Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’

Halloween Memories in April

I ran into some fun Halloween pictures that brought back some fun memories. I’m afraid my boys are getting to a point where it’s going to be a thing of the past for a while, so all I have is the pictures for now. I’m sure after a few years they’ll get back into it again, but that’s not for sure either. LOL I hope that’s not the case because there are so many fun Halloween Costumes available right now. There are the traditional costumes like clowns, jailbirds, and singers, but there are also some that are a lot more fun.

Check out these cute pictures I found while I was looking though some images on my computer the other day. They had such a good time coming up with these costumes and then going trick or treating that night. They came home with smiles on their faces and lots of candy in their bags.

My boys are big enough now to where they have to wear Adult Halloween Costumes now, which may or may not be a good thing. I’ve found a site that offers some fun costumes for them to consider. I found the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters, a purple grape costume that reminds me of the Fruit of the Loom guys LOL, and I found a Whoopie Cushion costume which are all costumes I think they’d be interested in, so needless to say when Halloween comes around again, we’ll be checking out this site for sure. :)

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Homemade Halloween Costumes Made Simple
Halloween is fast approaching and those costumes are going fast. I looked at them the other day and was shocked at the price. It’s hard to justify spending $25 or more on an outfit you’ll likely wear once and that’s it.

My boys are older now, so most times if they do anything a mask and street clothes will be sufficient enough for them, but that wasn’t the case when they were little. A full blown costume was what they needed and of course wanted.

If money is tight, spending $25+ is not an option, so what do you do? Well the only one I could come up with was to make one. Purchasing the material, pattern, and everything else is good, but if you don’t understand the pattern, what do you do? Of course, you go to the store and spend the money.

I found an awesome ebook that gives so much more help then you’d ever get from a pattern. There are 90+ costumes so you’re sure to find one your child will be happy with and each costume comes with a supply list, descriptions, and so much more. It’s perfect for anyone and any homemade costume making skill level.

So if you need to spend less on a Halloween costume or you want to take the time to make one yourself, the “Homemade Halloween Costumes Made Simple” ebook is a must for you. Click here to purchase your own copy through my affiliate link.

Happy Halloween!

About Corrie


My name is Corrie and I'm from Wyoming. I've been married to Kevin since 1993 and we have two wonderful boys.

I'm a Virtual Assistant and a Ghostwriter. I love what I do and I enjoy spending time with my family.

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