Sunday, November 1, 2009

Stash busting Halloween!

With "Operation Princess" a success I'm very excited to be moving on to a quilt project or two! First I'd like to document this success with a few pictures!
Be aware as we look at these that I did not spend a penny on materials for this Halloween's costumes!
Several of them were made from previous costumes that were added to from stash fabric and the others were made entirely from stash! Can you guess which is which! :D

My biggest princess moment was with Cinderella!
She had the amazing costume changing dress! She wore it short on Friday (there's a little peek at Ariel too) as Felicity: An American Girl (She was avoiding the petticoats for school :) ) and Sat we let it out and added the fluff and Voila it was like Cinderella's mice were right there with us!

We also had a lovely little Belle
We had to take some time on friday and find the Beauty and the Beast movie when we realized she'd never actually seen it!
Beyond those lovelies we had 2 adorable cheerleaders

And the hit of the night was my "Jack"-in-the-box!
(That's his name, he was adorable! Thanks for the idea Nat!)
And with plenty of candy he sat in his little box quite happily too!

I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween and between the screaming sugar high kids and unfinished projects are ready for the fall and winter holidays to come at us!


  1. YOU are amazing!!! LOVE it! Such talent!

  2. Awesome! I love the fact you didn't have to spend any money and made great looking customes!

  3. The costumes are great and I love the Jack in the box! All in all these kids are just so cute! You did good!

  4. Wow, you must be princessed out. Love doing the stash busting. An esp love the Jack in the Box. I made a cowgirl for my granddaughter and a Spiderman for my grandson. all from Stash fabric... and there is still a lot left.


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