Smurf Costume

Are you smurftastic? Smurfalicious? Adults and kids alike will appreciate our impressive line of Smurf costumes and accessories. Whether you are an adult in the market for a Papa Smurf costume, or a parent seeking the ideal Smurf outfit for your child, you will find all that you need. Smurfs are known for their blue faces and floppy white hats and you will find the masks and accessories you need here. Don't forget to add some props such as flowers and wigs for the best results.

The Smurfs-Smurf Child Costume
Retail Price: $42.00
Sale Price: $31.55

The Smurfs-Smurf Infant/Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $36.00
Sale Price: $27.05

The Smurfs - Papa Smurf Adult Costume
Retail Price: $63.00
Sale Price: $47.33

The Smurfs - Smurfette Adult Costume
Retail Price: $63.00
Sale Price: $47.33

The Smurfs-Smurfette Infant/Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $36.00
Sale Price: $27.05

The Smurfs - Smurf Adult Costume
Retail Price: $63.00
Sale Price: $47.33

The Smurfs - Deluxe Smurf Plus Adult Costume
Retail Price: $78.00
Sale Price: $58.58

The Smurfs-Gargamel Infant/Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $33.00
Sale Price: $24.78

The Smurfs-Papa Smurf Infant/Toddler Costume
Retail Price: $36.00
Sale Price: $27.05

The Smurfs-Smurf Bunting Costume
Retail Price: $27.00
Sale Price: $20.28

The Smurfs-Smurfette Child Costume
Retail Price: $42.00
Sale Price: $31.55

The Smurfs-Papa Smurf Child Costume
Retail Price: $42.00
Sale Price: $31.55

The Smurfs - Deluxe Smurf Adult Costume
Retail Price: $83.00
Sale Price: $61.97

What a way to start the day. Everyone on the playground is dissing you. However all of a sudden, you step into a black sedan and make an appearance being dressed in the right costume. Now you're on easy street. Halloween is that unique evening to make your desires come true, and donning a perfect costume is an ideal way to make that happen.

It is definitely worth the time and effort to look for just the perfect Halloween halloween outfit. With a Smurfs-Gargamel outfit, you're bound to turn heads. Leap right into a different existence with a Smurfs-Papa Smurf costume.

Your heart is beating fast, your mind spinning, you're filled up with anticipation as Halloween is coming soon. Exactly what are you intending to dress yourself in? Do you want to let yourself live life on the wild side with the hot rockin' party collections? There is one for each occasion and one for each mood. what are you waiting for? Do away with ordinary Jane and add some pizazz to your costume with some Thin Makeup Crayons, a Smurfette Wig, or a Pumpkin Basket.

Did You Know?

  • Smurf: The Smurfs were invented as a result of a silly conversation over dinner. Pierre Culliford, a Belgian artist known as Peyo, was dining with a friend when he had one of those momentary lapses of vocabulary _ he couldn't remember the word for _saltš and asked his friend to pass the _schtroumpf.š Mocking him, his friend responded with, _Here's the schtroumpf. When you are done schtroumpfing, schtroumpf it back.š This sparked an idea, and _les Schtroumpfsš were born in comic strip form shortly thereafter.
  • Smurf: There are some Smurfs from the original comics that never made it to the cartoon. These include Alchemist Smurf, Timid Smurf, Enamored Smurf, Finance, Mango Smurf, Lumberjack Smurf, Pastrycook Smurf, Submariner Smurf and Navigator Smurf.
  • Smurf: The Smurfs Started the Zombie Genre In 1963, six years before George Romero filmed Night of the Living Dead, Peyo introduced a Smurfs storyline called Les Schtroumpfs Noirs, or "The Black Smurfs". In it, a Smurf is bit by an unusual stinging insect which spreads a virulent disease that turns its victims into angry, insane black creatures that hop around shouting "GNAP!" while also mindlessly trying to bite every smurf in sight to spread the plague.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Macaroni and Cheese - One person wears a cheese hat and the other person wears a sweat suit with macaroni noodles super-glued all over it.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Baseball Card - Look for a poster of a baseball player (the face needs to be approximately the size of your face). Paste it to a substantial bit of cardboard and slash an opening for your face to stick through. Fix straps so it hangs over your shoulders. Include your name and a team name. If you like you can include another bit of cardboard to your back with statistics.
  • Halloween Trivia: The black kitten has more often than not been associated with witches. It had been thought that the witch might possibly form change into a cat. Other folks thought the cats were the spirit of the deceased.
  • Halloween Trivia: Once the Irish migrated to U.S.A., they discovered pumpkins ample and better suited as lanterns. Other migrant people added their unique heritage too.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Anchormen - Dress as Ron Burgundy, and so on. Inside the film "Anchorman," Every person needs to dress in 70's business suits, with big lapels, flared pant legs, etc.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Dead Bride and Groom - She dresses up in an aged wedding dress with "Just Got Married" cans wrapped round her neck, and he is wearing an outdated tuxedo along with a knife sticking through him.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Avon Lady - Fill a duffle bag with out of date Avon catalogs, makeup, perfume, etcetera. Wear heaps of makeup, 50s-style hair plus a dress. Go round spraying people and your cheap perfume.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Almond Joy and Mounds Bar - The man is the Almond Joy and the woman is the Mounds Bar (you know how the jingle goes). To make each costume, choose cloth (azure for Almond Joy and Scarlet for Mounds) to make tunics that fit over your bodies. Then put a width of light cloth down the front, with a smaller stripe (scarlet for Almond Joy and bluish for Mounds) on the left. Get charcoal felt to spell out the candy name (copy inside the candy bar wrapper). Add the "Peter Paul" logos and you are done!
  • DIY Costume Idea: Circus Performers - Clowns, ring master, lion tamer, acrobats, etc.
  • Halloween Trivia: Illinois created some 429 million pounds (195 million kilos) of pumpkins in 2009, despite the fact that California in addition to Ohio both created no less than one hundred million pounds (45 million kilos) in accordance with the U.S.A. Division of Agriculture.
  • DIY Costume Idea: Busted - wear a jail outfit (either an orange jumpsuit, or dark-colored and white-colored candy striped pajamas). If you wish, make it sexy by tailoring it to be extra-tight, low-cut, and so forth. Label the term "BUSTED" on the back in big letters. Now, stuff your bra as much as possible, and show as much cleavage as you can!

You'll find innumerable costumes for both adults and kids for you to choose from, in various sizes and themes. Oh, and today's showcased party ensembles are: a Smurfs-Smurfette ensemble and a Smurfs-Smurf Bunting outfit. Have a blast!