Tonight I had so much fun reminiscing about Halloweens past.
You may remember the art board that I made a few months ago. The other day I decided to tweak it a little for Halloween.
I made a garland out of vintage keys that belong to my youngest daughter, Kylee. Before they left for Spain she said, “Mom, you can use my old keys to decorate with if you want.”
I tied them on a strand of jute, added a few ribbons and it was perfect to drape across the top. And what goes better with a few skeleton keys than a skeleton? This picture is of my oldest daughter, Nichole who will be 39 in Dec. and my oldest son, Lonnie who will turn 37 on Monday.
I have had so much fun looking at pictures of my children in their costumes when they were young.
How cute is this? My Superman and Princess all dressed up for school. Of course we couldn’t leave the little one out of the pic.
I don’t know how many of you remember, but you could not buy darling costumes back then. You either went with the plastic ones with the masks (like the skeleton) or created your own. I remember sewing costumes or coming up with something like the scarecrow and rocker girl each year.
Look at that Dracula face on my youngest son, Dalan. A smile that could kill!
I think that this is one of the cutest I ever made.
A few more that made me smile. Love Kylees painted face! Look at the two little ones admiring their older sister, and poor Dalan will never live it down that his mother dressed him as Smurfette. Yes, Smurfette is a boy. lol!
What are your kids going to be this Halloween?
I will also be partying with: