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A bounty of Halloween costume ideas can be found at Eddie’s Trick Shop.
We occasionally visit the historic Marietta Square here in Georgia, and a regular stop (especially for my 10-year-old son) is Eddie’s.
You could literally spend an hour or so browsing all of the cool trick props, masks, and incredible Halloween costumes. I know, because we’ve done it on many occasions!
You’re probably wondering, ‘What is a Halloween costume post doing on The Fun Times Guide To Homebuilding?… I mean, it’s a homebuilding blog.’
The Halloween holiday is responsible for too many Fun Times to let it slip by without a Guide To a great source for Halloween costumes. Besides… Eddie’s is on the historic Marietta Square where there are many Homebuilding sites nearby.
Now here’s why Eddie’s is a great source for just about any Halloween costume idea…
Need A Unique Halloween Costume?
You’d be surprised at what you would find inside of the store at Eddie’s Trick Shop, but if you don’t live near Marietta, GA then you’ll appreciate the fact that they also have a website with even more selections. Yep, they’ll ship it to you!
That said, if you’re in need of a unique Halloween costume this year, you had better make an early decision to get something from Eddie’s because it’ll be slim pickins if you wait too long.
Another great place to browse for Halloween costumes is BuyCostumes and they stock a great looking Darth Vader costume for kids. TIP: In most cases, you’ll get same day shipping if you order by 3pm CT (Mon-Fri) from them.
Have you ever wanted an Atomic Wedgie? Eddie’s has it!
You could also freak everyone out as Captain Condom, Beer Keg, Moon Over Hawaii, Sumo Wrestler, Wet T-Shirt Winner, Breathalyzer Machine, and so many more.
I started as a home-stalker… visiting brand new homes under construction in the neighborhoods near my house. That inspired me to write about home building and home renovation projects — chronicling homes during different phases of construction from a consumer's point-of-view. Basically, the tips you'll find in my articles are a collection of checklists for what I think should (and should not) go into building or remodeling a quality home.