Wanna see 'em? Well, of course I'll share!
This little cupcake was amazing! Her mom made the costume with a lampshade turned upside down at the bottom and used buffalo snow on top for the frosting. The sprinkles looked like colorful foam sticky sheets cut into small pieces and stuck on. I forgot to ask about that, though--I just assumed.
The little gal was adorable and at one point fell over and couldn't get up by herself. She wasn't hurt so it was pretty hilarious.
It's always nice to have Ghostbusters out and about on Halloween where ghosts are so prevalent. This little guy's momma made his ghost-busting accessories out of upcycled items and duct tape--so cool! She also made his trick-or-treat bag out of duct tape. The momma said she loves to create with duct tape--it made me want to go get some!
I'm not sure if this little owl's momma used a pattern or not, but it's a pretty impressive costume either way. By looking at it, you can figure out the basic method. Aren't the colors precious together? So girly and sweet. I actually created an owl costume for an infant a few weeks ago--just haven't gotten around to sharing it yet--but keep your peepers out for that if you give a hoot. Ahh, owl humor.
At the mall, we ran into Junebug's friend Kylie who was dressed up as Medusa. Y'all, she has had her heart set on being Medusa since Halloween of last year--how cool is that?? Kylie's momma found a cool headpiece online, but my favorite part was Kylie's make-up. Her mom put a fishnet stocking over her head and dabbed on green eye shadow to create cool-looking scales.
Lemme just say that if you're looking to win costume contests, dress your little gal up as Medusa. The adults were crazy about this costume and kept commenting on it. It was seriously awesome. And yeah, this cute little Medusa (has that phrase ever been said before?) won the costume contest!
Here's my little shark protecting her personal space while taking a picture with her friend. She's so much like her mother. Good grief.