8.31.2008

Trick-or-Treat bag GIVEAWAY~ don't miss out!!


So, I am working on Trick-or-Treat bags for my shop. Here is the first attempt.

My niece Chelsea helped me out.

You can WIN a FREE GIVEAWAY of my next attempt!



To qualify for the giveaway (probably a pumpkin motif) please comment on this post with a Halloween memory.
I will number your comments and use http://www.random.org/ to generate a random number. Voila! I will post the winner on my site and contact you for mailing info!!
Comments will be open until September 14th. I will post the winner on the 15th!!

14 comments:

Richard and Shauna said...

Yay a giveaway! My favorite Haloween memories are of when I would go over to my grandparents house after trick-or-treating, still in costume with all of my siblings and cousins then we would count and sort our candy and then trade.

Andrea said...

My greatest halloween memory was of course in high school when we were way too old to be trickor treating. We got to stay out all night and play night games with friends.. I was super excited to die my hair black too lol... Makes you laugh now~
I think my favorite memory now, is the Halloweens that I get to spend with my kids :) Thanks for the giveaway, these are adorable and my son (almost 3) would love them!
andreanathan@aol.com

Beeb said...

How cute! Can I be honest? I don't have kids (and I'm a bit too old to trick-or-treat myself), but I'd love to win this to add to my Halloween collection. I LOVE Halloween. I throw very elaborate parties ever year...October is a fun month for me!

It's hard for me to pick just one Halloween moment, but one fond memory is of my first Halloween. I dressed as a princess and had a blast trick or treating!

Thank you for offering this giveaway! My email is: fwuffles@jaided.com

blueviolet said...

I remember trick or treating as a child and it lasted about 3 hours back then. We'd go through our entire neighborhood and it didn't matter back then if we knew the person or not and then we'd go into other neighborhoods too. We got unbelievable amounts of candy and then we'd pour it all out on the floor and sort through it. That was the best part.
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
Elizabeth

Teah said...

If anyone loves freebies it is me!! I love dressing up in costumes too. When I was dating my husband we dressed up as Maid Marian and Robin Hood and had such a blast at a church dance. I wish we had something fun to do that at. Now I get my kicks by dressing my kids up!!

jenny said...

trick or treat give me something good and neet
(lol) wow this is realy cute i love to win this for my little one this years her frist time going out and well i realy would love to see her have some thing nice thanks

shayla said...

Super cute bags!

Let's see...Halloween memory...

Back in our trick-or-treating days, Jamie and I would "draw" pictures with all the candy we acquired. After getting home, we'd pour out all our candy on the floor in separate piles and we'd have my mom tell us something to "draw." A tree, a car, a house, whatever. We'd each make our separate pictures by strategically placing our candies on the canvas (the floor) until the picture was complete. Then we'd have my mom judge our masterpieces. I'm pretty sure we ate some of the candy as we went along. =)

Paige said...

One year my friend and I dressed as a two headed monster. Which meant we had to be attached as we went trick or treating. Wow, that was a pain. But fun!

Tamber said...

My dad use to decorate our house for Halloween, and one year he suspended a ghost on wire that when kids would walk up the sidewalk, he would let it go and it would head right toward them. One time, a mom walked her little two year old up toward the door and my dad let it go, and the mom was so freaked out, that she ran out into the street and left her little boy crying on the sidewalk. My dad had to take the little boy out to his mom cause she was so freaked out. If was so funny!!

Marsh Mayhem said...

Darling bag! Favorite halloween memory -- my grandma used to make a big pot of potato soup for a mid-trick-or-treating snack ... perfect to warm you up and get you ready to go again! I make it now ... you guys should stop by and have a bowl Halloween night! Trust me, I'll have enough!
servusslc@yahoo.com

Wood Family said...

How Cool!

My favorite memories are the family tradition we have of going to Disneyland and trick or treating at California Adventure.

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JJABD said...

I have to say I've never cared much for Halloween until I met my friend Laura. She is awesome...anyway she loves Halloween and makes it so fun. I think the first year I spent with her on Halloween she was pregnant and dressed up as a black cat...adorable! Needless to say, I'm beginning to like the evil celebration, haha!

Brad and Rachel said...

I grew up in Alaska, where it's not uncommon to have snow on Halloween. One year my sis and I took some younger kids out to trick-or-treat and in blew a nasty blizzard....it was so windy that the snow stung when it hit your skin...thankfully we planned our costume to go over coats and snowpants