Lawn Fawn Intro: Costume Party, Village Border + Trick or Treat Border

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Fall/Winter 2017 Inspiration and Release week! On August 24th our 14 new stamp sets and their coordinating dies, 24 new stand alone die sets, 3 new paper collections, 4 new ink cube sets and our brand new glitter and embossing powder will be for sale at your favorite store and at www.lawnfawn.com! Woohoo!
This week we will focus on 4 new stamp sets and their coordinating dies, 12 standalone dies, and our Knock on Wood paper collection! Then in September and October we will highlight the rest of this Fall/Winter 2017 Release with design team samples, intro videos and of course, giveaways!

We already have one place you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
AND today’s post too! ๐Ÿ™‚

Today is our showcase of Costume Party with its coordinating dies, Village Border, and Trick or Treat Border! Our Costume Party stamp set is filled with cute costumed kids, accessories and fun sentiments for your Halloween cards and party invitations! These stamps are great for Halloween or for โ€œmagicalโ€ cards featuring a unicorn or dinosaur! Village Border is a scene builder die set for building spooky Halloween scenes or adding charming village detail to cards for all occasions! Our Trick or Treat Border is a delicate scripty word border die for adding a fun greeting to cards, scrapbook and planner pages and Halloween decorations!  The design team has made the most amazing samples!  We also have intro videos showcasing some fun ways to use these sets!

Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love! ๐Ÿ™‚

Melissa S created an awesome spooky scene for these adorable Costume Party kids with our Village Border and a cool night sky background! Our Stitched Hillside Backdrop adds fun hillside layers and a frame for the fun scene!

Chari set the scene for her Costume Party card using the new Birch Trees dies! I love how the costumed kids appear to be adding TP to the trees in a Halloween trick!

Circle shaped cards are always just extra cute, and Elise made this cutie stand out with bold color! The Sugarplum Stitched Cloud Backdrop makes the cute characters pop!
I love Yainea‘s swirly watercolor night sky, it sets the scene for the Village Border and cute little Costume Party mummy! Adding glitter to the Trick or Treat Border takes this fun design up a notch!
Elena‘s cute trio of “unicorn girls” star in her magical card design! I love the versatility of these fun characters that they can be used year-round!

Jenn‘s trick or treat scene is so adorable! The Stitched Woodgrain Backdrop in Sugarplum adds a cheery bit of Halloween color!
Wow, Lizzy‘s night sky is amazing in shades of purple! I love how she cut the Trick or Treat Border from Cilantro cardstock for a cheery pop of extra color!

I love how Audrey combined that awesome blended background with the bold stripes on the card base! She built her charming scene by layering Cute Cobweb and the phone from Selfie Frames and then finished it off with the greeting on a Bannertastic banner!

I love how Ivy used Lift the Flap on this adorable Costume Party card! It looks like a trick on the outside but lift the flap for the candy treats!

Such a fun card by Chari! I love the tone on tone background she created using Trick or Treat Border, and the glittery Village Border is just so fabulous! The cute little ghost and bat are from our new Scalloped Treat Box Haunted House Add-on!

Sugarplum and Noble Fir cardstock combine to add cool Halloween color to Elise‘s adorable Costume Party scene! She used our Stitched Tree Borders to add an eerie look to the landscape!

Latisha‘s clean and simple card design is just so charming! I love that the costumed kids are holding hands; such a sweet detail!

Nichol‘s amazing night sky and the gray tones of her coloring add spookiness to this fabulous Costume Party card!

Ivy‘s cheerfully adorable shaker card is so sweet in shades of pink and purple! It’s the perfect design for celebrating a little girl’s birthday!
Jenn used Knock on Wood Garden Bench paper as a backdrop for her simply adorable Costume Party scene!

The cute costumed witch is revealed in happy colors on Kristin‘s darling Magic Color Slider card! She layered a Cute Cobweb die cut for added detail!

