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September 30, 2009

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Tamara

One daughter wants to be a ladybug and the other wants to be a butterfly. Now I have to figure out how to make cute costumes that work equally well for a classroom party and trick-or-treating in the cold. Any suggestions?

f lynn rush

we don't dress up for halloween anymore. we have moved to a rural area, and there are no trick-or-treaters! we used to love to dress up in our witch hats and sit on the porch to wait for our neighbor's children. we carved the pumpkin in a non-traditional way and sat in on a stool near the porch. it had swirls, stars and moons.

Margot

Love mini hats! We're all about small scale or oversized around these parts.

Cheers,
Madge

MonkeyGurrl

I love the mini hat!!

This year, I'm slacking: I'm wearing the costume I made last year but didn't get a chance to use, and I bought various items to put together for the wee monkey to imitate her (current) favorite anime character.

Puma Shoes

Thanks a great deal! I truly enjoyed reading this.Looking via these posts and also the material you've provided I can appreciate that I still have a great deal of things to learn.
6.These articles are fantastic; the specifics you show us is interesting for everybody and is really wonderful written. It’s just outstanding!!

Tresa Black

Loved your witch hat so much, I featured it on my Halloween blog hop, thanks for joining the linky party!

Becky Brown

What a fun accessory! Very, very cute and a great tutorial too!

HAIR EXTENSION

I found this informative and interesting blog so i think so its very useful and knowledgeable. Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic. Keep it up!!!


HAIR EXTENSION

That was cute tiny witch hat headband. It looks not too expensive material. Thank you for sharing also on how to do like this cute holloween decorations.

Kayleen Bessert

Thank you! I was searching for a good pattern for a large witch hat, and because of this, mine turned out perfect! It is beautiful, and will last me centuries!

The only problem was the rim was too large, and the cone too tall, but it was no problem to take off a few inches from my stencil.

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