Halloween Give-Away: three generous Etsy artists, three spooky prizes. Drawing on October 1st, 2013.Posted: September 17, 2013 Filed under: Uncategorized 19 Comments
And the winners are:
- Entry #17 Marla T. = One digital download craft project from the Victorian Steampunk Halloween Parade Collection.
- Entry #133 Sonya H. = FIVE favor-sized bars of handcrafted soap, in five different Halloween-themed scents.
- Entry #62 TheAngryScholar = Two 1″ Halloween-appropriate buttons, in pinback or magnet form.
To claim your prize:
- Marla & Scholar: please make your design choice by responding to the notification I sent to the email address you provided, or by leaving your preference here.
- Sonya & Scholar: please provide your mailing address by responding to the notification I sent to the email address you provided, or by PMing me.
Thanks to everyone who entered. This has been fun and educational for me.
Remember my post: Hunting a haunting Halloween on Etsy: artisanal, hand-crafted tricks and treats to order now?
Well, thanks to the generous impulses of some of the Etsy artists I featured in that post, I’m having my first give-away here at The Paranormalist.
On October 1st, THREE different winners will each win ONE of the following prizes:
From Rhonda’s Originals:
PRIZE: One digital download craft project from the Victorian Steampunk Halloween Parade Collection.
Winner will choose ONE from:
Pumpkin Lady & Girl Clown | Vampire Lady | Witch with Cauldron and Cat
NOTE: Some designs show elements (wire, feathers) that you will need to purchase separately. You may take these downloads to a printing shop, such as Office Max, if your printer isn’t up to the task of color prints on cardstock.
From Rhonda: Win a collage set and I will email you the printouts plus full how-to instructions within 48 hours (usually next morning). Then simply print out in color, cut, assemble, and stain the cardstock character with coffee to make it look like an actual antique! All characters print two sides and stand on their own, so they can be used in the center of your holiday table and enjoyed from all sides. (Instructions to make hanging ornaments also included.) Collect them all!
From Scum Soaps:
FIVE favor-sized bars of handcrafted soap, in five different Halloween-themed scents.
Haunted Woods (Vanilla, Oak)
Cauldron (Campfire, applewood)
Absinthe (Evergreen, mint, wintergreen)
Poison Apple (Apple)
Black Magic (Cinnamon, Patchouli, Cedarwood)
NOTE: THIS LINK GOES TO A LISTING THAT SHOWS 10 SOAPS FOR $20. WINNER WILL RECEIVE A HALF-ORDER OF FIVE SOAPS. NO SUBSTITUTIONS, PLEASE.
From Pooka Creations:
PRIZE: Two 1″ Halloween-appropriate buttons, in pinback or magnet form.
Winner will choose TWO designs from:
Wordy Halloween | I Heart Halloween | Curio Vintage Pharmacy
I Go Bump in the Night | Feed Me Seymour | Jack O Lantern
This is my first give-away, so I’m figuring out how to do this as I go. Please be patient with my fumblings. I’ll get better at this once I have hosted a give-away start to finish.
I found a snazzy widget to help me out, but my beloved wordpress.com will not run it. In order to enter the drawing, please click below to be taken to my (newly reopened and revamped) Blogger page – The Paranormalist Portal.
Once there, you will find that the widget allows you to earn chances (think of them as raffle tickets) by completing simple actions like subscribing to The Paranormalist, registering at Etsy, liking an Etsy artist’s Facebook page, and/or leaving a comment here at the blog. (Comments are closed over at Blogger, so when the rafflecopter widget suggest leaving a comment, mark it completed and come back here to leave your thoughts below.)
Enter The Paranormalist Portal
Good luck to everyone. The deadline for entry is the stroke of midnight on October 1st. I’ll annouce the winners here later that day. (You will also be notified by email if you win.)
Then we’ll figure out how to get the prizes awarded.
Woo hoo! Who doesn’t love a good giveaway? I hope I win!
Hi, Sweetheart! Good luck. You’ve been lucky before 🙂
I can’t wait until Halloween!
We ARE in Halloween now 🙂 Everything between now and the 31st is good.
Yaaaaaay for giveaways!
Okay here’s my legitimate comment for the giveaway. I love this widget! I’m considering moving toward hosting my own blog in a month or two. (Not sure if I’m capable or cool enough for that.) But I’m sure there is so much room and capabilities for giveaways like this on WordPress.org.
Now that I’ve worked with Blogger again, I’m happy that I chose wordpress. Eventually I’ll have to give up the free version, but I know it so well I don’t want to switch.
Yeah I considered make the gradual shift to .org over my fall break in mid-October… now I’ve realized October is a bad time to possibly crash a blog… 🙂 … so I think I’m going to wait for Spring… but I’m very interested in making that move. I just hope I’m techie enough for it.
Great idea. I’d copy it if I had something to offer beyond pocket lint and sarcasm. Until that day comes, I will content myself by winning all of da stuffs.
You make me laugh, Scholar. Good luck.
Oh my god, you guys, seriously, I just realized, like five minutes ago, that there won’t be any pumpkin pie for the Scholar this year. You have to help. IT’S INHUMAN.
And here I sit, thinking there’s just no way to send a pumpkin pie to Argentina. How long are you staying? Will you be back for Thanksgiving? For my family, pumpkin pie is a Thanksgiving thing, not Halloween. Which is WEIRD now that I think about it.
For me pumpkin pie is a valid at all times of the year, because it is the best. Thing. Ever.
Actually sweet potato pie is also pretty rad.
Nah, we’re here until December. I can have some when I get back, but it won’t be the same.
(Pay no attention to the grown man sobbing quietly behind the curtain.)
Great giveaway! My daughter would love the Feed Me Seymour button!! Thanks!
My daughter (the button maker herself) would have loved to win it too 🙂 That’s sort of how she got into the business. 🙂 Good luck.
I’d love to try a true absinthe soap. Thujone induced hallucinations are just the boost my morning showers need.
Me too, Mitch. I may have to order some for myself.
Have you ever indulged in absinthe? I plan to try it soon – probably in February (Ogre has agreed to make it into a fancy date, so it seem appropriate for Valentine’s) or March. (Apparently Mar. 5th is considered to be National Absinthe Day – because the ban on it was repealed that day.)
I love getting to be a kid again. I think I would like the soaps, but I will have to buy some buttons here anyway so the soaps definitely.
You will always be a kid to me, Sonya. 🙂 In the best possible way, of course.