I love Halloween, and every year my photographer boyfriend and I throw a Halloween party. We drink some blood, decorate the house, bake enough treats to satiate the giant tarantula in our backyard, and wait for the Zombies to come. It’s a deadly-good time! I thought I’d tease your trick-or-treating taste buds with some spook-a-licious photos from the event. Enjoy!
The house gets decked out for the event, and we let a few arachnids take up residence for the weekend.
I made pumpkin and Jack Skellington cake pops.
I let the Zombie’s know who’s boss.
These Kabobs are made from 100% Gozdilla flesh…and cheese.
These pumpkin bites were cute and tasty!
My boyfriend Russell dressed up as Willie Nelson and I was a dark fairy (Yes, that is my real hair!).
Russell set up his photobooth and our costumed guests had a howling-good time mugging it up in front of the camera.
It was a spook-tastic time!
If you’d like to see more photos you can check them out at Russell Gearhart Photography’s Blog, or see all the photobooth images at the Russell Gearhart Photography Facebook Page.
Have a happy Halloween everyone!
Happy Halloween everyone!
Last year I posted amazing kidlit jack-o-lanterns. This year I got inspired by kids dressed up in kidlit themed costumes. Hopefully some day kids will dress up as our characters and be half as adorable as these:
Don’t eat too much candy everyone! Have fun!
I hope everyone is having a fantastic Halloween! I thought I’d share my (slightly) kidlit costume this year. Yup that’s me and my pink hair as Strawberry Shortcake!
Also be sure to check out these AMAZING Kidlit inspired Jack-o-Lanterns that I posted last year!
Have a spook-tacular Halloween everyone!
What happens when you put pumpkins and kidlit books into your witches brew? Kidlit-Jack-o-Lantern-Awesomeness of course! So while you’re dressing up in your super sexy Halloween costume and gorging yourself on candy enjoy these super fun Halloween pumpkins:
My Pumpkin this year was in honor of The Hunger Games:
The rest of these I found on the internet. There’s lots of Kidlit pumpkin love out there!
Where The Wild Things Are:
Dr. Seuss Themed Pumpkins:
The Cat in The Hat
Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book:
The Chronicles of Narnia:
The Very Hungry Caterpillar:
The Vampire Diaries:
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory:
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!
For the Halloween season I thought I’d celebrate one of my favorite YA books (The Hunger Games) with a rockin’ Mocking Jay Jack-o-lantern!
Happy Hunger Games Halloween!