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Due to our son’s imposing height, we decided to go with a scary costume rather than a whimsical one. Lloyd frightened some of the younger trick or treaters, but what’s Halloween without a good scare? More photos behind the cut.
Dan Love that is. Dan shared these photos he shot of our boy’s Halloween costume. As they were being offloaded to my computer, I thought they would make a pretty nifty animation, and that’s what I did. You can get … Continue reading
Lloyd was a blaze of color of motion and color this October 31st which is what we’ve been doing for the past several Halloweens, but being that he has grown to an imposing size, we opted for something somewhat more … Continue reading
Another sneak peek, Kiddies! Stay tuned for more!!!
Continuing our vending machine theme, this year we’re going with a photo booth. Happy Halloween!!!
It has become our tradition of sorts to make costumes that light up and have a coin-operated or vending machine theme. In years past, we have made a a candy machine, a jukebox and a fortune teller. This Halloween was … Continue reading
While most parents dash out to a drugstore to fulfill a narrow expectation of what is acceptable as Halloween apparel for their children, we design, craft and construct complex costumes which we seal our son into like a mummy in … Continue reading
I’m not sure where the idea came from, but hopefully Tina will clear that up in a comment to this post. Maybe she had vending machines on the brain and eventually wended her way to jukeboxes. The idea emerged; some … Continue reading
Our son was dressed as a Seeburg diner table jukebox remote this year. Credit for the idea and design of this Halloween costume goes to Tina.