I love how Lynnette included all the little candies and pumpkins in her cute Halloween vignette! She paired Knock on Wood Garden Bench paper with panel of last year’s Perfectly Plaid Fall Maple Syrup paper on which she added detail using a Stitched Scalloped Border!

I love how Nicole used the constellations from Upon a Star on her cute little circle scene! Stitched Woodgrain Backdrop and the tiny spider from Cute Cobweb add adorable detail!

 Now, I have a video for you showing Costume Party in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.
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Here’s a video showcasing Village Border with some creative ways to use this versatile new Lawn Cuts die set! You can watch it here or at our YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for watching!


And now I have a quick video to introduce our new word border dies Trick or Treat Border and So Thankful for You Border! Here’s a link to this video at our YouTube channel or you can watch it below.

Thanks for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Costume Party and its coordinating dies, Village Border and Trick or Treat Border! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about your favorite costume by August 23rd at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this stamp set! (If you already own this stamp set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday August 18th for our next inspiration week post!
Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys! ๐Ÿ™‚ 

Fall/Winter 2017 Products Available on August 24th:
Costume Party stamps and coordinating dies
Village Border
Trick or Treat Border
Birch Trees
Stitched Woodgrain Backdrop
Knock on Wood paper collection
Cute Cobweb
Stitched Hillside Backdrop
Scalloped Treat Box Haunted House Add-on
Chunky Glitter
White Embossing Powder

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

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410 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Costume Party, Village Border + Trick or Treat Border

  1. Halloween isn't celebrated in our country. Bot I dressed up my daughter as a Butterfly in Fancy Dress competition and she stood first there!
    Love the new village die!

  2. from this stampset it is definitely the pumpkin.
    As I am Dutch and live in the Netherlands, Halloween was not celebrated when I was growing up. Now it is celebrated, but it is usually in a scary sort of way – which is not my cup of tea. But would I have worn a costume it would probably, no most certainly, be Disney-related is one way or another

  3. Love Halloween but I usually give oranges instead of candy๐Ÿ˜‚ Now I can give cut coloring bookmarks or something. I love the pumpkin costume and the dinosaur best.

  4. My favorite costume was one that I made for my son who wanted to be an octopus. Since we couldn't find one, I made it out of felt, a glue gun (I don't sew), and batting. He looked so cute. Just as cute as Lawn Fawn stamps!

  5. So cute love all the designs!! my favourite costume was cruella deville i had coloured hair spray and did the half white half black thing! it was a brilliant party and the spray didn't come out for a week ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. My favorite costume was a funky witch with a purple hair wig and bright neon green and black. I didn't want to look like a scary witch. So many wonderful Halloween cards. Love the little costumes and the toilet paper is so fun!

  7. The new village border die is awesome! Love it!
    Halloween is not celebrated in my country, I only started getting into the spirit when I moved to the UK. Going around with the kids for trick or treat was fun.I was dressed as a witch ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. It's not much popular here. I was 3 times on a Halloween Party. Everytime as a witch. So nothing special ๐Ÿ˜‰
    But since 3-4 years more and more kids celebrate Halloween. It make me happy to give them sweet Halloween bags with snacks in it. Every year a different bag, of course ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Oh how cute!!! My fav costume was actually one I made for my son when he was 6 yrs old. Having very little money, I took a groc store paper bag & totally covered it with green crepe paper "V"s, added a tail, put a little face paint on, & voila… an alligator!

  10. Love those cute little costume kids stamps. One of my favorite costumes was one my daughter wore when she was about 2 years old. It was a Dalmatian suit, and she looked absolutely adorable.

  11. My fav. costume would be… Kitty! I became a kitty on Halloween many times in my life! LOL btw, I love the sentiment dies for Halloween & Thanksgiving! Can't wait for tomorrow!

  12. Love the cute costume stamp set. My favorite custom is when I dressed up as a playboy bunny, had so much fun. One year, I dressed up my one month son as a Indian and my daughter as Ariel the mermaid. They were the cutest kids. Thanks for sharing.

