Stacey Solomon, her husband Joe Swash and their children transformed into characters from “The Wizard of Oz” for Halloween on Tuesday.
The mother of five shared sweet family photos on social media to celebrate the spooky holiday.
Stacey, 34, donned a pink princess dress as she transformed into Glinda, the “good witch”, while Rose was dressed as Dorothy.
Meanwhile, Joe, 41, pretended to be the Scarecrow, Rex was the Tin Man and baby Belle wore a lion onesie.
Alongside the glowing family photos, Stacey wrote on Instagram: “Happy Halloween.” Lots of love from Dorothy, Glinda, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. The big boys are missing this year, but they are superior to the family costume.
Cute: Stacey Solomon, her husband Joe Swash and their children transformed into characters from “The Wizard of Oz” for Halloween on Tuesday
Cute: The mother-of-five, 23, wore a pink princess dress as she transformed into Glinda the “good witch” while Rose was dressed as Dorothy
“Devastated but grateful to hopefully have many more years with the little ones.” Rose is OBSESSED with her new shoes. I have a feeling that from this day forward they will be her school shoes and Rex is cutting down our trees as I write this. Happy Halloween to everyone. Love you all’
Stacey created an incredibly affordable DIY Harry Potter Halloween table for her kids to celebrate the spooky season.
The Loose Women panelist – a lover of arts and crafts – spent the time creating the perfect wizarding world for her children to enjoy this special day.
She shared a video to her Instagram grid on Monday evening detailing how she put together the amazing scene while showing her followers how to recreate the look.
On the table was the iconic sorting hat from the films and above it she had hung floating candles to replicate the magical candles from Hogwarts’ Great Hall.
As she put the Harry Potter set together piece by piece, Stacey shared how she used simple, everyday objects to create the finished masterpiece.
The clever queen attached a Styrofoam sheet to the ceiling and covered it with fairy lights and invisible hooks.
Then she attached artificial candles to the hooks with an invisible string and completed the sky with clouds made of cotton wool for the mysterious stormy sky.
Halloween: Joe, 41, pretended to be the Scarecrow, Rex was the Tin Man and baby Belle wore a lion onesie
Happy: The Loose Women star shared sweet family photos on social media to mark the spooky holiday
Alongside the glowing family photos, Stacey wrote on Instagram: “Happy Halloween. Lots of love from Dorothy, Glinda, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion.”
Elsewhere, she used Ferrero Rocher chocolates to make the famous Quidditch tips and added some homemade wings.
A master with a glue gun, Stacey also made special wing keys and set the table with a spooky skeleton, a Hedwig stuffed animal and the famous Sorting Hat.
Melting down her red wax cubes, she also wrote her own Hogwarts welcome letters while sealing the envelopes.
The blonde beauty then turned off the lights and decorated the table with pumpkins and fall leaves while she filmed the end result.
Stacey wrote in the caption: “The Harry Potter table.” I know it’s so late but you all asked me to post this on the table so here it is.
“It was a labor of love, but it was soooo much fun.” I love Harry Potter so much that I was VERY excited when the big boys asked for it.
“I can’t wait until Christmas either.” Happy Halloween evening everyone. I love you very much.’
In her story, she added that the process took a few weeks to prepare and shared that she “joyed” being creative.
This comes after Stacey shared a slew of adorable snaps of her baby daughter Belle on Instagram on Tuesday to commemorate her youngest’s first Halloween.
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Crafts: Elsewhere, she used gold-covered chocolates to make the famous Quidditch snitches and added some homemade wings
The Loose Women presenter dressed her seven-month-old daughter in a cute Halloween-inspired striped romper with a sparkly orange tutu.
Stacey then posed for a series of heartwarming shots with Belle and husband Joe Swash outside their Essex home, nicknamed Pickle Cottage.
The proud parents beamed as they held their little one, who was captured giggling for the photos.
Her four-year-old son Rex was also seen in one of the snaps, matching his sister in a bright orange sweater with a sequin ghost.
Captioning the sweet pictures, Stacey wrote: “Belle’s first Halloween.” I can’t stand that smile. The little ones all wanted to dress up today just to be home.
“Rose wanted to dress up Belle, so we took some photos at the front door on Belle’s first Halloween.”
“Happy Tuesday everyone. I hope this makes you smile as much as it did us.”
Amazing: The mother of five, 34, who loves arts and crafts, spent time creating the perfect magical world for her children to enjoy the special day
The precious images showed an additional glimpse of Stacey’s spooky decorations outside the family home.
She previously shared a video on Instagram showing how she transforms Pickle Cottage into an autumnal wonderland.
The family went all out this year, adding color-coordinated lanterns and flowers to their eye-catching front door.
They also added a huge display of pastel pumpkins and roses to honor the birthday of their oldest daughter, who just turned two.
Stacey revealed that she chose pink, purple, orange and blue as the theme of the decor as these are Rose’s favorite colors.
The loving mother could be seen putting up the decorations with help from her two dogs and her youngest son, Rex.
The four-year-old was photographed helping his big brother with chores while standing on a stepladder
Stacey filmed Rose’s reaction to her special performance, as the toddler jumped up and down with excitement as she opened her eyes.
The clip ended with the little girl hugging a pumpkin before jumping up and cheering “Hooray” as her arms swung in the air.
Even though her fall display looked lavish, Stacey impressed her fans as she recycled many of her decorations from last year and shared some tips and tricks for achieving similar looks on a budget.
The Sort Your Life Out star has put together a whole host of cheap and cheerful tricks to outfit your home for fall.
Stacey shares Rex, Rose and Belle with husband Joe, 41, and also has two other sons, Leighton, 10, and Zachary, 15, from two previous relationships.