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Friday, October 9, 2009

Homemade Halloween Costume Contest - Let the Voting Begin!

By Rachel H

The entries are in! Thank you to all of our moms and dads who submitted entries into the TSP Homemade Halloween Costume Contest! We were so impressed with your ideas! Now it is all up to our readers to decide the winners. Everyone please take a moment to scroll through and vote on your favorite costume by clicking the link at the end of the blog. (Only one vote per person, please!) Double-click on any of the photos below for a close-up view.

Readers will have until Wednesday, the 14th at 5pm to place their votes. We will tally the votes that evening and the five costumes with the most votes will be announced as our winners on Thursday, the 15th at 2pm. Our winners will each receive 4 tickets to Disney on Ice. They will also appear on Fox 8 Morning News on Monday, October 19th.

We hope these costumes will give you some inspiration in designing costumes for your own family this year. Good luck to all!

Mercer the Good Wicked Witch

Brock as Lightning McQueen

Emma the Lollipop

Ryan the Lobster in a Clam Shell
(Baby Ryan is the lobster and Dad is in the background)

Alex the Turtle

Mason the Devil

Sisterhood of the Traveling Purses

Phoenix the Pipe Organ

Carter Nicholas the Octopus

DJ as Peter Pan

Louis the Cheeseburger & AJ the Hotdog

Maddie the Three-headed Skeleton

Tanner the Centaur

Owen the Native American

Voting has now ended.


Kelly G. said...

Wow, these are awesome. Hats off, parents!

Jennie said...

These are terrific! Wonderful work on everyone's part. Wish I would have gotten my act together in time to participate!!!

Jen P. said...

Love ALL of them - nice job!

Ashley H. (CSP) said...

What a bunch of CONTENDERS! It was really hard to choose just one, you all did such a great job! Way to bring it Smarties, you certainly raised the Halloween bar.

Anonymous said...

Greta costumes! I am so impressed. They all did a wonderful job!

Anonymous said...

That's "GREAT" not greta. :)

Sandra said...

Wonderful costumes! Wish I had been that creative and talented when my children were little.

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