Monday, September 21, 2009

Trick or Treat, Give me something....


Would you like to win this package of Halloween Treats? To celebrate Fall (cause I am so not a halloween person!) I have this great supply of Halloween products that I would love to give to you. What do you have to do? Tell me you favorite Halloween story. This will remain open until 10.5.09, so you will have it in time to create some great fun cards or projects with this paper. What is in it? 2 packs of 6x6 paper by Flair and Reminisce, BoBunny rub ons, ribbon, stickers and Jolee dimensionals. The paper shown is a representation of the paper included.

Rules:
1) Open to US residents only (sorry Canada and international)
2) Leave a comment by 10.5.09 12AM EST telling me your favorite Halloween story.
3) On your blog tell others of my candy that is up for grabs, linking back to this post.

I am looking forward to reading your comments! Thanks for stopping by and playing!

hugs, Kelly
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14 comments:

itsabrt said...

Oh that's easy my best pal Laura & i went trick or treating as the Boopsey twins, not Betty Boop mind you...we had outrageous wigs on an crazy makeup and we both got into one of my great grandmas house coats! What blast! Beth Oh my gosh My word verification is SUCKS too funny! Beth

itsabrt said...

OOps Kelly I forgot to give you my link where I gave a blurb about your candy! Beth aka BR-T

Lindsay said...

My favorite Halloween story is taking my daughter to our fall festival at church last year. She was 2, and looked oh-so-cute as a little pink and green butterfly! She has fun playing the games and winning prizes. This year she is going to be Snow White (is there such thing as a blonde snow white??) so I am excited to see her enjoy herself again this year!

Thanks for the chance to win!
-Lindsay

Lillian Child said...

We have an annual family halloween potluck party every year, and last year the main course was sloppy joes - they were actually GLOWING - not sure what edible substance was used, but it was the scariest thing I've ever put in my mouth!

peggy nickelson said...

My favorite Halloween story is when my sister helped me dress up as Pippi Longstocking. I had freckles painted on and wire in my braids to make it stick straight out. Very funny!
I don't have a blog yet, but am working on it. I have mentioned your blog on my facebook page.
Peggy N.
snickels@msn.com

Kim said...

That is easy for me also. My favorite Halloween story is from the first year my 9 year old niece went trick-or-treating. I made her costume a cute little red M&M. My sister and I had so much fun.
I have your candy in my side bar
Blessings,
Kim xXx

suzARTe said...

I know that I can't take part in this as I am all the way in Sydney. I just wish Halloween was more popular in Australia, you guys seem to have such a fun day celebrating.

laterg8r said...

i live in canada but my mom lives in the usa so you can send it to her if i win :D

my fave halloween story:

got grounded on halloween (no one can remember the offence) and got more candy than ever before. how? my sis took an extra bag for me and told my story and everyone felt sorry for me so gave me extra candy AND i had to stay home and give out candy so every time there was a lull i ran upstairs and hid some candy for me LOL :D

Sunny79 said...

I am from Germany and Halloween is just upcoming here.
But at December, 6th there is something similar like trick or treat, kids are going round and saying some little poems or singing and they are getting some candy afterwards.
I was going with my two brothers and some friends of mine and we were singing and it was always funny.

Hugs from Marina / Germany.

Sara said...

About 20 years ago, my little brother (3 or 4 years old) dressed up as Super Grover and all day went around saying "Super Grover to the rescue" and "nothing scares me". Then at the family Halloween party, my dad who had to work showed up with an ugly mask and black robe. My other brother went running to Mom to hide which left Super Grover screaming and no where to go. My dad being a good father picked him up to comfort him, forgetting to take the mask off. Super Grover almost stopped breathing. We still joke about it and he often gets Super Grover gifts to this day.
I don't have a blog yet, but I'll email some friends.
Sara

Michelle said...

I loved the Halloween where my husbadn and 3 year old were both dressed in kilts. My husband is in a pipe and drum band and I made Eli a costume to look just like his uniform!

http://madebymk.blogspot.com

Diane said...

I remember one halloween. We lived in the country so we had to have mom drive us to town. I wasn't allowed to take soap but I did. I was to afraid to use it and when I got home all my candy tasted like soap. Lesson learned.

Rhonda said...

Dressing up as McDonalds french fries for a office party!! So silly!

Ginny said...

My favorite story is my first daughters halloween that we took her out trick or treating. We dressed her like tigger & pulled her in a wagon. We had a ton of fun!

Blogged it as well!