|We kind of had the whole Peter Pan theme going but, my 'Tinker Bell' really wanted to be Repunzel!|
Wishing you all a very Haunted, Spooktacular,
Fun and Safe, Halloween!!!!
I know this is late, but I have been soooo busy with costumes and
school party stuff, on top of all the other things
to do in life! SCARY!!!
I am going to show you my version of a Peter Pan costume and a quick
DIY Pirate shirt.
|I have to say, I got inspired, again, by Pinterest, to make this costume!|
I went to the Thrift Store and bought little boys sweat pants and a women's shirt!
As you can see, I just cut the pant bottoms, the shirt sleeves and the bottom of the
shirt with a jagged effect.
The belt was cut from an old shirt I had. I did have to safety pin the front
of the shirt because it kept sliding off his shoulders.
But nothing that a little safety pin can't fix!
And when it was on it just added to the look of the shirt!
My husband is a trooper! He just goes along with whatever the rest of
the family picks for our costume theme. (As long as it doesn't require
any face painting!)
What I did for his shirt is,
I took an old white t-shirt. Cut out the neck, and cut a slit down the
center, about 6". Then I took some small, but sharp scissors, and poked holes
in the fabric, on either side of the slit. (line them up evenly)
Then I took a shoe lace and fed it through the holes, like you would a shoe!
I put jagged cuts along the sleeves and bottom of the shirt.
We grabbed a rope from the garage, and
Whah La, Again!
(those two costumes saved me lots of money)
CANDY CORN KRISPIE TREATS
|I found this idea, also on Pinterest, on www.glorioustreats.com/|
I still used my recipe for the krispie's (you'll find on my blog). To make
three 9" round pans and one square (regular) treats, it took
3 batches of my recipe. A yellow one, an orange one, and a regular one!
When I saw this on Glorious Treats I just knew I had to try it!
What an awesome idea!!
Last but not least,..........
I just had to share a bit of Fall Beauty, with ya' all!!
These pictures were taken when I went with my son's school, on a field trip, to a
Enjoy your Halloween, and
WATCH OUT FOR THOSE 'GOBBLINS'!