  13. Hooray for Halloween stamps and dies. These are amazing! I haven't had very many creative Halloween costumes but I am planning on dressing the dogs up this year! Maybe a sushi party

  14. My favourite costume ever was Indiana Jones! My dad had gone to Australia and come back with a fedora hat and a whip, so I knew exactly what I was dressing up as for Halloween!

  15. Such a great assortment of card ideas with these new products. We never bought costumes when growing up it was what ever we could find around the house to use…..hobo or granny in a house coat and hair rollers.
    DebbieC

  16. Everything is so adorable!! I love the little costume kids :):) and the new neighborhood die!

    I don't really ever remember having a fave costume, although my mom did use black garbage bags stuffed with news paper to make my sister and I into California Raisins back in the early 90s – THAT was my most memorable!

  17. Costume dress up is a blast. We hit the thrift stores for ball gowns and over sized high heels so we could be debutantes!

  18. Super adorable stamps!! Great projects by the dt!! Dressing up was too long ago to remember my favorite costume, now as an older adult I just love Halloween because I can get lots of orange stuff! (orange is my favorite color!!)

  19. Costume Party might be my NEW favorite stamp set!!! It is so much fun! ๐Ÿ™‚ I love Halloween. It is my favorite holiday. I dress up each year. My favorite costume recently was Russell (the little Wilderness Explorer boy) from the movie Up. I made my own sash with merit badges. All of my badges were different Lawn Fawn images die cut into circles!! I also had a helium balloon bouquet tied to my backpack. And, I won a costume contest that year!

  20. What a fantastic first day of inspiration โค๏ธ There are so many amazing cards!! My favorite costume… that's difficult because I have several but If I had to pick one I think it would be Alice in wonderland.

  21. SCREAM!!! I can not even handle how cute the costume party pack is!!!!! And all these amazing ideas!!! I am beyond excited to start playing with this release ๐Ÿ˜€

  22. Love the Lift the Flap and Magic Color Slider cards – so fun!! My favorite was a giant pumpkin costume my mom sewed for me when I was in elementary school. We stuffed it with newspaper or something so I looked HUGE. I think we even won a contest that year. Great memories! ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Oh my gosh these creations are so CUTE!! Love all of the wonderful scenes that have been created!! I think my favorite costume that I wore was a black cat. I made my own tail and ears and painted up my face…and that was after I had kids!! LOL!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. My favorite costume is when I went as Edward Scissorhands in 2013 and I won Best Costume! It was a total DIY costume too, with black leather pants and a long-sleeve black tee. I used a cheap black wig, cut it to make it crazy, and then did all my costume makeup myself (I'm a makeup artist by day). I handmade some "scissors" onto gloves!

  25. My favorite costume of the set is the unicorn it is too adorable!! I actually was a unicorn for Halloween when I was little. I was maybe 4 and my mom sewed the costume for me ๐Ÿ™‚ It was purple and silky. A few years back I made a light-up unicorn horn for Halloween it has become a reoccurring theme for me!!

  26. A couple of years ago I made my daughter a Woody (from Toy Story) costume. It even had the pull string on the back of the vest. My son still wears it from time to time. It was so fun!

  27. Love the village border! Cute costumes but you simply can't top last years Happy Howloween set with the Dachshunds! And I was fortunate enough to get the Happy Howlidays to match!

  28. My favorite costume was one I created for myself when I was 9. I went as a shopaholic. It was all very 1990s. I had a neon shirt complete with puffy paint designs on the front, a side pony tail and tons of shopping bags from popular stores.

