|Garden gnome with homemade sign|
|Full length shot. He wore this costume|
late on Friday, so he didn't change
before coming home. "Just don't ask
me to stop at the store," he said.
|Yard decoration. That's one HUGE gnome.|
|World's cutest witch.|
|When it was time to go, she refused|
to wear the hat, and decided yellow
rain boots were a better accent.
|Note the "true to life" sweaty hair.|
That jacket is a lined raincoat.
It was NOT made with Georgia
Halloweening in mind (temps in the 80s).
|Jenny dressed as a witch for the piano|
recital, but switched to Rapunzel later on.
|I made this dress for Katie two years ago.|
We didn't mind splurging on the wig ($8).
We were going to make her a really long
wig out of yarn, but she didn't like yarn.
So, she got a short wig instead. Pfft.
|I did the whiskers for the piano recital.|
|Bill did the whiskers for Trick or Treating.|
|I think the musketeer costume turned|
out very nicely.
|I had to purchase the blue fabric, but|
the silvery ribbon adorned a present I
received years ago. I've used it for
|I basted white, lacy ribbon to the collar of|
an ordinary dress shirt. No permanant
damage done. Bill made that ostrich
feather out of paper and a drinking straw.
The hat is a black foam top hat to which
Bill hot glued a brim made from black foam.