mason jars and tissue paper and my favorite ModPodge! Then he cut out face he printed of the computer.
poster board. He then cut out words, wrapped ribbon or glued on masks.
Grandpa and Mouse also filled pumpkin plastic bags with leaves. Our goal was to mark a clear path to the door so kids would stay off the patio. We have a fear of falling children with skinned up shins. We also have a small pond by our front door that we want to keep the kids away from. Since every year some child falls in it. Seriously it is three feet by two feet and not that close to the side walk but every year some kid takes a header into the pond. Our designed kind of worked, no one fell into the pond but the lighted patio was to much like a stage for some kids to resist. Here was our finished front yard:So you might be asking your self why was the post entitled "Undead Walking"... Well I haven't got to the costume portion yet. This year Mouse decided to be Frankenstein (which is her cat's name). I refashioned a boys suit with some rips and tulle. You can't see it in the picture really well but the back has tulle going from the neck to into tails with a red ribbon holding it down. Then I dyed a shirt green and added green and black striped socks. The hat was out of a Monster store bought costume set.