Monday, October 29, 2007

Trick or Treat



OK - I have tried for a couple of days to get this picture of the blog candy posted and for some reason it's not wanted to work. Today, it finally does!!
Ready for Trick or Treating? The trick: Post your favorite childhood Halloween story by 10 pm (EST). The treat: everything you see in the picture (except the paper I used to cover up my printer and use as a backdrop) - you get 4 pieces (6x6) of the really adorable decorative paper, a package of Prima's mini-me's, a package of flower shaped tacks, 3 packages of ribbon (from my trip to the ribbon outlet) and last but not least, a new See D's by Inque Boutique stamp set. This stamp set is so cute!! Also, I'll include a card I made with this set (I got me one, too!).
After I've read all the posts on Thursday 11/1, me and a friend will pick the best story and will post on Friday the winner of the blog candy.
Good luck! Stay safe this Halloween!

7 Encouraging Thoughts:

Jan Scholl said...

I think I am too late-its 1 AM---but my best times were always with my brother Boo. He spent almost his entire short life in a wheelchair and I pushed him around but we still were goofy and got tons of candy each Halloween. That is why halloween is my favorite time ever. Thanks Boo.

CAKVD said...

I hope it's not too late. You've got some awesome candy here!! My favorite Halloween memory was when I was in kindergarten. My dad (an inventor) was in charge of making my costume. He made me into a 1970's TV set! It was huge and clumsy and I couldn't sit down. I could barely move because it was so heavy. I must say that I've never seen another person go as a TV set since!! Thanks!!
Cheryl KVD

jodene said...

I think my favorite Halloween memory was when I was about 16 I took my brother who was 8. I took him trick or treating for the last time. The next year I moved away for college. Thanks for the chance!

laurlynn said...

My favorite Halloween memory is from 10 yrs ago when my son was born! I so did not want to have a Halloween baby, just his own day. But actually it turned out great. The drs and nurses were all dressed up. Our visitors were all so fun (probably still on a sugar high!). We took his picture next to a pumpkin when we got home. Now, no one forgets his bday because they always remember he's our "little pumpkin"!

Heidi said...

It was weird Melissa, I came to post to the blog candy and I couldn't find it- so figured I had missed it. I was trying to remember back to the best halloween story: that was awhile ago! We had a halloween party and we got to bob for apples (remember when you did that?) and then you also had to try and eat donuts off strings hanging from the ceiling (can't do that now- all the germs!). Then it was always a fresh fall smell...... and off to the barn for a hayride and you always knew that someone's dad was out in the field waiting for that wagon to come around and scare the heck out of you but where was it going to happen. It was always so exciting....... the anticipation of being spooked! Oh, and lets not forget picking straw out of every nook and cranny for the rest of the night! Thats my story....
Heidi

Jami said...

Whoops...I posted to your second post for blog candy from Oct.31st. Sorry!!
Jami

Bella Sistah said...

How could we ever forget that fish stew? Do you remember, Miss? Mom made that horrible concoction one Halloween night. Dad, who would eat anything without complaint, said "get rid of that, we're going to McDoalds!" We were happy!

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