  29. My all time favorite costume from quite a few years back is "Prince" was such a fun costume to put together and all pieces I came from the thrift store! ๐Ÿ˜‰โ˜บ

  30. So impressed with all these inspiring card ideas! ๐Ÿ˜ Absolutely love the spooky village die. My favourite Halloween costume would have to be when I dressed up as Poison Ivy from batman. Took a while to make the whole outfit, but I wore it for a few consecutive years so it was worth it ๐ŸŽƒ

  31. Love all the Halloween cards. My favorite costume was the one my 2 year old granddaughter wore. She wore an orange sweatshirt and pants outfit. The pumpkin face was made from yellow felt and ironed onto the sweatshirt and she also wore the cutest pumpkin top on her head. She was the cutest little pumpkin and received 1st place in her age division for the pumpkin contest that year.

  32. Not the biggest personal fan of Halloween; but these stamps and dies just might change my mind! Too cute!! My mom made almost all of my costumes growing up, and my favorite has to be when I was Sylvester the Cat from Looney Tunes when I was 8.

  33. This is hands down my favorite set! I can't wait for my pre-order to show up!! ๐Ÿค— The unicorn is awesome! My most favorite Halloween costume was when my mom stayed up all night to make me a Jesture costume! I still get handmade costumes every year & im almost 40! Hah!

  34. My granddaughters would love those sparkly unicorn cards!! I'm old and can't remember any of my costumes, but I love seeing my grandkids dressed up and having fun!

  35. Love these stamps and dies! My favorite costume is a princess costume I made for my daughter when she was little. Still have it and hope I'll have a grandchild who can wear it someday.

  36. I think my favorite Halloween costume I've done was dressing up as a camoflagued soldier in middle school. I think that's the last time I went trick or treating for myself!

    I haven't made Halloween themed cards but these items are SO much fun!

  37. Wowza! The inspiration samples are fantastic! One of my favorite costumes was when a friend and I dressed up as Raggedy Ann and Andy.

  38. Love the borders and the Halloween kids are SO cute!!!! I remember these costumes when I was a kid, they were aliens and had blow up heads that you wore like a hat. You colored your face green, so it matched in with a cape. It was so funny.

  39. Fall is my favorite time of year so I am loving the sneak peaks of the new products. My favorite Halloween costume was when my mom made me into a Hershey Kiss one year when I was little. She formed the kiss body from poster board and covered the whole thing with foil. There was even a Hershey kiss tag at my neck.

  40. Fabulous release! I NEED it all! I was always a witch! But my kids were so many things-as an infant they were a cow to a monster, ghost, dressed as a woman in highheels to so much more! Fun times! Can't wait to get my hands on these!!

  41. I can't really remember my various kid costumes, but when I was in college my mom made me a penguin costume for a party I was going to, and I still have it and have worn it many times in my adult years! It is a great costume.

  42. My favorite costume is the little dinosaur my son wore when he was a year old. He managed to squeeze into it for dress up play for four more years! Guess it was his favorite too!

  43. Loved seeing the videos and the cut outs for behind the windows are great! One of my favorite costumes was when our daughter put a Steeler jersey on our golden retriever and took him out with her little brother trick or treating and introduced the dog as our Golden Receiver : ) Thanks for the chance to play!

  44. Favorite costume ever? Easy peasy: my infant daughter's bumble bee costume–squee! Way too adorable! And Kelly, I have to say, I love what you did with the colorful village border–brilliant!

  45. Such cute costumes ๏ฟฝ๏ฟฝ! I can't wait for Halloween, it's so fun! My favorite costume is a tigger costume that all of my girls wore when the were about one year old.

  46. Can't wait for this release!! Such cute stamps and ideas. My favorite costume was the year my son was a cowboy and my daughter a fairy. It was the first year I didn't make their costumes and Halloween was so easy that year.

  47. So many fantastic projects! My favourite costume when I was growing up was actually one my brother made. He dressed up as roadkill – I know, sounds a little weird, but he was in his late teens or early twenties. It was a garbage bag decorated as a road with a stuffed raccoon stuck on and then I did his face make up as a skull. It was a pretty funny costume and was great helping him create it ๐Ÿ™‚

  48. Adorable sets and such fun samples. Love that village border! my favorite costume was my daughter's first Halloween costume. We dressed her up as Oscar the Grouch. The garbage can lid on her head was a frisbee wrapped in tin foil. We painted her hands and face in green and dressed her in a green sweatshirt and brown pants. She really looked adorable. Thanks for the fun preview! Awesome new stamps and dies!

