Now, to continue...
Here are a few offerings to set the proper holiday spirit(s).
just think of all of the ghouls and goblins that might arrive for the nuptials and the resulting photo album would be much more interesting.
One can not forget birthdays either...
"Eye'll be watching you"
mwah hahahahahahaha*cough...cough* hahahahahahahhaha
[evil laughter is hard on the throat]
They each got a free cookie for these outfits even though I didn't hear any "meeps"
Vikings make excellent workers however...
curbing their desire to break into an operatic solo is not a simple task.
Usually, I think of fabulous outfits several days after All Hallow's Eve and then say to self...
"Self, start work on this right now so you will have it ready for next year"
and then I don't pay attention and end up doing something last minute but not this year...
This year, I actually had an idea for a costume before All Hallow's Eve
and I think it turned out nicely and now I can embellish further for next year...or next week...or next Spring...
maybe it will become the new work uniform ;)
Keep a wary eye out my fellow bakers...
I am especially fond of the hat. Steampunk Baker
is presented for your consideration
I need to track down and/or make some Holsters for the leg next year and possibly a larger bandolier...so many possibilites.
Yes, the pastry bags are lit from within, what kind of Steampunk Baker would I be without my pastry bags ready to frost at a moment's notice?
I have noticed that the rolling pin and staff could also be used for a
"Conana the Barbarian/Red Sonja" theme.
Nahhhhh, Steampunk offers so many style possibilities, it's impossible to consider other options.
[I know it's random but it's a rather jazzy & chipper horror tune]
Happy All Hallow's Eve everyone!