This year we didn’t pay anything for our costumes. Well mostly. My husband went home to change into his costume, and needed to dirty himself up. He came back and told me had had used my yellow eyeliner. It didn’t bother me much, even though I had already brought some dark eye shadow to use on him.I knew I only had cheap liner because I don’t really use it, but didn’t know it was in a yellow package. When we came home last night, I found out that he used my mascara! He rubbed it all over his face and arms. So his costume cost about 7 bucks. The rest were made with stuff we had laying around the house, or borrowed in the case of my husband’s costume (besides my makeup). So onto the pictures….
Early in the day I took my son his costume for his first day of work. Here he is with my friend. I used to work for Savemart, so I just cut up my apron and hat and sewed them into his size.
Helping bag groceries.
My husband dressed as my brother in law. A little running joke. My brother in law dressed as my husband last year.
Halloween ‘09 (He had just gotten a black eye playing flag football.)
Me and my little cotton candy baby. She had a cute little trick-or-treat bag but I don’t think I got a picture of it. Or my “costume” which was a furry bear hat that I had sewn for myself.
Why is there a Christmas tree behind us? We started a little tradition last year where we decorate my parent’s house Christmas style and play Christmas music, roast marshmallows, and play Rockband in the front yard.
Christopher and his trick-or-treat grocery bag on his way to the first house.
Yummy cotton candy!
Stopping by my mom in laws house before heading back to my parent’s. She lives on the street behind my parents.
My sister had also made her families costumes. They were Barney, Betty, and BamBam. She did such a good job.
I sewed the hat for him. I did it just like I did Christopher's.
We had a lot of fun!