  49. Adorable projects! My favorite costume was the year my hubby and I dressed up as Wilma and Fred Flintstone, my all time favorite cartoon!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

  50. My favorite costume was worn by my son when he was maybe 8. He and his dad had become fans of the old Zorro tv show from the 50s or 60s and would watch them late at night. Christopher dressed as Zorro that Halloween. He wore the cape, mask, hat and carried a plastic sword. He looked so cute!

  51. When I was little my mom made me a pink Care Bear costume that I wasn't crazy about (I wanted to be the brown one). When my little brother had to wear the same costume a few years later I thought it was the best thing ever!!! LOL

  52. Money was tight so getting a store bought costume was never really an option so we always just went simply. I was a rock star more than once and in the 80's that was so much fun! I love all the inspiration in today's post. I pre-ordered this set from Simon Says Stamp and I'm so excited to get them next week. ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. I was so fortunate that my mother could make my Halloween costumes. If I could dream it up she could make it. My favorite costume had to be as an adult when I dressed up as a genie. I wistfully look back at that picture and wish I looked like I was 20 again! ๐Ÿ™‚

  54. Well, it's not MY favorite costume but my son's that I loved so much. One year he was Abe Lincoln. We made his beard out of llama hair. He was adorable. The next year he was Albert Einstein and once again we made his hair out of llama hair. fun!!!!

  55. We always had those inexpensive plastic costumes and the face masks, where it was hard to breathe! None were my favorite, but it's nice to reminisce!

  56. My favorite costume was my son being a christmas present. Cut some holes in a box wrapped with paper, slip it over his head and arms and put a bow on his head. Really cute! And simple!

  57. My favorite costume, was actually was for my Dad and son. When my son was about 8 years old, my Dad made costumes and did the complete make up all the way to include the screws in the neck for a haunted house they were in. They both looked so realistic, with the green faces and blood dripping from their stitches. It was so funny to see a 6'2 Frankenstein being followed by a 4 ft Franskenstein.

  58. Love all the wonderful inspiration, wonderful! My husband and I dressed as mimes once and we looked good but ended up being allergic to the white makeup! lol

  59. So much inspiration and soo many amazing cards! Thanks for leaving links to the other crafters blogs. Spent hours exploring them! My favorite costume was when my sister dressed up as the Progressive lady, Flo. Different, yet clever!

  60. I would have to say my favorite costume was when I dressed up as an old woman with powder in my hair and a pillow case stuffed in my backside….No one at the party knew it was me. I fooled them all.

  61. These are so cute! The stamps are great. My favorite costumes are the ones my mom sewed me when I was younger. I love that she took the time to do something like that.

  62. My favorite was when I was a hobo (4th grade). My parents helped fix me up….jeans, a big old jacket of my dad's and a gentleman's hat. We made my face look dirty, etc. etc. Had the most fun that….it stands out on my childhood memories. ๐Ÿ™‚ AND Lawn Fawn is showing some CUTE new stamps!!!!

  63. Fun fun and more fun. I love the pumpkin person. I am going to be broke if your designer keep coming out with cute designs

  64. One of my fave costumes was last year…i was little red riding hood & my hubby was the big bad wolf in his granny night gown & night cap.
    Love this costume release~simply adorable!

  65. I used to work in a fabric store and on of the ladies there gifted me with a land shark costume (we had to wear costumes to work) and she had two because she had one she had created for her husband years before. It was awesome, I still have it.

  66. Love those costume kids and the village border?? So many possibilities!!! I'm loving this release, well, I love every release!!

    My favorite costume was a handmade (by mom) Indian complete with head dress! It was amazing!!

