My 12 year-old son, Preston, is very crafty and enjoys all forms of art. I decided to start this Creativity Corner feature as a way for us to look back on our projects while sharing ideas with others.
Preston is a 7th grader and was on his middle school golf team this year. He decided he wanted to be Jordan Spieth, a professional golfer, for Halloween. That was easy enough since Jordan is sponsored by Under Armour and my son's closet is full of Under Armour golf clothes. The only problem, he would have looked like himself walking around asking for free candy.
In order to pull off this costume, I decided I would be his caddie and he would have to be Jordan after his Masters victory. The green jacket with the Under Armour apparel would give it a more thought out appearance.
I bought the white jumpsuit like the caddies wear at the Masters on Amazon and added "Spieth" to the back with heat transfer vinyl that I cut out on my Cricut. I also added the #80 to the front since that was his caddie's number the year he won. I bought the Master's patch on Etsy and attached it with velcro to a blazer I already had. Everything else we already had, so it was a pretty inexpensive costume this year.
We stopped at the course for a few pictures before trick or treating.
"Jordan" made me carry his full set of clubs all evening. Fortunately, I could take out the 30+ balls he had stashed in that bag.
This was also the first year Preston designed and carved his pumpkin all by himself. Here is his spooky creation.