My pumpkin belly! Found this idea on Pinterest and it was super easy. I bought an orange t-shirt, cut the face parts out of black felt, and hand-stitched them on. I stitched a cute bow on as well since we are having a girl and I thought it added to the pumpkin. Took less than an hour to put this baby (pumpkin that is) together.
Student: Mrs. Casto, do you think I'd get a detention if I wrote this (points to paper) in my essay?
Magic 8 Ball: You May Rely On It!
Student: Mrs. Casto, if I score well on this small quiz will it make up for all the homework I haven't done?
Magic 8 Ball: My sources say No!
I actually had a lot of fun with this costume as you can see. You could even add a green posterboard around you to look like a pool table and cut out the belly part so the black ball shows through. Then just carry a pool stick. Too much work for me when I only had an hour to come up with something to wear, but I think it would have been fun.
My costume on Halloween night was family themed of course...our kids are little so we can still influence their decisions about what they want to be. This year....Alice in Wonderland. We borrowed the Queen of Hearts, Mad Hatter, and rabbit costume from friends. I found my daughter's Alice dress on Craigslist. All I had to make was the felt heart covering for my son with blue collar and the clock (which is painted foam board). Super simple.