I'd like to thank the makers of felt, Pinterest and too much
Also, these masks were super easy and fun to make; although, for visual impairment reasons, I only wore mine for this picture and to come up behind people and say hello with a straight face. Now, I really want to make more masks, perhaps for next halloween, a masquerade ball, or any criminal activity that we might stumble upon and need to put a stop to. Paper mache, watch out, I'm feeling some inspiration flowing my way.
As for our Halloween-y activities, we watched a bit of Hocus Pocus (best Halloween movie ever, just so ya know), took photos on center street for a photo assignment (which allowed us to see lots of interesting costumes, including a too realistic Joker a la Heath Ledger variety), and bought the newest Orson Scott Card book (so good!).
Even though nights at home are awesome, we've decided that we are going to step up our celebration of holidays and random events. Luckily, Guy Fawkes Day is coming up. We're working on a life-sized effigy for the burning. (If anyone is down for a bonfire Monday night, it's on. Otherwise I'm just kidding.)