Happy Halloween from the Blossutch Family drawn by me

Happy Halloween from the Blossutch Family drawn by me
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This piece of Blossutch fanart is dedicated to Sue aka yosuehere, Red aka Redku, and glendon crepin aka G-Crepin who celebrated their birthdays a few days ago and Nathan Battise aka FUNImation2002 and Tyla aka RedSmilaSmiles who are celebrating their birthdays today. So, Sue, Red, Glendon, Nathan, Tyla, I wish you a lot of love, joy, happiness, abundant blessings, prosperity, and many more marvelous adventures in your lives as artists and as people. I would also love to dedicate this to all of the Blossutch shippers out there. So, I hope you all enjoy this and Happy Halloween.
 
Well, it’s Halloween and Team Xtreme’s very own Beastly Brawn, Brainy Beauty Watermelon Couple Butch and Blossom are celebrating this wonderful holiday with their children. As you can clearly see, they are all dressed to the nines in different elaborate costumes.
 
On the left-hand side, we have the eldest daughter Azalea, twin sons Brendan and Blake, and younger son Bradley.
 
On the center, we have main attraction, Butch and his gorgeous wife Blossom who are holding golden goblets filled with red wine, more specifically Pinot Noir.
 
Finally, on the right-hand side, we have Bradley’s twin sister Belle, sororal twins Brenda and Belinda, and youngest daughter Abigail.
 
Let’s talk about their costumes starting off with the parents.
 
26-year-old Butch Green is donning a costume which is the result of Kratos the Ghost of Sparta bearing a lovechild with a vampiress, as one can tell. Essentially, Butch is dressed as a cross between an ancient warlord and Count Dracula. Quite the fascinating combination.
 
His 25-year-old wife Blossom Utonium-Green is donning a costume which is reminiscent of Blood Countess Carmilla from Vampire Hunter D meets Lady Oscar and Marie Antoinette from The Rose of Versailles. As opposed to Butch’s savage warlord, Blossom fits the bill as an aristocratic lady who is also a vampiress, though a lot more subtle about it.
 
Let’s also not forget that since this gorgeous couple is in their twenties they are free to drink some of that fine Pinot Noir in golden goblets, just like how the nobles drink from these chalices in the olden times.
 
The children’s costumes were a lot of fun to do. One should not neglect the fact that Blossom, who is really savvy in terms of science and health, is the one who ensures that their makeup and everything they put on their skin, in general, are hypoallergenic, fragrance-free, all-natural, and will not do damage to their skin whatsoever. All right, the kids get the floor.
 
5 going on 6-year-old eldest daughter Azalea Bernadette Green dons The Wicked Witch of the West’s costume. Seeing that she is a fan of both the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz and the musical Wicked, as Elphaba is her most favorite character, she saw it fit to put on the witch’s hat and makeup with glee.
 
3-year-old Brendan James Green is Quasimodo from Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. For someone who is currently a toddler, he really finds both the original Victor Hugo novel and the Disney film of the same name to be very intriguing. It also helps that he has a certain attachment to the Disney Quasimodo, as he considers him one of his role models, as opposed to the version from the original novel, who is still very complex in his eyes.
 
Brendan’s fraternal twin brother Blake Francis Green is Banquo’s ghost from William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It is no surprise that both boys love novels and plays that deal with dark and complex themes with courtesy of Butch and Blossom who have given the novels they have read to them while they were still babies. Blake’s austere and silent presence as Banquo’s ghost is definitely a fine contrast to Brendan’s more impassioned attitude as Quasimodo.
 
2-year-old Bradley Oliver Green is The Wolfman or in this case The Wolf Boy. Bradley is the type of boy who loves to show off his wild side and he has a lot of fun with it. Of course, he is also a huge animal lover, which is also why he dons this particular costume.
 
His twin sister Belle Marguerite Green is Amneris from Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida. Here we have Belle embodying Aida’s rival for Radames’s love, the Egyptian princess who is well-known for her power and fierceness as well as being the Pharaoh’s most beloved daughter Amneris. Her glare will make you wish that you held your tongue. Butch and Blossom took their kids to watch Aida at the Townsville Opera House and it was at that moment that Belle was totally fixated with the mezzo-soprano who sang Amneris, especially in the judgment scene.
 
1-year-old Brenda Katelyn Green is The Queen of the Night from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute known in German as Die Zauberflöte. When Blossom had quality time with Brenda and Belinda, they would always listen to an album of a coloratura soprano singing operas in different languages. The ones that stood out to her darling youngest twin daughters were The Queen’s two arias “O Zittre Nicht Mein Lieber Sohn” and “Der Hölle Rache” and Lucia’s “Regnava Nel Silenzio” and The Mad Scene. Brenda really feels attached to the Queen of the Night, as this character wears a lot of gorgeous costumes depending on the production.
 
Brenda’s twin sister Belinda Kiara Green is Lucia Ashton from Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor. As opposed to Brenda, Belinda is completely fascinated with Donizetti’s doomed and tragic young heroine. Lucia’s Mad Scene is one moment in this famous Donizetti opera that stood out to her the most, as this heroine felt betrayed by the true love of her life, thus being in a marriage she did not want to be in, and goes insane because of these circumstances all because of a feud going on between her family and the family of her lover.
 
8-month-old Abigail Barbara Green is dressed up as Max from Maurice Sendak’s book “Where the Wild Things Are”. Yes, I know that Max is a boy, but one cannot help but see just how adorable Abigail is in Max’s getup when he is with the wild things. Out of all the books that Butch and Blossom read to Abigail, “Where the Wild Things Are” was certainly the one that Abi fancies the most all because of the rambunctious main protagonist, Max.
 
So, there you have it. The Blossutch family looking so fly and fabulous this Halloween season. So, do you all have anything to say to our celebrants?
 
Butch and Blossom: Sure, we do.
 
Butch: Red, Sue, Glendon, Nathan, Tyla, we wish you a smashing and crashing great Halloween and awesome birthdays.
 
Blossom: May this season be full of delight and wonder.
 
Azalea: Lots of blessings will come to you, my pretties, and your friends, family, and fans too!
 
Brendan: I’ll ring the bells to bring good cheer to you all.
 
Blake: I’m sure your Halloween has been full of spooks and splendor.
 
Bradley: Let’s give a good howl to the moon!
 
Belle: You are all such fabulous and strong people.
 
Brenda: I hope your Halloween night was also a blast.
 
Belinda: I also wish you a crazy good time.
 
Abigail: And don’t forget to have fun and go wild.
 
Thank you so much. See you all in the next submission. Take care and have a Happy Halloween!
 
Butch and Blossom from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.
 
Azalea and Abigail belong to CottonCandyGrl1969.
 
Brendan, Blake, and Belle belong to me.
 
Bradley, Brenda, and Belinda belong to Misse-the-cat.

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