Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Halloween Soap Giveaway




My first official giveaway will be one of my Candy Corn Soaps. These soaps are wonderful as a Halloween treat for yourself or to give as a gift. To enter all you have to do is post a comment on YOUR best Halloween costume (or one you would like to do, but like me can't get up the nerve to do it) and leave an email where I can reach you if you win. I've always been a huge 40's "pin-up" girl fan and would love to dress up like that, but to be honest -I'm too big of a chicken.


The contest starts tonight and will end Sunday October 26 at 12:00pm EST. Your prize will be mailed on Monday and should arrive in time for Halloween. All names will go into a basket at the end of the drawing and one of my wonderful children will do the honors and choose the winner.

25 comments:

quitecontrary1977 said...

Love this soap! I went as "Sally" from Nightmare Before Christmas. It was the first year I realized you don't have to be a sex bomb every Halloween. It's more fun to be something spooky! I'm having some giveaways on my blog, too! Come on by! http://nowenteringmomville.blogspot.com/2008/10/shabby-apple-dress-giveaway.html

Beth, a.k.a. Chciken Scratch said...

One year I was working at a very straight-edge corporation, and they relaxed the dress code a bit for Halloween. I went as the "manga" (japanese comic) version of myself - I got a hot pink wig done in cute ponytails, a big daisy hair clip, and wore huge, rainbow-colored false eyelashes. I had neon yellow & green striped thi-highs, a turquoise mini skirt, and a little baby doll tee with fingerless gloves. Oh, and mary jane flats. I'm not sure what my boss thought, but I was regarded as "the crazy one" in the office after that. In a good way.

Rebecca said...

I am boring I guess, I have only ever been one thing for halloween. When I was a kid I was Cleopatra for 3 years straight, lol, because it was hand-me-down costume and we never went trick-or-treating anyway.I am begining to realize why I never get that into halloween, haha! But I DO love that candycorn soap!!!

Meka said...

First of all, how can you possibly expect anyone to use your soaps if you make them so delicious looking? I don't want to bathe with it; I wanna EAT it!

I'm trying hard to remember any good costumes. They were all pretty bad. I've been your typical bunny, mouse, and cat (like 5 years in a row, sad but true). Basically, anything that costs little or nothing... I'm remembering back, waaay back to elementary school. We didn't have money to "waste" on Halloween costumes, so I just went as a Woman. I dressed up in grown up clothes, put on some floppy high heals from the back of my mom's closet, and made my way to the annual school Halloween Carnival. I remember getting a few comments, but, in retrospect, it had to have been all out of pity.

Linda said...

To be honest I am not into dressing up for Halloween or any other thing. I just love your soap and since candy corn is my favorite candy I had to enter. ;)

mompotter

Natalie said...

I haven't really wore a costume. But if we do, I'd love to do it as a family. Recently I found a family wearing the Incredibles costumes. It looks really fun and cute. Adore By Nat

Homemade Zen said...

Humm, I dressed as an Indian girl one time for halloween. That was quite a while ago though :-)

Maddie and Mommy said...

This year I'm going to see if I can get the nerve up to wear the cat mask (as seen in my picture Maddie wearing it) with black leggings, black knee high boots, black top and hubby is voting for a tail. I'll take pics if I do it and post them on my blog. Many years in a row I'd go as a Renaissance peasant girl since I had the costume from renni fairs. The best one though was in college where I simply dressed up as "dead" I used my stage makeup to make my skin look all icky and I simply looked DEAD.
you can find me at 1MaddieAndMommy.blogspot.com

Robin@creations-anew.com said...

Pick Me, Pick Me, Pick Me,....
I love this soap..it has been on my "dream list"
by the way your blog is looking wonderful!
Robin

Amy said...

I never dress up, but I always make costumes for my kids. I think the best ever was the year my daughter wanted to be Barbie of Swan Lake. There was no commercial pattern for that so I had to design it myself. It was gorgeous if I do say so myself! lol.

Amy
recycledjeans.etsy.com
mail@recycledjeansco.com

Beth said...

One year I dressed up as a "one night stand", literally. I made a table with a tablecloth out of a cardboard box and affixed a little alarm clock to it, then I had a lampshade on my head. It was so funny. Also shocked my co-workers one year by wearing a cheerleading outfit to work on Halloween. Love all your soaps!

piccoladonna2006 said...

We are known in the neighbourhood like the "superman family" since my son is a big fan of superman....I was super girl obviously! piccoladonna2006@hotmail.com

A Thyme To Bee Comforted said...

Ooo that soap is sooo cute!! I am keepin my fingers crossed!!

madelyn_marie said...

I want to dress my daughter 14 months old up as a monkey, when I was a kid I was pretty much only a witch for halloween my email is madelyn_marie at yahoo dot com.

Estela said...

The soap looks sooo good I could eat it!! I bet it smells AMAZING!!
Great giveaway
I can't think of anything I have been for halloween!! My mind is gone tonight!

theclackhouse said...

I make candles my self, but since being on etsy..have fallen in LOVE with soaps!
I would always dress up as Wonder Woman! I'm a stay-at-home Mommy of 5 boys so it just seems to suit me..:)

Jenny said...

When I was 14 my mom and I made me this awesome cat costume with white background leopard print pajama flannel and a black satin tummy. It had a hood with cute little ears, footies, and it even had a tail that we stuffed with plastic grocery sacks. If I was one inch shorter and 40 pounds lighter I might be able to fit into it again...lol!

FlutterBaby Gifts said...

I was a 70's hippie chick one year complete with pink velvet bell bottoms I found at the Goodwill, and a LONG blond wig!! It was one of my favs!! LOL @ the "one night stand" - thats a good one!!!!

Abigail's Boutique Designs said...

the soap looks great and that is a really good photo. Anyway i dont dress up much for halloween but i do make my kids costumes, this year my daughter is going as a dark fairie and my son is going as an alien , no not the illegal kind.LOL

mamashai said...

I absolutely love this soap!!! I can't wait for Halloween. For the past 8 years I've worn the same fairy costume to trick-or-treat. My mom made it when I was 15, and every year I do something different with it. Last year I added green strips of fabric to the skirt, the year before I replaced the straps with cool fabric and flowers, the year before that I made new, bigger wings. I think it's kind of cool - same costume, but still different every year. This year my daughter wants to be batman and says her dad should be Joker and I should be Harley Quinn. lol.

smokeymountainscents said...

Great costumes you have all done for yourself and children. My children are going to be a Dead Biker and vampire Princess. Keep 'em coming.

seemommysew said...

We have't done halloween for a while....I guess my favorite is a fireman costume we picked up for for our son. It almost looks real!

Andrea said...

What fabulous soap! I made a cute cat costume (black and white) a few years ago, but went as a witch last year.

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MaryMarsh said...

Great giveaway! Love this soap! Ok, my name is MaryMarsh... so one year I dressed up as an "M & M" lol! Seriously too funny! I had a blast though. I love Halloween! It's one of my fav holidays!

~MaryMarsh
carolina1993@aol.com
http://marymarsh.etsy.com

Oakenstone Handmade said...

This soap looks so delicious! I luv candy corn :)

Last year I dressed up as a witch! My kids loved it because mom could dress up too!