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shelayla82
« on: November 05, 2011 11:48:34 AM »

After stressing over what to be for Halloween and, of course, waiting until last minute to put everything together, I decided to be a Halloween classic of my youth: a witch.  The costume was put together from various clothes already owned and were modified by adding any of the orange fabric to.  The hat, which was my favorite part, was borrowed from a friend with the addition of...you guessed it, orange fabric. 

In the end, I was super happy with the way the costume turned out.  Of course, after checking out everyone else's entries I am in awe of everyone else's talent and costumes.  Either way, two pics are posted below.  One from the front and the side view so you can see the hat better:

     

Thanks for looking!  C & C's welcome.
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fluffypants
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2011 06:50:13 PM »

I totally love the "throwback to childhood" costumes. One of these years I'm gonna be the classic eyeholes-in-a-sheet ghost.

Very cute costume!
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