Halloween's a great holiday. One of my favorites. I enjoy the opportunity to pretend to be someone else. Your Halloween alter-ego can be so much more romantic, edgy, brave, or naughty than your everyday identity.

In my youth, I sampled a variety of identities from Princess to Pioneer. This year, I want my "costume" to reflect something more personal, yet as unattainable for me as Fairy Princess.

This year, I'm a designer who works like this:



Creating this costume
is easy:

1) Identify your tidiest friend.

2) Gather your supplies.
3) Go to your tidy friend's house.

4) Set up shop (neatly!) on one of their many uncluttered surfaces.

5) Have friend take picture.

6) Post picture on social media.




FYI- this is what my non-Halloween looks like:


Whether your Halloween involves a trek through the neighborhood, a bowl of candy at the ready by the door while you watch "It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown," or a crazy bash and costume contests, we wish you the best.
Erin, Dakota Stones