|Me and my treasures:)|
The shirt says "My children are my treasure" and I'm pleased with how it turned out even though no one saw it while we were trick or treating (it was dark and I stayed on the sidewalk with Samuel in the stroller...)
Speaking of, here's what my little man looked like with the bib I didn't get a picture of before:
|Mimi tied the head scarf and he |
looks a little gangster...
We layered the kids because it was pretty cold this year. Figures. I made a fleece bumblebee costume for Danielle's first Halloween and it turned out to be 70+ degrees so she couldn't even wear it :( It sure was cute though.
|The flower headband was a last-minute idea that year|
I really liked the way Danielle's pirate outfit turned out even though it was a bear to sew. I just kept having off-days whenever I tried to work on it. I think I ripped and re-sewed almost every seam on that darn outfit. I did my own thing with the sash, in the interest of time. I'm sure it's similar to what the pattern called for. I changed her earrings just for trick-or-treating--she doesn't normally wear big ol' hoops!
I used Simplicity 3650, which I talked about in this post. The design of the top was pretty genius--it's a black bodice with a white collar/facing and sleeves instead of a separate top and vest. It would look like two pieces if I hadn't forgotten the buttons...
|The back closes with velcro--|
very kid friendly!
Danielle LOVED trick or treating this year, since she actually knows what candy is now:)
|Enjoying her booty|
She kept asking for Halloween cake, though, because she thinks all special occasions are celebrated with cake. So I think I will make some cupcakes for her next year.