TARZANA, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 12, 2012) - FabricLink's Halloween Costume Closet  is the place to go for this year's TOP, easy-to-make costume ideas! Make sure to check out the 'Not So Wild' Animal Kingdom costume ideas from the FabricLink Network.

FabricLink.com, the premier resource for educational information on fabrics, has teamed up with Velcro USA, the world's leading brand of hook-and-loop fasteners, to bring you the easiest way to make a memory with a do-it-yourself "Critter, Creature and Animal Kingdom" Halloween.

For Fall 2012, FabricLink.com highlights the Critters and Bugs and exclusive designs made for Velcro USA and FabricLink, by award-winning craft designers, Kim Bell and Robin Tarnoff. You'll find fun Halloween critter costumes of all sizes from as small as a Lady Bug to the king of the beasts, the Lion...

Wiggle, jump and fly over to www.fabriclink.com. Open up FabricLink.com's Halloween Costume Closet and Velcro USA's Costume Ideas for Kids for making a variety of Halloween-themed costumes. Stealthy? Flighty? Playful?  FabricLink has combined dozens of special costumes, along with hundreds of inspirations from across the Internet to make a memory and keep your Halloween costume plans easy. You'll find party themes, decorations, music, easy costumes and more.

There is a plethora of costume ideas that takes you to a buggy- and critter-filled Animal World for Kids, Teens, Men, Women, Infants, and Pets. The best is that it's for all you do-it-yourselfers! There are no shortages of solutions for costumes and make-up! 

Velcro USA's Costume Ideas for Kids includes costumes with VELCRO® fasteners, patterns and instructions. VELCRO® Brand fasteners make outfits secure, comfortable to wear, and fit safely. With VELCRO® fasteners, last minute creative fixes are easy.

Make it a memorable and "FaBoolous" Halloween! Check out FabricLink's Halloween Costume Closet!

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