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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Swamp Thing for Halloween

Guest post written by Rodger Hall.

My son didn't know what I was talking about when I called him Swamp Thing one night one day when he came stomping into the house covered in mud and wet grass from playing outside. Then he got obsessed with the idea of the monster and starting watching movies about it. So I told him that he should probably dress up as it for Halloween.

Well, it owuld be really easy to just get him to roll around in mud and grass again, but that would wreak havoc on the inside of my mini van when we go trick or treating. So I've been looking online with clear internet bundle to get some inspiration for putting together his costumes.

I have lots of ideas, like getting fake vines of leaves and twisting him up in it. I'm also going to paint some of his old clothes with mud-colored and slime colored paint so that it looks like he's been lurking around in a swamp without him smelling like it or getting swamp stuff everywhere. I think that a little face paint of about the same colors will make it perfect.

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