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I love when someone comes up with a delightful idea and follows through on it. Themed photo shoots … yes! Craftster user ChainCrafts says:

My wife only asked for one thing for her birthday this year. She wanted to do a Post-Apocalypse/Zombie Slaying family photo shoot! To that end, I created armor for all of us.
You know what they say…. The family that slays together, stays together.

For the armor, he used hubcaps, jump rings, a railroad crossing sign, and soda tabs. What cool parents! My family’s most memorable professional photo shoot involved me wearing hot pink socks, Bermuda shorts, and a turtleneck. My sister wore the same thing in purple. It was the 90s – I guess that’s our excuse.
Photos by Bakan Photography.
[via Craftster Blog]

Laura Cochrane

Laura Cochrane

I’m an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, and etymology.

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  1. I love this. The costumes are great, but what really makes it is how the family got into it 100%. No accidental smiles, faces are perfect for the theme. My favorite is the little girl. Awesome.

  2. Love it!!!

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