Sunday, November 01, 2009

The Frog and the Polar Bear

Once upon a time, there was a frog and a polar bear.

The Frog and the Polar Bear

They decided to go shake down some people for candy.

Give me candy!
GIVE US CANDY!!!!

First they went downtown, to see how much they could score.

Look out, town, we're coming for you...

The terrified townspeople were surprisingly forthcoming.

More candy!

Trick-or-Treat!

Frog and Polar Bear were very pleased with their haul. Until Frog ran into her arch nemesis, Scream-Thingy!

Frog is...

But she overcame her momentary fear...

...a little freaked out...

And eventually intimidated him into parting with some candy. Ha! Take that, Scream-Thingy!

...but goes for the candy anyway.


Frog and Polar Bear decided to return to their own neighborhood for more mayhem.

Rawr Ribbit

They headed off into the night for more candy...

Off to scare up some candyh

...before returning home, victorious with their spoils.

End of the night....

Little did they know that whilst they were gone, other creatures had descended on their home to do the same thing....

No more candy

Gosh darn creatures of the night!

That's okay. Polar Bear is scheming for next year, claws at the ready.

Paws

7 comments:

mom said...

OMG, they couldn't be cuter...gotta love that walleyed frog! Bears a striking resemblance to Jean Paul Sartre (in an existential way, of course. . .)

Your polar bear outfit came out BEAUTIFULLY!!! Did you post it on Craftster? You never even blogged that you MADE this gorgeous outfit! Of course the boy inside the bear makes it even MORE gorgeous!!! Thanks for posting, sweetie!!

mom said...

...AND I forgot to mention that there were no broken arms to spoil Trick or Treat night this year!! Yaaaay!

Udanax said...

"seriously, give me candy. do you see my huge paws? can you even tell how huge my claws are?"

i'm really, REALLY disappointed that you get to have fun size maynards candies and i don't.

were they not roasting in these adorable costumes? but i suppose warm costumes are a good way to prevent the need for a coat that covers the whole costume.

Kristen & Tom said...

adorabele, sara. you did a great job on producing both gorgeous kids and costumes! and amusing commentary, to boot!

Anonymous said...

Looks like you inherited the crafty gene. haha...wonderful costumes, kids and story..

Aunt Rose

Heather said...

I absolutely love those costumes. Great kids.

Diva Quilts said...

Oh gosh - did you make those costumes Sara? Either way - soooooooo cute! :)