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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Show and Tell Friday....a bit of Halloween from the past!

Show and Tell Friday time , thank you to Cindy for being our hostess at,http://romantichome.blogspot.com/ ,.
Be sure and check out her fabulous blog and all those who are Showing and Telling
this week!

I was reliving some of my Halloween past this week. So thought I would show and tell about
something from about 45 years ago.
My first Halloween costume!
This is the one I had when I was about 5 years old.
A fairy princess costume.
It has seen much better days and I couldn't figure out a way to take photos of it looking
more magazine like. It is what it is, old and wrinkled, probably like me, LOL!
Remember these old acetate ones with cardboard accessories.
Probably only cost a few dollars back then.
But we did also make many of our costumes back in the day, it was always a challenge to
come up with something but fun.
Boy have the costumes gotten more elaborate in present day.
My mother has a hard time parting with things, sometimes that is good and sometimes bad, but at least we have some things from our childhood because of it.
(Click on photos to enlarge)



See I even had a crown back then, even if it was cardboard!


Even came with it's own cardboard fairy princess wand, what
every little girl needs!
Hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween!
Will you as an adult be dressing up?




15 comments:

My Vintage Treasures said...

How amazing that you still have your costume!!!

Have a HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

Diann said...

Wow! How awesome tat you ahve this great costume!

Have a great day!

Hootin' Anni said...

So, so sweet! To have saved this through the years is just too awesome.

My Show n Tell is a slide show this week.

Happy weekend, happy Halloween if you observe it...no matter, just BE SAFE!

CLICK HERE for my Show n Tell

Sue said...

How fun to have something from your past! That costume is really a treasure!
:-) Sue

Glenda/MidSouth said...

That is great that you still have one of your costumes. Thanks for sharing.

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

I can't believe you still have your first costume...lucky girl! Happy Spooking!

Sheila said...

My goodness, what a wonderful thing to still have your costume.. I know you must cry when you look at it. Tears of joy of course.

Nany said...

pretty... and how lucky you

tales from an oc cottage said...

How cute!!!!

m ^..^

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

this is fun to still have your very first halloween costume! awesome!

have a good weekend!

Leann said...

That's so great that you still have a costume from your childhood. My Mum is definitely someone who "cleans out" regualarly so it's rare to have a lot of more "everyday things."

Enjoy your memories!
Leann

BTW No dressing up for me this year.

Linda Q said...

Yes, this poor thing has seen better days. I am sort of afraid to iron it but might try it on an acetate setting. Been in my cedar chest a long time with some other momentos from my past.
Linda

ALWAYS THE ABRAMYANS said...

I love this! I can't believe you still have it! This costume is so much more original and prettier than the ones I've seen out today. Thank you so much for sharing! -April

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I cannot believe you still have a costume from your childhood! That is so great!!! I wish I had one of mine! I remember those inexpensive costumes, now everything is so expensive! Thanks for sharing!

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