Monday, September 27, 2010

what we wore last year

I'm starting to think about and work on our Halloween Costumes.  I thought I would repost last years costumes.


My oldest girl asked to be a clown. I was a little hesitant at first and even tried to talk her out of it. But, the more I thought about it over time I realized it was a fabulous idea. I had so much fun making her costume I decided to make all my girls clowns. I mostly used scraps and trim my mom and I had on hand. I had just as much fun making the hats as the dresses.

Clown #1



Clown #2



Clown #3
My oldest ended up being sick with Strep last year. Thankfully she was back to normal in time for trick-or-treating.






My son wanted to be a skeleton. I tried to talk him out of it as well, I'm a mean mom. He persisted, so this is what I did.


I used black sweats, white fabric and Heat n' Bond. I drew out all the bones cut them out and ironed them on. I was scared it would be hard, but turned out to be pretty simple.

I wanted him to paint his face white. He said that was too spooky, yet
he wanted to pose like a dead skeleton.






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7 comments:

Melissa B. said...

wow! those are Fabulous!!! SOO adorable. I don't really like clowns but those are too cute!! they are cute clowns!

Chris said...

What wonderful costumes. I need to start thinking about what to do this year!

PeaceLoveApplesauce said...

Oh my goodness.. I seriously love!!! those clown costumes!

Mommyto2 said...

those clown costumes are wonderful! and my son talked about being a skeleton. thats a great way to make it yourself!

Nancy's Couture said...

Those costumes are amazing!!! The clowns are so cute and I love your dead skelton, too.

Delia said...

My son wants to be a skeleton too! This will help me a ton. I am pretty nervous about drawing the bones right. You have given me courage! :)

Love your Halloween rosette pillow too. Very nice!

Cathy said...

The clown costumes are adorable! I love how the older the girl, the more elaborate the face paint. Oh,and your skeleton total rocks! I had to make one for my younger son when he was 3. He wanted it to reflect his previously broken bones. I did the sweats, like you, but I drew and cut all the bones out of felt, then sewed them on. He also wanted it to be front and back! I wish I would have known what heat and bond was back then!!!

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