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Kids’ Beach Basics Up to 40% Off!

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Kowabunga! Summer’s in full swing and that means one thing: It’s time for fun in the sun. So stock up on these beach bargains, currently available at Shop Parents for up to 40 percent off.

• Get them swimwear that features their favorite Disney characters, such as a pink polka-dotted Minnie Mouse two-piece or a rad pair of Toy Story swim trunks.

• Protect them from the sun’s rays with Banana Boat’s Natural Reflect Kid’s sunscreen and, for the little ones, a reversible canvas sun hat.

• Inspire their creativity (and a few kooky sand confections) with imaginative beach toys like Melissa & Doug’s Seaside Sidekicks Sand Baking Set and Happy Giddy Sand Toy Set.

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How to Save Money on Halloween Costumes for 2010

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Avatar Jake Sully Halloween costumeUh oh. Halloween’s around the corner and you still don’t have any Halloween costumes for your family.    

We love the affordable, easy, and do-it-yourself Halloween costume ideas available at Savers.com, the website for a national chain store that specializes in secondhand and gently-used clothes and accessories.

For parents who can’t make it to Savers locations to meet costume consultants, the website has printable costume and makeup tutorials on how to create unique, inexpenPrincess Halloween costumesive, and memorable Halloween looks for everyone from parents to pets. 

By following the simple costume shopping lists and step-by-step makeup instructions, the whole family can be transformed into popular characters from “Avatar,” “Toy Story 3,” or “Sesame Street.” There are also handy tutorials on creating annual Halloween costume favorites such as superheroes and princesses in addition to creating a Steampunk costume, a trend that combines elements of the Victorian era with science fiction.

For budget-conscious families, parents can still save money and time without sacrificing style and personality.  Plus, saving on Halloween costumes for 2010 will mean having enough on the side to plan for next year!

Get inspired by other Halloween costume ideas on Parents.com:

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