October 4, 2012

Homemade Halloween Roundup

This family doesn't mess around when it comes to Halloween costumes. It may have something to do with the fact that throughout our childhood and adolescence you could catch one or all of us in costume on any given day (dance recitals, plays, homemade music videos, or just because going to high school is much more fun dressed as a mermaid..Bethany). Whatever the reason, we take it pretty seriously and would never go out and buy any old costume. They must be made from scratch or scrounged up at the last minute from things around the house.

So,without further ado, I present some Smith Family Halloween costumes from the last few years... (I apologize for bad photo quality)

Couples:

Freddie Mercury and David Bowie- curated and created by Bethany


Bo Peep and Woody from "Toy Story"- made by my sister-in-law

Pee Wee Herman and Jambi the Genie- Created and assembled by Erica

A gold digger- put together by Kami


Nerd alert! Pieces from "Settlers of Catan"- made by EmmaLee


A surgeon and his patient- intestines designed and sewed by Bethany


Nintendo Peach and Mario- made by my sister-in-law


Bob Ross and his "happy little trees" masterpiece- made and put together by EmmaLee


Tuxedo Mask and Sailor Moon (please tell me other children loved anime as much as we did)- made by yours truly


Edwina and H.I. from "Raising Arizona- put together by EmmaLee

Where's Waldo?  Assembled by Richard and Erica



Kids:

Cindy Loo Who (book version) with Christmas ornament candy bucket- made by EmmaLee



Buddy the Elf from "Elf"- made by Amy


Cheeseburger- made by EmmaLee


Pizza- made by EmmaLee


Cruella Deville- Made by EmmaLee


Link from "Zelda"- made by Lari (our mom)


Family:

"Star Wars" characters- made by Amy



















Ghost Busters and the Stay Puft Marshmallow - made by Amy


Hopefully this will inspire some brilliant homemade costumes! If you want to know more about how any of these costumes were made or have a great homemade costume you'd like to share, let us know at CraftyPantsBlog@gmail.com.

1 comment:

Caroline Goldingham said...

Hahhaah the ghostbuster and Starwars family costumes are BRILLIANT!! Love them so much.


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