Halloween Costume Ideas for Notebook Aficionados
Let nothing get between you and your favorite Rhodia Notebook
Figured out your Halloween costume yet?
Have you figured out your Halloween costume yet? Did you jot down some
ideas in a notebook, or perhaps even sketch something in a notebook?
Better yet, are you going to dress up AS a notebook?
I've never actually created a notebook costume myself, but here's a
few ideas I've had for how to do it:
Old-fashioned spiral notebook costume:
I'd buy some thick, flexible aluminum wire at Home Depot. Then I'd
take two big pieces of cardboard and paint them to look like the front
and back cover of a notebook. Punch holes on one side and loop the
wire through, forming it into the spiral binding. Then make some kidn
of shoulder straps so you can wear it! You could also paint your face
white with blue lines to look like lined paper.
Composition book Costume:
I'd find an old black t-shirt and speckle white paint on it to look
like the classic marbled composition book. Then use a piece of white
paper or cardboard to make the rectangular white label in the middle
that says "Composition Book" and tape that to my chest.
Again, you'd have to dress all in black. You could add a white stripe
running across your shoulders and down one side to represent the white
edge of the pages. Get some kind of thick black ribbon and attach it
to one shoulder for your ribbon marker. If you really want to get
elaborate, make a black "cover" out of cardboard (or even better, a
piece of black PVC!) that you can open up, and then on the inside add
the lines where you write your name and the "if lost" reward. Then
figure out some way to emboss the word Moleskine on your butt!
Rhodia's Famous Halloween Black & Orange
Of course, the best notebook for any Halloween usage is Rhodia: that
orange and black color scheme is perfect!
Please share your own Halloween notebook ideas in the comments! (Use a
notebook for logging all the candy you collect, perhaps!?)
Blog post by guest blogger Nifty. You can follow her notebook adventures at notebookstories.com
P.S. how about a partner dressing up as a pencil and the kids as a classic eraser or crayon?
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