Friday, October 30, 2009

Kitty Pumpkin says ...

Happy Halloween!

Okay, technically tomorrow is Halloween, but I thought I would get into the spirit a little early, and show off my Kitty Pumpkin! I got this idea from All You magazine. However, I couldn't find the size of pumpkin it suggested, so mine is a tiny version. No, really. The pumpkin itself is only about 2 1/2 inches. Awww, cute!

Tonight is my church's Trunk or Treat event, where I will dress up as a Hogwart's student -- Gryffindor, of course! ^_^ I've had this costume for years, but ... it's well made and has lasted a long time. I still need to get some decent pics of it, though, before I decide that it's time for the costume to be retired. (BTW, if anyone cares, the costume is HP movie 1&2 version, as they changed with the 3rd movie.) They are having a "best pumpkin" prize at the Trunk or Treat, and I will enter mine, though I doubt it will win. If there was a tiny and cute decorated pumpkin category, I would be a total shoo-in! ^_^

Tomorrow I'm going to my friend Stephanie's Halloween party. Since it will be indoors, and my HP costume is quite warm, I'm debating what to wear for the party that won't be too warm. I have two ideas, but one will definitely take longer to get myself ready for than the other, and I'm working on a sewing project that I really need to make some headway on. So, we'll see ....

So, everyone, have a happy and safe Halloween -- and don't eat too much candy!

(What are YOU doing for Halloween? What are you dressing up as, if you are dressing up?)


Brian October 31, 2009 at 9:13 AM  

First to comment...


I am going to wear my monks robe and hood...that way I have no face covering-ness at the party.

I will see you there when I get off work honey.

Love you!

Charles Gramlich October 31, 2009 at 12:40 PM  

Happy Halloween to you as well. I like pumpkin kitty.

Christine November 2, 2009 at 7:32 AM  

I hope you had a fantastic Halloween! ^_^ I handed out candies to the kids which was a lot of fun and then went to a friend's house party. I dressed as a pirate wench. Well, it looked more like a bar maid!

jillyfae November 6, 2009 at 12:26 PM  

The little dude had told us for months he wanted to be The Joker (from the Lego Batman game, as he has not seen the Heath Ledger version), but as soon as we went shopping for bits and pieces, he saw and claimed a Bumblebee set. (Even after Hallowe-en, he periodically grabs the mask and arm piece and runs around the house as a robot. It's pretty awesome.)

I was costume free for once, as nothing I own fits over the pregnant belly, and I couldn't stand to spend money on something that would be unlikely to be adaptable into another costume in the future.

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