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Monday, October 31, 2011

.:Market Yourself Monday - Halloween:.

Happy Monday!

And Happy Halloween!

I hope you all have some spooktacular plans to celebrate this last day of October!

While I have to admit that Halloween doesn't really do it for me, it is pretty fun experiencing it with kids. We've had a lot of fun wearing our costumes as much as possible!

We did a homemade Halloween this year, but we kept it pretty simple. My three year old is really into Ariel and Disney princesses in general right now. So we went with a mermaid costume for her, red hair and all!



Original idea from Pinterest.

Pinned Image

Not bad, eh?

And since I wanted my girls to match, my one year old got to be a dolled up, girlified Flounder. She really hated the fin on her back, so I'd have to distract her as soon as we put the shirt on so she would forget about it. I'd say she makes a pretty cute Flounder, yes? Okay, she looks a little rough. No matter what I do, her hair is always crazy.



And my husband and I went with skeleton shirts, ideas courtesy of Make It and Love It. I'm not going to lie; drawing those templates and cutting them out took a long time! But it was worth it, no?



Here's a little Halloween round up from some Halloween ideas I've shared in the past:








Now, before you head out to get more candy and endure the craziness of Halloween, go ahead and link up what you've been up to lately - tutorials, crafts, recipes, giveaways, shops - just go for it!

Have a safe and happy Halloween!




19 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness Summer you are SO crafty!! love those shirts!! You are to talented. Cute halloween stuff mama!

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  2. Thanks so much for having me today. I have shared some of my favourite Halloween pins and Christmas pins from my weekly Pinterest Post. Please pop by and check them out if you have 5 minutes to spare!

    Best wishes and Happy Halloween!
    Natasha.

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  3. Hi. I am having trouble leaving a comment, so this is my third try! Thanks for having me to the linky party. This is my firt link up.

    Veronica
    Tassels Twigs and Tastebuds

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  4. Your girls are so darn cute! I love their costumes! Like you, I'm not a huge Halloween person, but it's getting more fun now that my oldest is starting to get excited by it (I have a 1 and a 2 year old). I love the costumes you made!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  5. Oh I love those skeleton shirts! The best part is the baby in your belly, and the burger & soda in your DH's. Too funny!

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  6. You did a great job on all the costumes. I love the skeleton baby :) Thanks for hosting!

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  7. The costumes are adorable!!! What a great way to make a mermaid! Thanks for hosting!

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  8. I love all of your costumes, so fun!!

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  9. Cute costumes! Thanks so much for the party! Happy Halloween!

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  10. Cute costumes! Ariel, Flounder, skeleton t-shirts...Love them all. Especially the food in the stomach! Check out our families Wizard of Oz costumes if you get the chance.
    http://bakingmemoirs.blogspot.com/2011/10/happy-halloween.html

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  11. Very cute costumes... thank you for hosting!

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  12. Thanks for hosting! I love all these Halloween ideas!

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  13. I LOVE how your skeleton shirts depict your stomach contents.

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