Monday, October 10, 2011

Monday greetings to all

      Are you ready for Halloween? 
    Do you have a costume picked out?
    Below are some great ideas for one in blue.
       
I’m sure some little girl or boy would like one of these..
Batman..a wizard..star ship captain. The little girls are
always so sweet dresses as a princess
 
I didn’t forget the grownups either. This would bring some attention if you dressed like royalty in blue..

Source for picture is a Delta ad


      Today I am joining Sally for Blue Monday at
            
              http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/


                  Also a showing on mosaic Monday
                  http://www.dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.com/

Enjoy the new week ahead of you and my warmest wishes to all.

 

15 comments:

  1. Hi Elaine, great blues, I love Little Bo Peep, cute! Happy Blue Monday

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  2. those blue costumes are really great!
    thanks for sharing!
    loved your delightful post and thanks so much for the follow.
    i'm following your lovely blog right back!


    have a nice day!

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  3. I'll bet that the blue Avitar costume will be worn by many.

    Happy Blue Monday to you, Elaine!

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  4. great ideas for Halloween.
    have a great week!

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  5. Yes I do I do have a costume already and pretty excited about it because I didn't shed any single penny ^_^ Happy Monday!

    Fall Colors

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  6. Hello Elaine,
    thank you for your 1st visit and for the nice comment.
    If I could chose, I would dress up as a blue Royal Princess. They look really adorable. Thank you for brighten my day with the nice costumes.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  7. That was a great idea. Love blue and haven't picked a costume yet. I usually grab some kind of scarf and long dress and do the fortune teller or gypsy thing out in my garage. We set up a table and I tell fortunes to the kids as they come along. I don't recognize some of them now but when our kids and friends brought their children by I would pick up on what I knew about them and those kids thought I was a real fortune teller. WooHoo fun, fun, fun.
    QMM

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  8. Any one of these would make a child happy on Halloween.

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  9. Hello Elaine,
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and your comment about my cats. The photograph on your blog header is so beautiful! It's breathtaking!
    I'm your newest follower!
    Cindy

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  10. Greeat blues! I love this post Elaine! hope you are well and your week is wonderful.

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  11. A great post, thanks for sharing!
    Markus

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  12. Lovely blues!

    Please come and see my Birthday Blues, have a great week!

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  13. Love the Halloween costumes! Have a great week and thanks for the share! Hugs Marilou

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  14. We don't really celebrate Halloween, it just "moved" in a few year ago and each year a little more. But when my son was little Halloween didn't exist at all.

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  15. People in the USA seem to have more fun on Halloween than we do in the UK. We may see a few children dress up in the town, but our village will be quiet as usual. I remember walking into my Bank in California back in the 80's to find the tellers all dressed up.
    I just finished making Roman armour and helmet yesterday for a small drama group that goes into school assemblies to present Bible stories.
    Pretty soon I will be in costume too, as Santa's wife, Mistress Holly Claus, on the Santa Specials from our local train station, December will be a busy month for me and hubby Santa.

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