Later Carson decided to dress up like a Native American just like her friend, Taylor...
They had a great time chasing each other around and around and around. I was dizzy just watching.
When we go to a holiday party I like to take a hostess gift to thank them for having us and all their hard work. So I made our little hostess a pumpkin tutu onesie.
I used a Carter's onesie and nylon chiffon which I cut a 10" inch piece and folded it in half to give it a little bubble affect. Then I attached the skirt to the onesie. If you are interested in making one I have a tutorial on how to make a skirted onesie. You can find it HERE.
I used orange and white stripped fabric scraps for the appliqued pumpkin face. And a zig zag stitch to finish it off.
I wrapped it up in one of these...
I love these little pumpkin trick-or-treat buckets. I found ours at our local CVS and you can get them for about $2. I bought some for my girls and personalized them using Sharpie paint pens. I also put a little glow-in-the-dark paint on the eyes, nose and mouth. So their buckets will glow when they are trick-or-treating.
Here is the adorable hostess modeling her new pumpkin outfit. Isn't she is the cutest pumpkin in the patch!?
I hope everyone has a wonderful week and a fun time dressing up!
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