Hawky Halloween

The children decided to go as various birds of prey this year for Halloween: Evie as a peregrine falcon; Jack as a bald Eagle; and James as a barn owl. Separately, the Fox kids decided the same things, so Marijke and I worked together to create wings. The kids and I also made origami-like masks to go with their costumes. As usual, Halloween was a blast and far too much candy was consumed!

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  1. Great costumes! Ashley, you and your friend are so creative. I’m sure it was fun getting all the kids outfitted!?

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Hawky Halloween

The children decided to go as various birds of prey this year for Halloween: Evie as a peregrine falcon; Jack as a bald Eagle; and James as a barn owl. Separately, the Fox kids decided the same things, so Marijke and I worked together to create wings. The kids and I also made origami-like masks to go with their costumes. As usual, Halloween was a blast and far too much candy was consumed!

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Hawky Halloween

The children decided to go as various birds of prey this year for Halloween: Evie as a peregrine falcon; Jack as a bald Eagle; and James as a barn owl. Separately, the Fox kids decided the same things, so Marijke and I worked together to create wings. The kids and I also made origami-like masks to go with their costumes. As usual, Halloween was a blast and far too much candy was consumed!

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