Friday, October 30, 2009

PSF - I have SUPER kids (and the pics to prove it)!

 I vowed that this would be a "green" Halloween meaning we'd re-use costumes we already have (aka -  "cheap" Halloween). Then I saw this cool and inexpensive idea (only cost $8 for two capes) on the Family Fun website and knew that Noah would LOVE to be a superhero, or as we like to call him "SUPER NOAH!"

"Show us your muscles SuperNoah!"
 
Fueling up on cookies at the library Halloween party!
 
Abby decided to X the Barbie Musketeer idea, and become "SuperAbby" instead -
can't resist a pink cape!
 
SuperDAD joined us at the party too on his way home from work.
Of course, he was still wearing his Clark Kent style disguise.




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13 comments:

CC said...

soooooooooooooo cute!!!!!!! I told my son after he turned 5 we would make his costumes and not buy them. This way he has to be creative (and we save some money!). So we (aka I) made the dragon costume from the family fun website. It looks great! Just hope it doesn't rain tomorrow and ruin the cardboard costume!

Michelle said...

Great job on the costumes. They are SUPER cute!

Emily said...

Definitely SUPER cute kids! Family Fun is such a great resource.

amanda said...

love this idea friend!! totally saving it into my mommy brain for down the road...

kaye said...

a green halloween, we did that for many years recycling old costumes. I didn't know it was a political statement :) All you need now is a green pumpkin. Your kids look terrific in their costumes. Happy Halloween!

Kat said...

Way to go! They look fabulous!!! :)
Happy Halloween! :)

Kelli @ writing the waves said...

haha...definitely not a political statement, just going the less expensive route this year. :)

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

I love cheap easy and CUTE! They look great!

Heather @ Not a DIY Life said...

They are so cute!!!! Love the homemade/recycled costumes too.

Carissa(GoodnCrazy) said...

I luv superdad at the library too.. $8?? I want to see how you did it!

LUV it!

Jessie Oliveros said...

That's so funny because my son was Super Johnny for Halloween, and I made the costume, too. Superman, red & blue knockoff and everything. Did you steal my brain?

amanda said...

I love the $8 dollar costumes. So creative.

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