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Happy Halloween! Make Sure to Enter the Halloween Contest too…

Happy Halloween! Make Sure to Enter the Halloween Contest too…

I love Halloween.  Fun activities, pumpkin decorating, my birthday being the day prior, dressing up, pretending, and did I mention candy? I still dress up, even as an adult.  This year, I am Mrs. Potato Head and my husband Mr. Potato Head, from Toy Story 3.  Pictures will be shared on Facebook in the next few days – so make sure you watch my wall. Jenna is Jessie, also Toy Story, and Ellie decided to go as an 80’s punk rocker.  I still remember dressing like one as a child.  So what are you and your kids dressing as tonight?  If you or your family dressed up for other parties, share your images on this thread.  Have fun trick-or-treating!

In case you missed the news, MCP Actions is having a HALLOWEEN PHOTO CONTEST, which will be judged on Monday by Ellie and Jenna – enter to win the BAG OF TRICKS Photoshop Action set for Photoshop CS2-CS5 and Elements 5-9- a $99.99 value.

For details and how to enter, GO HERE!

My girls really wanted me to share their pumpkins. They loved pumpkin decorating this year.  And they had baseball in mind.  The Detroit Tigers had a contest, so they went with that theme.

Here is Ellie’s pumpkin: She made a pumpkin that looks like the manager of the Detroit Tigers: Jim Leyland.  Too cute!

jim leyland detroit tigers pumpkin

Jenna opted for a more general baseball theme. Equally fun.  They were so proud of these since they did them all by themselves.

baseball detroit tigers pumpkin

And this made my kids laugh!

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  1. October 31, 2010 at 9:51 am — Reply

    We Brits are much more into scary costumes for Halloween – so my daughters were a devil and a witch – I’m slightly biassed but I think the cutest ones I’ve seen 😉 LOL – check them out on the little video I posted! http://kirstylarmourblog.com/2010/10/halloween-fun/

  2. MT
    November 1, 2010 at 7:01 pm — Reply

    Most women “brake for garage sales” my Mom “brakes for weird things” like this. Used saturation adjustment, touch of light and dark, high def sharpening and burned the edges.

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