Sunday, 2 November 2014

It was Halloween

Although we don't celebrate Halloween in Greece I always do the custom at school in a lesson for the children to get to know the British and American customs.
With some of the children we did this colouring page and I made muffins for them in a special Trick or Treat muffin paper that Marabeth had sent me last year.

I also showed them these things I recently bought.
And gave them some stickers I had brought from the States.
And then in the afternoon I went to Peirama for a Halloween workshop with a needle felted pumpkin (of course I was the one to make it in fuchsia!) taught by the talented Christina of Celdeconail

 And we also made a little ghost out of felt taught by Aggeliki of Pocolocini.
It was fun!


Lynda Ruth Bowers said...

Love your ghost and pumpkin, who said they have to be orange. hugs Lynda Ruth

Cel Chan said...

It was such a fun evening! Thank you so much for helping me with the stitching too ^_^

Sarah in Stitches said...

Looks like you had a fun Halloween! I love that little pumpkin you made :D

Mii Stitch said...

What great treats for the kids at school!
I love your PINK pumpkin, so pretty :)

Ian Cox said...

Some origins of the tradition, for geeks and ghouls.

Zina Z said...

Τέλεια η κολοκύθα κ το φούξια της ταιριάζει πολύ! Κ το φαντασματάκι, φανταστικο!
Νομιζω πρεπει να οργανωθουμε να γιορτάζουμε κ εμείς το halloween!!!!