  67. My favorite costume for me was when my husband and I dressed up in scrubs and carried a cooler with "human tissue" (aka toilet paper!). I have to say that dressing my kids up for Halloween when they were younger was even MORE fun. Halloween is spooky fun for the little ones!

  68. The Costume Party stamp set is amazing. I just love the little stamp images like the toilet paper, candy bowl, candy, etc. So many possibilities. Love the kids dressed up in the cute costumes. The design team projects are amazing!

  69. My favorite was being a black kitty cat. In fact I must have loved it more than I realized because I now own the most adorable black kitty cat.

  70. My favourite costume is my Zombie Hunter costume that I wore at a Zombie themed crop last year. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  71. Such an amazing inspiration from the DT. The stamp set is so cute ๐Ÿ™‚ I so much love Halloween, even though we don't have Halloween in our country, but my favorite costume would be a witch for sure.

  72. Cuteness overload. My favorite costume was for my kids. I made all the costumes (apparently needed no sleep then), my daughter was Jasmine, my middle son Prince Ali and my 5 month old was the monkey. I made the Prince Ali costume and cape with velcro and lots of tucks. That was played with for years. The cape became a superhero cape. Made all the time worthwhile. Brings a smile to me now just thinking about it. Thanks for the question

  73. Super cute projects and a sweet costume set!!! Halloween is my favorite holiday up there tied with Christmas! Wow gosh.. my favorite costume.. well it wasn't mine but my daughter had a costume a few years ago and she was a witch… the costume itself was unlike most witch costumes.. it was multi-colored with the Halloween colors (Green, purple, orange, black, yellow, etc) and the entire skirt portion of the costume lit up purple and orange and was just so beautiful on her. I still have that same costume, cannot seem to part with it. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

  74. I don't have any favorite costumes for my but one year I dressed up my son when he was a baby as a Gold Fish and my older son as a fisherman. LOVED all the pictures ๐Ÿ™‚
    (They were not as thrilled as I was)

  75. I grew up in the country so we didn't get to trick or treat much. I think my favorite was when my daughter was a princess. My kids would probably say when they got to pick costumes from the store instead of home made.

  76. It's been so many years since I dressed for Halloween.
    My memory isn't that long. I do remember a costume
    I made for my granddaughter (and that was at least 25
    years ago). I made two large circles, attached them
    with straps – to make her an M&M.
    Cute stamp sets. thanks for sharing.

  77. I love to make scenes with my cards.
    Village Border will make some great
    scenes. Fantastic release.
    thanks for sharing.
    I'm afraid I don't remember the costumes
    I wore when I was little. I do know that
    my mother made all of them. She was
    a fantastic seamstress.

  78. My favorite costume was from 3rd grade, my mom made me into a tree. I wore dark green tights and the trunk was made from burlap, it was very itchy but I still loved it.

  79. Halloween isn't as big here in the UK as in the US, so i never got to trick or treat as a kid, but my favorite costume my mum put together for me once, was Wonder Woman. i loved it!

  80. It's wonderful to see kids so excited to go around the neighborhood in their costumes trick or tweeting. When I see them, it brings back so many memories of when I did it. Oh to be young again, at least a couple of years anyway. My favorite costume was as the good witch in the Wizard of Oz. Mom made a wand out of the cardboard part of a hangar and added a sparkly star to the end after painting it and my cardboard crown a pretty gold.

  81. I love the dinosaur costume in this set. Of my own costumes I've done over the years, my favorite is being a pirate. My husband also has a pirate costume and we wear them together a few times, including at the renaissance faire.

  82. My costume was always weird clothes and painted up my face to look ugly. I'd carry a pillow sack for my treats. Didn't have money to buy costumes back in the '50s. Love what you did with the cards with these sweet stamps.

  83. Costume Party stamp set is adorable! When I was a child my mom made me a sheep costume with pillow stuffing and a balaclava and I loved it! Since then I have a thing for sheep, and that is why Baaah Humbug stamp set is one of my favorites ๐Ÿ™‚

  84. I have a fear of people in costumes so I can't say I've ever had a favourite. We did dress my sister all in black one year and cover our front porch in black cloth lit with just a black light so she appeared to be a floating head and hands passing out candy. It was a hit with trick or treaters.

