Monday, October 15, 2012

The Pre-Halloween EHAG October Giveaway

It's time for pre-Halloween festivities: a Hallo-tini lifted in toast, a litte ghoulish karaoke, trimming of the Halloween tree... And here are five giveaway pieces from the artists of EHAG for your own celebration.   They will go to five lucky winners on Halloween Eve Eve.  You could win a gourd skelly, a limited edition postcard, a treasure/treat box, a Halloween ornament, or some ghoulish earrings.

To enter, leave a comment and tell us what you're doing for your pre-celebration.  Then leave your name and a way of contacting you - email or your blog through which you are reachable.  

On October 30th, at 9 PM EST, the skeletal hand will pluck five names from the cauldron and announce the winners right here.  You could be the recipient of one of the pieces below.  Sadly, if you cannot be reached, the hand will pluck another name from the cauldron.

These are just a tantalizing taste of the bewitching pieces from the Artists of EHAG.  New works will be revealed on October 31st at the October EHAG Emporium.

Beware.  A BlogGoblin haunts this blog.  If the BlogGoblin doesn't allow you to leave your comment, email it to EHAGEmporium@gmail.com by October 29th, and your kindly BlogMistress will enter your name for you.

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Skelly/Pumpkin Gourd
Created by Candace Navarrete of Howling Moon Designs
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5" tall x 11" around

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rUsty steMmed jAck cLoWn oRnaMent
Created by sUz davis

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2 by 1.5 inches. made polymer clay, acrylics, found rusty nail as pumpkin
stem, papier mache pieces, collage papers, ink and a snippet of ribbon

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Jack o' Lantern Box
Created by Carolee Clark of  King of Mice
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3" x 3" x 3 1/2", acrylic on wood, with glitter accent
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"Hallo-Tini."
Christopher 
Christopher A. Klingler of Designs By CK.
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limited edition postcard print

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Karaoke Ghoul Earrings
by Eleanor Burian-Mohr / Cornerstoregoddess

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lampwork glass, sterling silver, Swarovski crystals

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http://stores.ebay.com/Cornerstoregoddess
 http://cornerstoregoddess.etsy.com
http://cornerstoregoddessjewelry.blogspot.com/


21 comments:

  1. I love halloween! we are getting ready for our big neighborhood party, and I am also busy making a wonder woman costume for myself. all my boys are being Batman's and I even talked my husband into being Superman/clark kent! happy halloween to all!
    Nicole Reynaud
    NIKKITHEDIVA76@YAHOO.COM

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  2. Since we live in the sticks we have a tradition leading up to the week of Halloween. Throughout October we gather pumpkins of all shapes, color, and sizes and the week of we start the carving! Then in the evenings we rematch all the awesome oldies like wolf man, swamp thing. The night of we light all the pumpkins and create a dinner that of cour has to have something with pumpkin in it. I truly love this time of year. Pease consider me in your gieaway and I can be contacted through my mini blog darksideofaminiaddict. Happy Halloween all!

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  3. I am participating in a Halloween cupcake contest, decorating the Halloween tree with grandchildren, and hanging all the Halloween cross stitch pictures, quilts, and getting the house ready for Halloween dinner with family.

    I can be contacted at addicted2needles@optimum.net. You do amazing things.

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  4. We are craving pumpkins, making treats, decorating and making some Halloween art.
    Blessings `
    Tara
    battybydesigns.blogspot.com

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  5. We have decorated a beautiful black Halloween tree. Orange tulle has been weaved around its body; black n' orange balls adorn its limbs; and there is a gorgeous OOAK witch hat that tops it off! Our pumpkins are out and we are counting down the days to dress up n' go trick or treating.

    I can be contacted at hill2725@bellsouth.net

    As always, it would be an honor to win any one of the beautiful creations above. Thank you for the opportunity.

    ~ Sondra

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  6. spooky movies, pumpkins lining the steps and a total and complete devotion to halloween candy!

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  7. We will be carving pumpkins and playing games :) Thanks for the chance to win!

    megdowning@cox.net
    Megan

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  8. I don't want to miss out on one second of Halloween...so our home has been decorated since October 1. Have all sorts of creepy, crawly things that may go bump in the night here and there...plus the prerequisite bats, owls, and cats in every window. Delightfully creepy!!!

    Love the bewitching items for the giveway!

    Anne
    chunkymermaid@gmail.com

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  9. Really looking forward to decorating and having a few friends over for some Witches Brew-- am usually decorated by the first week of October, but have been super busy helping family. Thanks for entering me in the wonderful draw :)

    Leanne leanne.ellis@nucleus.com

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  10. The decorations are up. The fire pit is ready. I just can't wait until the first trick or treaters enter the yard. Halloween is the best holiday. I can be reached at rosebabies@aol.com and I am also a member of PFATT ebay group.

