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!

6 comments:

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. http://virtualvictorian.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/a-victorian-halloween.html

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!!!!