The only disappointment was out utter lack of trick-or-treaters. Where I live, houses are pretty far apart, plus we're on a main road with no sidewalks or street lights, so I knew it was unlikely anyone would bother, but I still hoped. From 6:15 when I got home from the day job until the 10 p.m. town curfew, we had the lanterns lit & fog/lightening machines going. Hopefully, at least people driving by enjoyed it.
I did get to have fun painting, though. On Saturday the 26th, before our own Halloween party, I was back at the Woof Gang Bakery for their Howl-O-Ween party & dog costume contest. Don't worry, I wasn't painting pets this time, just the people who brought them. Yet again, I love this place and the people who comprise their customers. What a great group! Even though I never, even take gigs on the day of my own party, I couldn't say no to this one and am glad I went. It was so much fun!
I loved these sisters who thought they'd challenge me with a pig, dinosaur, and cow.
I promise this boy was happy with his dog. I think the flash got him.
This young lady asked for a "groovy skeleton," which turned out to be the Halloween costume she'd be sporting on Thursday. Not having a visual made me nervous, but her sister was kind enough to let me know it had pink & purple, so this is what I came up with. She loved it! She loved it to the point of sitting back in her chair from excitement. Score!
I did this rose on an employee, who loved it. Glitter tats weren't a huge thing at this event, probably because everyone had Halloween on the brain.
My witch was really happy too, and I'd love to see what her mom did for her on Thursday, since her Halloween costume was witch too.
And as usual, the zombies were a hit. You know I love it when they get into character.
And this past Saturday, we went to a party at friends' too. I'd already done myself as a vampire on the 26th, so for the 1st, I was a zombie.
I scared everyone! Woohoo!