I have been meaning to post about the Halloween this year — well, we had like 3 things to go to, but everything was cancelled due to the hurricane Sandy! So we just stayed home and played a little dress up :) (We all went for a walk in a costume, but outside was so dark due to the blackouts and no one was in costume! Well, very few kids… it was the least fun Halloween night I’ve ever had since I came to the US…)
Last year, Mili was only a few weeks old, I tried to take the same pictures and compared them with the pumpkin hat on… she grew so much!
And Mili and Maia as witch :) *I was going to be one, too… but oh well.
Hope we can lots of fun stuff next year!
How was your Halloween? We couldn’t do much since we have a 2-weeks old baby this year… But found a death floating around at the superfine… Boo!
We also found a little pumpkin… :)
Hope you had a fun Halloween! Please share a link here if you have some Halloween photos, I’d love to see!
Wishing you all a happy and safe Halloween this weekend! I’m actually taking a letterpress workshop at the Center for the Book Arts (can’t wait!) all weekend so I’m not sure how much Halloween stuff I could do this year… and Maia will have to rock out her witch costume from last year again this year… (sorry, mama has been so busy!)
I wanted to leave you with this great DIY — Thompson Family-Life Fabric Pumpkin Tutorial. Aren’t they so lovely? Not so spooky for Halloween, though, once you make it, you can have it around throughout October and November until Thanksgiving time :) I have so many little pieces of fabrics, this is great for that, too.
I saw this tutorial: Non Traditional Pumpkin Decorating over at papernstitch blog and I couldn’t resist to share! SO cute and easy and perfect for the fall decorations :)
(all the images are from papernstitch blog)
Reminds me of the Yayoi Kusama’s pumpkin :)
Please hop over to papernstitch blog and see the whole tutorial + lots of great inspirations!