Show & Tell: Costume Party! (October 2018)Kristin Rutten

It’s Back! Our Annual Doll Costume Party!!

We’re excited to bring back one of our most popular activities at Matilda Jo Originals… our annual Costume Party! Join the fun … and be sure to tell your friends!!

Theme: SHOW us a photo of your doll’s favorite costume! It could be her chosen Halloween attire, an outfit she might wear in a future career or special event, or anything that helps her imagine a life that’s a bit different than the one she leads now. Props welcome!

club-matilda-logo-275x350pxAfter uploading your photo, we’d love you to TELL us more about it in the comments below! (Be sure to let us know which photo you’re talking about.)

Once you’re done sharing your story, don’t forget to vote … and be sure to tell your friends to stop by and vote, too! The person who enters the photo with the most votes at month’s end will win this month’s prize …

Prize: $50 Store Credit at Club Matilda!



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Glinda the good witch
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Spider Queen
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Ice Queen
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Biker Babe
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Medieval Princess
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MADAME MATILDA
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Sugar Plum Fairy Ballerina
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Supergirl
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Violet Parr From The Incredibles
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Monarch Butterfly
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8 Comments

  1. Lisa Kruger
    Lisa KrugerReply
    October 1, 2018 at 5:40 pm

    Monarch Butterfly – I created this doll costume to match my 8 year-old’s Halloween costume. She loves butterflies! I used Matilda’s Base Layer Bodysuit pattern and HTV for the wings. My daughter crafted the headband and treat bag herself. 🙂

    • Kristin Rutten
      Kristin RuttenReply
      October 1, 2018 at 5:42 pm

      Very cute, Lisa!! Thanks for being the first one to jump in and enter the contest. Good luck!! 🙂

  2. Lisa Kruger
    Lisa KrugerReply
    October 1, 2018 at 5:42 pm

    Violet Parr From The Incredibles – I created this doll costume to match my 10 year-old’s Halloween costume. She’s a big fan of The Incredibles! I used Matilda’s Base Layer Bodysuit pattern, HTV for the decal, and felt for the mask. My daughter crafted the treat bag herself. 🙂

  3. Hollea Larochelle
    Hollea LarochelleReply
    October 1, 2018 at 8:48 pm

    I created this doll costume to match my 7 yr old granddaughter’s Supergirl costume I made her. I used the left over material and fashioned it the same way. She was super suprised when I gave it to her for her birthday last month.
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  4. Janet Flath
    Janet FlathReply
    October 2, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    Sugar Plum Fairy Ballerina – I created this lovely ballet custom as a special request. The little girl specifically wanted aqua and purple and a ballerina. Each bead and flower was carefully placed and hand sewn.

  5. Cristy Estep
    Cristy EstepReply
    October 3, 2018 at 10:57 am

    I created this Madame Matilda costume as an addition to my Carnival scene. A fortune teller is just what I needed to complete the look!

  6. Kittie DiCaprio
    October 4, 2018 at 11:21 pm

    Spider Queen. She’s scary but beautiful!! My Spider Queen is dressed in a long Regency gown with bell sleeves and a square neckline made from cotton spiderweb print that closes in the back with Velcro, embellished with miniture plastic spiders, a black velvet belt and choker with purple spider gems and a hand-appliqued felt mask with a crown and spider web face veil that attaches with an elastic band. She carries a floral spray of dead branches and leaves to house her pet spider and a plastic pumpkin bucket to gather treats. Costume is made from Read Creation’s Medieval Dress pattern and mask copied from Pinterest.

  7. Kristina
    KristinaReply
    October 5, 2018 at 6:56 am

    Janet F. The shoes on your doll are precious!!

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