  85. When I was young, I made a full body penguin costume out of chicken wire shell, which held over my shoulders by belts, and covered in black fuzzy material (and a white belly.) I made a matching hood and wore a mask with an orange beak. It was hard t get in and out of, but it was so fun! Thanks for the chance to win these pretty dies! And I LOVE the costumed kids!

  86. I can't think of one of myself but I've made different costumes for my kids (boy and girl). I don't think I could pick a favorite there, either. There was only one time I used a pattern (tinkerbell – I could've done it without). A few of the costumes I can think of: Spongebob, a pile of leaves, tin man and Dorothy, English teabag, Lego.

  87. As a kind I didn't really like dressing up…it's something I rediscovered as an adult! My favorite costume is a zombie costume: last year I had so much fun adding splatters to some old clothes and doing my own zombie make up!

  88. I was a red crayon one year. I live in Michigan, and my mom had this book about how to make a bunch of costume using oversized sweatsuits so you could fit them over your winter coat ๐Ÿ˜€

  89. My mom made me some pretty cool outfits when I was a kid for Halloween. I think my favorite when I was Laura from Little House on the Prairie. I would wear it to a local place that was a historical village and it was pretty fun.

  90. My favorite Holloween costume was a Lotto ball I was number zero and my date was number one so together we were ten. I love the word dies. Can't wait to see what is in tomorrow's video.

  91. My favorite costume was when I dressed up as a pirate for my company's Halloween costume party. I had a fancy pirate dress, hat and boots. My boss lent me a fake bird he had on his desk, so I attached it to my shoulder like it was a parrot. I ended up winning the award for Most Elaborate Costume.

  92. Although she had never seen Batman, my four-year-old insisted on creating such a costume out of a towel, rain boots, and a mask she made herself out of construction paper. It was unforgettable!

  93. My favorite costume was a little girls fisherman's overalls made from satin ( it was a costume for a tap dancing recital) and the best part was that I carried a fishing pole (dowel) with a gold fish made from shiny gold satin.

  94. How adorable are these little critters ๐Ÿ™‚ I love all these cards! My favourite costume is a tiger one – I always add a lot of face make-up, and it looks fantastic! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  95. I LOVE Ivy Wong's card and the King Sized sentiment!! My favorite costume was my angel costume I wore as a teenager and my boyfriend went as the devil. Those costumes made my father very uncomfortable….lol

  96. My favorite costume ever was when I went as Count Dracula and my husband was the Wolfman – we spent almost all day painting our faces and gluing fur to his face and hands! What made it so funny was that I was 8 months pregnant with our daughter! We actually won a prize that night for our costumes! I love this whole release so far and can't wait to see the other posts and videos! Samples so far have been fantastic!

  97. Most years my friends and I dress up together, we rotate who gets to choose the theme for us all, last year I made everyone dress as different ingredients on a burger, I was the tomato, we would then stand next to each other to make up the ๐Ÿ”, it was worth it just to see the looks on people faces when it dawned on them what we were up to ๐Ÿ™‚

  98. One of my favorite costumes was when I dressed up as a go-go dancer. I had these white boots with really big platform heels and a big wig. I'm only 5'2", so it made me feel really tall – ha!

  99. My FAVE costume was dressing up as Pebbles from the Flintstones. I even made the Bone's for in my hair, on a necklace and for my earrings.
    Awesome designs for all the new products. LOVE, LOVE and LOVE!

  100. Lots of great cards, going to copy these ideas for my cards to family. My favorite costume is a hot dog in a bun that our neighbor dresses his Dachshund in every Halloween, He is adorable!!

  101. My favorite costume was when I dressed like an old lady and did break dance moves for my neighbors to get extra candy (can't do that anymore). But that was the most fun and memorable Halloween as a kid. I love all these new goodies!

