This year for our annual Costume Party, my sister Rachel decided that we should co-ordinate and all go in a Ghostbusters theme.
I was in charge of making the nametags for the guys' suits. I wrote them out with a ruler and then transferred them to the fabric with dressmaker's carbon. I used the regular zig-zag function on my sewing machine to "embroider" them.
I sewed ghost costumes for the kids. They tied for 3rd place (with each other) in the costume contest at Meijer (our local supermarket) and each got a $5 gift card!
Here my mom (complete with broken hand) is helping me take the kids Trick-or-Treating to the downtown businesses.
Here is the Ghostbuster with the ghosts he "caught". (Although, the girls kept trying to catch Daddy!)
Here are all 3 Ghostbusters.
My sister, Rachel (a lady ghost in the movie) and her husband, Jason (Ray Stantz in the movie). Rachel opted for colorful ghosts.
(their kids were miscellanious animals and etc)
Spaghetti - proton streams
Jell-O - Slime
Mississippi Mud Pie - Stay Puft Marshallow goo
Punch - Slime
Twinkies - they used them as a demonstration
Veggie Pizza - "No Ghost" symbol
I made the "Veggie Pizza". It took about 40 minutes to decorate! I should have used cauliflower for the ghost to be a "true" veggie pizza, but I used Mozzerella cheese. The red and black parts are both bell peppers.
Sarah and Katherine visiting