?

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  5. jenny9675309b October 24, 2008 at 9:32 pm

    wow i love to try and win this it would realy come in hand not just for halloween but for when you could use a lite thanks

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