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  11. My pre-Halloween festivities will include some pumpkin carving, some Halloween cookie baking & decorating, probably some pizza, and definitely a cocktail (or two!)!

    Olivia Guzman
    olivia_guzman_harris@yahoo.com

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  12. My pre-celebration includes decorating the whole house with pumpkins-big, small, lit, unlit, real, fake, painted, plastic, wood, whatever I've collected over the years and adding a new one every year! The outside of the house has 4 scarecrows standing guard and waiting for trick treaters in our neighborhood (and we expect over 150 little goblins every year!) Real pumpkins line our driveway and stay there thru Thanksgiving to celebrate harvest. The garden is plowed, the fall garlic is planted, and it's ready to sleep until March 2013 when the cold weather seeds go in. The annual recipe for carmel corn and popcorn balls comes out and I'll post that on my newly created blog this year. October 31 leaves me with needing to clear my mind and make a decision about my thyroid, keep it or give it up due to my hyperthyroidism but I won't let that take away from my total enjoyment of the month of October and all things PUMPKIN!

    Love the EHAG site and I visit often! Thanks for posting such wonderful creations!

    Barbara Bell, Handcrafted One at a Time, Grove City, Ohio USA

    bbellart@hotmail.com

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  13. My DH and I have been decorating the house and yard in preparation of the big night and visits from the neighborhood children. I've also been packing a box of goodies to send off to my granddaughter to help her enjoy the occasion. Thanks for the pre-Halloween giveaway.
    Jody
    visionquest2020 AT msn DOT com

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  14. This Hallow's Eve will find us a wee bit stark on merriment as I will be packing my broom Halloween Eve to take my son on the 8 hr round trip back to see the Wizard who is trying to repair his knee....but, in good humor, we are dressing him as Frankenstein....little prep necessary as his leg makes quite the statement! As always, the artists at EHAG are mad with talent!! I would be delighted to be entered for a chance to win any one of these wonderful creations. I can be reached at my blog:
    http://thecrankycrow.blogspot.com/
    Thanks so very much! Robin

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  15. My house has been decorated since September 1st (my office is Halloween year-round!) and I'm going w/ my hubby to Hell, Michigan this week for some creepy fun! With any luck I'll be launching a horror book before the Big Day too! On Halloween I host the "Treat-o-Rama" at work where we have a huge Halloween potluck with raffle prizes.

    Thanks for the great contests you run--they're awesome!
    careybaz at yahoo dot com

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  16. My pre-Halloween preparations include locking in what the three grandchildren + daughter will wear, make-up trail run (black spray on temporary hair colour on grandchild #1 *bad*....10 shampoos & one stained bathtub to get it out), supplies in for All Hallows 'celebration' while daughter & grandkids out with friends. Halloween decor is pretty much the norm here. jonquilsgrdn@gmail.com

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  17. My pre-Halloween preps have been to put out some gems, pumpkinella and her friend, and lots of Halloween art around the homestead. We are definitely in the mood..oh and my Halloween pot holder and the tea towels too. No costume for me this year except my usual glitter horns on my head, and friends in to toast what would have been my mother's 90th Halloween birthday!

    Love the EHAG site and all the treasures!

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  18. WARNING – TO ALL WHO DARE TO READ FURTHER. . .



    I will tell you of the most frightening pre-Halloween activity I have ever been a part of . . . are you ready?



    WE ARE REMODELING OUR KITCHEN!



    All manner of spidery-cobwebs, gargantuan dust bunnies and unspeakable other things have been uncovered. It would greatly soothe my nerves to receive a lovely item from the benevolent spirits at EHAG.



    Thank you for your consideration, and Happy Halloween!



    Kim Dahlin

    kadahlin@hotmail.com

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  19. awesome giveaway!! Love them all!

    Deana
    justdeezart at gmail dot com

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  20. I am celebrating my Halloween surrounded by some lucky purchases from your monthly offerings from four of your artists: Carolee Clark (follow here since discovering her on EHAG), Candace Navarrete (the witch from 2 months ago) and CornerstoreGoddess (the pumpkin ornament from last month) and Chicken Lips. Do love Halloween and your site. Will light some candles, eat ghost and pumpkin cookies and chocolate!



    Thank you for your help here…Barb



    Contact Info:

    Barbara Marracino

    bbbwow@neo.rr.com

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