Happy Halloween! We’re waking up to a wet and dark Halloween. Hopefully it will improve; they say it it will.
Last year trick or treating was during a rainstorm and the temperature was in the 30s (brrr) and very, very few children came around, maybe three. Really, who could blame them, wet AND cold! My husband had lots and lots of candy bars to munch on until Christmas; I’m sure he didn’t mind.
In honor of Halloween I have collected past photos of my girls dressed for the occasion.
Hope you have crisp, fall weather for the trick-or-treaters! Enjoy the day! Bye for now.
I love them all!! Thank you for the wonderful Halloween’s fashion show!
Here the weather is beautiful, sunny and mild!
My husband works in the garden since the morning! (However he did’nt forget to come and eat with me!)
Have a good week-end!
Oh, it sounds like you had a lovely day, Catherine. It finally stopped raining for the trick-or-treaters here, but remained gloomy. Tomorrow, maybe the sun will shine. Have a wonderful Sunday!
Thanks for sharing your wonderful Halloween dresses! Love the accessories and pumpkins.
So happy you enjoyed my Halloween photos. Hope you had a nice Halloween.
I love looking at your past “Orange” dresses for your different dolls. I love the way you make those little bullion pumpkins on the dresses. Each one is so unique and sweet. You have quite a collection of fun pictures of Amelia and I think she just might be my favorite!
It’s dreary here too, but the rain has at least stopped…for now…
Thanks for showing your sweetest dresses to us.
While I was gathering these photos I realized that I’ve only made one Halloween outfit for the larger dolls. I will have to improve on that next year. The rain finally stopped, just in time for some trick-or-treaters to come by. We got maybe 25 kids though, that’s it.
Glad you enjoyed my photos.
My little Amelia is kicking up a storm right now. She says one of those dresses would be perfect for Thanksgiving for her! I especially like your pose with the acorns. Right now, mamma deer and her two almost grown fawns are next door eating fallen acorns. All you hear are a lot of crunches.
The orange dotted number on Patience is just adorable.
I can imagine your little Amelia having a tantrum, too funny.
How cute that you get to watch a deer and her babies having a snack. I didn’t know that they eat hard acorns, that’s interesting.
Thanks for the compliments on my Halloween dresses, Joy. I really need to make some more for the larger dolls next year. Amelia has way too many; she’s such a spoiled little thing!
Hope you had a nice Halloween!
HOW ADORABLE & BEAUTIFUL! LOVE, MOM
What a surprise to see a comment from you! Thanks, Mom! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️