The dress up day is tomorrow and you've just been informed by your little darlings - don't panic! Here are some top tips for easy to make costumes at the last minute and become a Roald Dahl hero in no time!
Roald Dahl's characters come in all shapes and sizes, from spiders to giraffes, from Willy Wonka to the Giant Peach, and not forgetting those Vermicious Knids. Costumes can be as simple or elaborate as you like (or as time might allow). Here are some easy peasy ones:
Blue dress (actually any dress will do!), hairband and a pile of books.
Scruffy clothes, messy hair and a long warty nose for Mrs Twit (download our guide to making your Mrs Twit nose!), scruffy beard for Mr Twit.
Pink dress (or a nightie) and glasses
Charlie wears old clothes - just jeans and an old t-shirt will do. Just remember to decorate a golden ticket and you'll look the part.
Black top and black leggings or trousers, stuff a couple of pairs of black tights with newspaper to create extra spider legs and drape around the neck or attach to a belt.
Don't forget, yellow was Roald Dahl's favourite colour so you can join in the Dahlicious Dress Up Day by wearing anything yellow.
These are just a small selection of the characters you could choose. Take a look at the characters section or the links on the right hand side of the page for more inspiration.
To find out more about how to get involved in The Dahlicious Dress Up Day and raise money to help Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity support seriously ill children, visit the Dahlicious Dress Up Day page.