This year I tackled all three of my daughter’s costumes. They are all no sew, handmade, and 10 dollars and under! Ever since I started making bouquets and wreaths with felt, that fabric has become my jam. Easy costume tutorials to come! Pin and enjoy!
You can smooth out the colored lip of the can to stand out like a real lid. I didn’t for these pictures though because it was crazy when we showed up to trick-or-treat.
Play-Doh is my second child’s favorite thing. Seeing my brother in a scary clown mask, is not.
Eden loves pizza so I thought I would make her one. Pepperoni, cheese, sausage, olive pizza! Comfortable, lightweight and so cute! It was being blown against her in this picture. The weather left a boatload to be desired.
Introducing the toy claw machine, baby edition! There is a baby in there. I confused everyone because I told them she’d be dressed as a dog, yet she wasn’t a dog for Halloween. Oooooooo, the plot thickens.
Fresh hot glue strings still dangling form the claw from the last minute panic of getting it finished and getting to meet everyone to trick-or-treat.
Her pizza sat perfectly center but not in the Antarctic freezing winds that swirled around us. My Play-Doh girl originally had on a solid blue shirt to match the color of her Play-Doh can but it was too cold to coordinate. On the coats went.
Tutorials to come on all of these get ups!