Monday, July 15, 2013

The EHAG Emporium Summer Ghoulaway

Summertime, and the livin ' is phantasmic... so the artists of the Eclectic Halloween Artists Guild are hosting a Ghoulaway to keep you happily haunted until this month's EHAG Emporium's gates creak open on July 31st.  Enter and you could win one of these spooktacular creations.

To enter, leave a comment telling us your favorite summer Halloween activity. Then leave your name and a way of contacting you - email or your blog through which you are reachable.

On July 30th, at 9 PM EST, the skeletal hand will pluck four 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 July 31st, right here at the July EHAG Emporium.

To leave a comment, go to the bottom of this post, below all the photos.  You will see something that says xx Comments  (however many comments are already there).  Click that.  A comment box will appear below the other comments.  Write your comment, choose your identity, and submit.

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

(As for spammers who leave comments, the kindly BlogMistress will cheerfully put a curse on you.)

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"A Witches Best Friend" 
Created by Jenene Mortimer
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Hand sculpted with Paperclay; painted and stained with acrylics.
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She stands 5" tall and is 3" wide.
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https://www.etsy.com/shop/jenenemortimer

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Boo
Created by Rafael Hr of My Tiny Studio
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Size: About 4" x 6" inches
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Medium:color pencils.
It was illustrated on Strathmore paper.
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To visit my shop: www.etsy.com/shop/mytinystudio

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Pumpkin Boy Pinkeep/Decoration
 Designed and Hand Made by Elona Engelke / Wondrousthings
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Made from Wool Felt with hand built and hand painted wooden body.  
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Works great as a pincushion,
but also is perfect for your Halloween decorating!

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"SPRUNG" '
Created by Christopher A. Klingler of Designs By CK
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OOAK Original SFA Illustration
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26 comments:

  1. My favorite summer Halloween activity is putting together Treat bags while planning what to put in them.

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  2. My favorite summer Halloween activity is reviewing last year's Halloween stuff and planning this year's purchases and things to make

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  3. My favorite summer activity is planning out where to put each original Halloween work of art strategically so the house looks super spooky! Robert

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  4. Please enter me in the contest for July 2013. I think I've been haunted because I couldn't figure out where to put my comment?? Maybe it's the heat..LOL

    I still have live pumpkins on my porch and they are doing well even in the 100º plus weather here. I just have to give them a dusting every so often.

    Thanks,

    Sandy

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  5. My favorite summer Halloween activity is cross stitching Halloween designs. Thanks for the chance. codocat@yahoo.com

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  6. I start crocheting black and orange Tarot Card bags and witchy Rune bags in July. Just letting my creativity flow while making the bags and thinking of the cool autumn weather are my favorite things to do in the summer..

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  7. Well, painting ghosts, black cats, witches hats, and jack-o-lanterns of course! LOVE Halloween.
    Thanks for another fun giveaway!!
    Sharing this on my blog!
    barbsheartstrokes@gmail.com

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  9. My summertime Halloween activity is to search on line for just the right addition to my collection so my house is super spooky!!And then review all of what I have so I can figure out the layout of this years decore!!!

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  10. My favorite summer Halloween activity is planning our annual family Halloween party and getting started making things for it (like trophies, prizes, and decorations)! Thanks for the chance to win!

    - Megan
    PigAndPumpkin@Gmail.com

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  11. Well, I'm doing something Halloweeny year-round, but in the summer, I love to sketch out what oddities I'll display in my yard with a theme (this year is creepy sideshow!!). I also start bringing out one or two Halloween goodies.

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  12. Summer is just the pre-Halloween season! It's time to spot new Halloween arrivals in stores in late summer. It's time to think about how you can decorate your front porch for the season's trick or treaters! The trick or treaters are fantasizing about WHAT they will be this year! Lots to look forward to!''

    vallie taylor

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  13. Kissing my boyfriend on the bluffs of santa Monica

    Sweetlineart

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  14. Love the Halloween pieces on your site...



    One of my favorite things to do in the summer is catch up on some of my crafts for various holiday,

    one of which is Halloween...black cats and pumpkins...orange and black and anything with glitter!



    Candy Doud

    Loveland, OH

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  15. I love looking at all the Halloween decor on Pinterest, Etsy, and all the blogs, trying to decide what I want!

    Mary Streeter

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  16. I want to enter my name in the drawing. My blog is www.welcometocrestavenue.blogspot.com. Oh, and my favorite summer Halloween activity - let's see. Opening my front door with a big basket of candy and saying "Happy Halloween" to the person on the other side and asking them what they are dressed as and where their bag of candy is.

    John Newman

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  17. My favorite Summer time Halloween fun is watching my fav Movies. I love Practical Magic and Hocus Pocus. Of course I'm stitching all Summer long on Halloween goodies. Thank you for the chance to win some awesome art! Jaja tjlburke at gmail dot com

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  18. My favorite summer Halloween activity is getting out all my Halloween cookbooks and planning my holiday baking! With two giant freezers, I can also begin that baking!

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  19. Thanks for the opportunity to win something wonderful!

    My favorite activity for the Halloween season is decorating in fall colors, with leaves, pumpkins, sweetly spooky trinkets, candy~ I love it all. I have lots of cats that decorate the house all year, too. I also love the cooking that goes with this time of the year.

    Ann Thompson

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  20. For me my favorite summertime Halloween activity is looking through my Halloween decorations and trying to decide what more I want to get. I love the fall colors so for the last two years I have been starting to decorate for fall (Halloween first) in September.

    My information is below:

    Kathy Deiner
    Phone: 530-876-1686
    Email: ckdeiner@aol.com

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  21. My favorite summertime Halloween fun is staring into my glass cabinets where the creatures wait to be taken out and line up on the fireplace mantle or hang from the chandeliers or gather on the window sill and then to search the websites and fairs to find the perfect new ghoul who will join this motley crew!!!! Thanks for another chance to win as always!

    Lynn
    lmb48@att.net

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  22. My favorite summertime Halloween fun is the decorating. In the south, we don't have the changes of color, so I have to decorate and bring the colors to my home. Thanks for a chance to win!

    Mary
    starrynitesfarm@msn.com

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  23. My favorite summertime Halloween activity is collecting things (and making more) for new autumn Halloween fun! I collect spooky items, things to alter, and when I can I join in haunted blog parties to practice for the real events!
    All year long I also enjoy visiting artists and blogs and websites of those who make Halloween type art.

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  24. I have a couple Halloween things out year round, but I am always looking for new things to celebrate the season. Plus, I scout the summer yard sales for those eclectic items for some yet to be determined costume. Plus, as summer winds down I look for those delish recipes for fall.
    Thanks for this grand site and all the fabulous art each month! And, this cute give-a-way!

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  25. Decorating without a doubt! I start in August and stretch out the Halloween season until November just so I can enjoy the holiday to its maximum! :)

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