Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Winners in the Summer EHAG Emporium Ghoulaway

The skeletal hand has reached into the cauldron to draw the names of four lucky winners in the EHAG Emporium Summer Ghoulaway,  Thank you for your comments, and congratulations to the winners.  The artist will email you for your contact information.

And remember to drop in tomorrow night..  New works will be revealed on July 31st, at 9 PM EST, right here at the July EHAG Emporium.


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"A Witches Best Friend" 
Created by Jenene Mortimer
WINNER:  Mary Streeter
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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
WINNER: Vallie Taylor
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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
WINNER: Megan
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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
WINNER: Kathy Deiner
Our winner did not respond to emails from the artist.
The new winner is: Mary of starrynitesfarms
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OOAK Original SFA Illustration
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5 comments:

  1. Congratulations to the LUCKY winners!!
    Thanks for the chance at a great giveaway!
    Barb

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  2. Wonderful Halloween art!!

    Sharon Smith

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  3. I know I'm too late to enter, but I wanted to share our trick.
    When we were twelve my mother dressed us up and sent us out, while trick and treating at my Aunt's, she redressed us in the exact same clothes, different arrangement, elements from both our costumes, worn a different way. When we showed up at our mother's door, she didn't know who we were!

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  4. Having been told by adults on Halloween night, Aren't you too tall to be trick or treating? So the next few houses I went to the door on my knees! Having removed my shoes and put them under my knees, so I would look shorter! It worked! I thought that was funny. Got my candy. Since being the tallest girl from 4th grade on, I stopped at 6' in high school. Being tall is part of growing up...

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  5. Put an empty candy bucket in the yard next to the dog and post a sign: "The dog ate the candy"! NOOO I wouldn't do that!

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