  102. I used to have a cow costume, complete with udders protruding from the belly. People would come up and squeeze them, never asking, just fondle my udders. But the funniest thing: Aunt had a Halloween party and I wore my cow costume. We had to walk along a path, bordered by the cow pasture and while I walked, one of the bulls started mooing (or whatever bulls do) and started following me as I walked. I latched on to my hubby, told him if I get molested by a bull, I'd be pretty upset! Lol. I managed to escape the bulls amorous advances, and I stayed very clear of that area for the rest of the night!

  103. What amazing, Fabulous and stinkin' adorable cards!!!
    My favorite costume is an 1800 period ball gown that I own with the hoop skirt and Corset to boot! I wear it when my husband and I went to the Widder's Ball. So much fun!!

  104. Such cuteness!!! That village is adorable! My fave costume was the one I made for my son when he was a goldfish. He decided to wear it three years in a row ๐Ÿ˜‰

  105. Cute monsters in the Halloween stamp sets…don't have a favorite costume, but a favorite memory was going to the Halloween party at WDW and seeing all the wonderful costumes families came up with!

  106. Most of my costumes were homemade because we had very little money growing up so I was either a ghost or a witch but one year I was able to wear a store bought costume and I was a munchichi, I was pretty cute ๐Ÿ˜‰

  107. Halloween is my favorite holiday but for cute not scary characters. My favorite costume is to dress up as a pretty witch and give out lots of candy. I love the border village die. It is on my must own list. Love all the inspiration.

  108. My favorite Halloween costume was when I was a freshman in high school not really sure what you would call what I was, but I wore one of my grandmother's old prom dresses that was in mint condition. I looked kinda like a peasant girl. The dress was gorgeous.

  109. My favorite costume was my home-made Sleeping Beauty dress! It was hand sewn with such detail and made with love by my Aunt. I was also a Pound Puppy one year–also home-made–it's amazing what you can do with a set of white long johns and brown felt circles! Thanks for the chance to win!

  110. I have subscribed to your youtube channel. My favourite halloween costume was actually my son's. I dressed him up like Mr. Fredrickson from "Up" when he was 2 years old. Super adorable!

  111. my favorite costume growing up was a fairy costume my mom made for me. The favorite part was a magic wand complete with a star that my brother made for me!

  112. My favorite costume was when I was too poor to buy one so I made a spider by sewing tubes of black fabric from an old top stuffed with old clothing to a black sweatshirt. I connected them with fishing line…stuck a few plastic spiders in my hair…and move over Morticia.

  113. I think it would have to be my princess costume, though because of the cold in CO I only wore that to school and was a hobo for actual trick or treating.

  114. Love those stamps, and the village border is super cute! I always enjoyed dressing up as a witch. I remember I had a witch costume that my mum made me, and it even had a little white spider (made from pipe cleaners) dangling from the hat!

  115. My mom always made all of our costumes growing up and my FAVORITE year was when we were the Charactors from the Wizard of Oz!! I was the Lion and I absolutely LOVED it!! โค๏ธ๐Ÿฆโค๏ธ

  116. From the set, I love the mummy and the dinosaur costume! One of my favourite costumes as a kid was a witch costume that my mom made – I wore it for multiple Halloweens.

  117. Oh my goodness! These are all so cute!!! I'd have to say that my favorite costume is Wonder Woman. When I was little, I'd dress as Wonder Woman even when it wasn't Halloween and tell all the neighborhood kids that I was really her ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜‚

  118. Love your colorful neighborhoodcard ๐Ÿ™‚ But I don't have a favorite costume, but I guess it would be some kind of animal – with fur and cute ears on my head.

  119. Loving all of these new releases…looking forward to 8/24 to order. My favorite costume that I wore one Halloween was a Lobster costume. Being from Cape Cod, MA..that was a given to be a lobster…thanks for a chance to win.

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