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post #31 of 56
My brother in law dresses up as the crow and scares the kids. Will have to see if I have pics
post #32 of 56
I have to dress up as a witch for work. Everyone working on Wednesday has to. It wont be anything exciting. I am wearing black pants, a black shirt and then probably just a witch hat.
post #33 of 56
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they have really neat with hats at walmart and walgreens including feathery ones
post #34 of 56
My hot boyfriend, who refused to dress up, me and my two favorite chicks lol

post #35 of 56
I thought about posting my pics from last year...but then I realized how very much intoxicated we were when they were taken....and it definitely shows!
post #36 of 56
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I thought about posting my pics from last year...but then I realized how very much intoxicated we were when they were taken....and it definitely shows!
That is what makes them fun to look at!!
post #37 of 56
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I thought about posting my pics from last year...but then I realized how very much intoxicated we were when they were taken....and it definitely shows!
LoL! thats why mine are from early in the evening!
post #38 of 56
Until I lose weight, I'm no longer doing photos... but will you accept my ghostly Meez's Halloween costume?

post #39 of 56
I'm a vampire! Maybe I'll have pics later
post #40 of 56
Okay, not the scariest vampire ever, but still:



The inset is a close up of the necklace.
post #41 of 56
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That is what makes them fun to look at!!
Okkkk...in that case:



Here is me and the SO... French Maid...and some sort of pimp...


Hmmm....can you guess which of us is more inebriated!?


EDIT: the date on that camera is weird...I didn't take the pic...
It was more like October 20-something of last year...
post #42 of 56
Ok, I finally got my costume all together and got some pictures taken. Sorry for the quality, they're from my cell phone because my digitial camera finally died tonight.










If you can't tell, I'm Disney's Mulan - its the last outfit she wears in the first movie. I made the over part, and my friend made the skirt and sleeves for me. I've wanted to do this costume for years, so I was so thrilled to finally get to do it!
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post #44 of 56
i may not dress up for it, but i love to see the stuff people come up with
post #45 of 56
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I love everyones pics! The Mulan costume looks great!
post #46 of 56
I took these pictures of my employees that dressed up for Halloween. And I included my George Bush talking doll that sits on my desk--I always dress him for the holidays.

Old Lady


My Boss--no costume needed


Dead Bride


Farmer Girl


Witch


Witch and Murderer


Shadow (looks more like a burglar to me, though)


"Flamingo-back Riding"


And with no introduction needed...
post #47 of 56
Here is my boyfriend and I... P.S, Halloween was also our 7th anniversary!!

I was just dead

He was a Corporate Zombie


Here is my friend Cliff who's makeup I did.
post #48 of 56
I didn't take pics of mine (I hate having my pic taken), but I'll describe it:

I made a Marie Antoinette-type, 18th century dress, but with a sort of Goth look--mostly black tafetta, but the bodice insert (called a "stomacher" back then) was this pretty, dark red, sort of smocked/puckered silk. The underskirt, which peeks out in the front of the black overdress, was the red fabric, too. The sleeved had deep, black lace ruffles; the stomacher had black, sheer ribbon bows, accented with a small, black satin ribbon rosette, with a white pearl center. The dress had a train of black Chantilly lace. I had an authentic honey blonde colored 18th Century wig (I'll wear anything that gives me height!), with 2 ostrich plumes, 1 white; 1 black, with a "diamond" clip to hold them in the hair.

The kids LOVED the dress, even the boys, and a male neighbor loved it. The cats loved it--laying on it, and chasing the hem.

Here's a pic of the pattern (but my wig was much nicer in quality): http://cgi.ebay.com/18th-Century-Ant...QQcmdZViewItem
post #49 of 56
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Here is my boyfriend and I... P.S, Halloween was also our 7th anniversary!!
Awesome, this Halloween was our first anniversary. Well, technically it was the day before but close enough!
post #50 of 56
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Awesome, this Halloween was our first anniversary. Well, technically it was the day before but close enough!
Cool! We don't actually technically remember EXACTLY when it was. Sometime in October. There was never an official day that we started dating, neither of us remembers when we first hooked up so who knows.
post #51 of 56
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Cool! We don't actually technically remember EXACTLY when it was. Sometime in October. There was never an official day that we started dating, neither of us remembers when we first hooked up so who knows.
Lol, we have it as a countdown on our laptop calenders.
post #52 of 56
M&M's Anyone?

Here are my kids in their Costumes on Halloween out Trick or Treating







They are a Doorstep Full
post #53 of 56
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M&M's Anyone?
That's such a cute idea! Maybe next time you could make a giant duct tape M&M's bag for you to wear.
post #54 of 56
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And with no introduction needed...
It's "Punkin George"!!!!
post #55 of 56
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Originally Posted by MargeCat View Post
I didn't take pics of mine (I hate having my pic taken), but I'll describe it:

I made a Marie Antoinette-type, 18th century dress, but with a sort of Goth look--mostly black tafetta, but the bodice insert (called a "stomacher" back then) was this pretty, dark red, sort of smocked/puckered silk. The underskirt, which peeks out in the front of the black overdress, was the red fabric, too. The sleeved had deep, black lace ruffles; the stomacher had black, sheer ribbon bows, accented with a small, black satin ribbon rosette, with a white pearl center. The dress had a train of black Chantilly lace. I had an authentic honey blonde colored 18th Century wig (I'll wear anything that gives me height!), with 2 ostrich plumes, 1 white; 1 black, with a "diamond" clip to hold them in the hair.

The kids LOVED the dress, even the boys, and a male neighbor loved it. The cats loved it--laying on it, and chasing the hem.

Here's a pic of the pattern (but my wig was much nicer in quality): http://cgi.ebay.com/18th-Century-Ant...QQcmdZViewItem

Awwww it's too bad you didn't take a picture. It sounds fabulous! Ok, go get dressed back up and post a photo...come on, you can blur out your face!
post #56 of 56
Oh goodness, those M&Ms are just adorable!!!
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