I meant to get this up on Friday. I started the post, but I bet you can guess it didn’t happen.
We all went into the hall to play a game. Faith stood with three brooms, each a different color.
“We are going to play Witch’s Broom. The object of the game is to get the whole team across the hall. Each team has a witch broom. Only one person from each team can walk through the hall at a time, and they have to touch the broom. Each person can only go back and forth once. Now GO!”
Maria’s team walked across.
And then threw the broom back.
So the next girl could go.
Abby’s team did piggyback rides.
And the girl who hadn’t touched the ground went back.
Sandy’s team went across with one person running, and the other person riding on the broom.
The throwing worked best, and that team got across first.
Then the broom riding team.
But one of the girls feel when they were giving a piggyback ride, and they ended in last place.
Faith set up a runway so the girls could show off their costumes. She went first to explain.
“Next we have a fashion show! Each of you can walk on the runway, pose, and get off. There are no prizes but it’s a lot of fun.”
Faith is wearing Maria’s meet dress, Isabelle’s sweater, Riley’s jeans, and the boots that came with Isabella. She also is wearing a witch hat from the dollar store.
Joy was first. She is wearing a grass skirt made of tissue paper, a shirt made from a onesie I got at a thrift store, no shoes, and some necklaces I made from real ones.
Riley hopped on the stage wearing a shirt I made from a pants leg, a green sock as a skirt, and some fins I made last year. She also has some pearl bracelets, a giant pipe cleaner scarf, a seashell necklace, and pearl around her hair.
Rachel and Hope went on stage together. Rachel is a pioneer, wearing a dress, apron, and shoes that I made. Hope’s Amish dress and apron came from an Amish store, and the shoes I made. Funny story: Look at Rachel’s dress, and Hope’s clothes. See how different they are. When I was in Pennsylvania we went on a horse and carriage ride. Mckenna was wearing the dress Rachel is wearing. When we came out of the shop the driver said: I see you got something. I was confused, but then I realized that he thought that dress came from the shop. I wasn’t trying to make it old fashioned, it was going to be Mckenna’s travel outfit. However it worked out perfectly, because that is something that Amish girls might wear.
Eileen flew onto the stage, a craft fairy. I was actually a craft fairy for Halloween. Eileen is wearing wings I made, a tutu I made, her meet dress, and the soft as snow boots.
Sandie is wearing Katelyn’s leotard, the skirt that came with the love to layer accessories, and Hope’s shoes.
Katelyn decided to be a princess. She walked on the stage like a princess. She is wearing a baby dress I got at a garage sale, I decided that Joy’s shoes would be perfect because they were the right colors and heels, and I was going to make a tiara but I found this one from build a bear, so she wore that.
Isabella the butterfly went on stage. She is wearing a dress that I made for Mckenna’s school days when she was the only doll, but it has only really been a butterfly dress. She is also wearing pipe cleaner antenna, wing that I made, and Eileen’s shoes.
Abby the cat meowed on stage with a tail, whiskers, and ears that I made. She also has a leopard print dress and white shoes.
Lily Anna the cowgirl wore a hat from goodwill, the bandanna from my party, Faith’s shoes, the shirt that came on Isabella, and a vest and skirt that I made from a pair of jeans.
Maria Minnie is wearing the outfit from the Minnie post, the ears from the Halloween accessories post, and shoes from an our generation outfit.
Little red Grace wore the hood and skirt from the little red post, the soft as snow sweater, and her boots.
Mckenna hopped on the stage wearing a dress and pompoms from bought from our local festival.
“Who’s the best? Who’s the best? WE ARE WE ARE!”
We all watched a movie.
And then went trick or treating. This party was fun, but now it’s over.
Happy late Halloween!