Tuesday, October 22, 2013

A Halloween Giveaway: Thanks to All You Magazine

I have a spooktacular giveaway for y'alls lovely bones today! All You magazine has decided to be totally awesome and release their first ever Halloween Handbook. All You Frightfully Fun Halloween Can be found at Amazon, B&N.com, Food Lion, Raley's, Save-Mart, & Walmart.

However, one lucky reader will be getting one for FREE. Let's give a blood curdling scream for the amazing peeps of All You magazine.


Here's how to enter:
Contest closes Thursday October 24th at 11:59 p.m EST

Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite Halloween tradition, activity, or recipe along With your email so you can be contacted if you're the winner.

One winner will be selected by random.org and announced on Friday October 25th on the blog and receive a book in time for Halloween.

This fun giveaway is open to all US residents.

Good Luck to all you Boo's! I can't wait to see who the winner will be. Thanks again to All You magazine for such a fun giveaway.

11 comments:

  1. I really want to carve pumpkins and roast the seeds. Now that my daughter is two I think she'll start to get it a bit more. Theresa_m79@hotmail.com

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  2. Our favorite Halloween Tradition is hitting the pumpkin patch at our church, I just posted on my blog about it yesterday, It's so pretty nestled under the Live Oaks and Spanish moss :)
    We also have a few recipes we like to make every year like crazy halloween cupcakes

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  3. My favorite tradition for Halloween is eating hotdogs before heading out to trick or treat. My parents started this when I was little because they both worked and didn't have time to fix an elaborate supper before getting us dressed up. To this day, I still associate hot dogs with Halloween.

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  4. My favorite holiday tradition for Halloween is helping my kids carve the pumpkin. Then the best part is the seeds.

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  5. With my nieces and nephews we make rice krispie treats into the shapes of ghost or witches hats and then decorate them.

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  6. My son was born in October and my daughter in November, so Halloween to me always symbolizes the birthdays and celebration of our family! One of our favorite traditions are the hayride to the pumpkin patch then following it up with a corn stalk maze then sipping on warm apple cider and taking beautiful fall pictures all along the way!! redingr@ccf.org

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  7. Inventing new costumes and decorating the house in Halloween flare from floor to ceiling! All of this while sipping warm apple cider spiked with a bit o' rum. As for tradition, buying bags of candy, eating said bags of candy, then needing to buy more candy for the trick or treaters :) alinicole_rizzo@hotmail.com

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  8. We love to carve pumpkins and roast the seeds (trying different flavors every year)! aephialum@verizon.net

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  9. Making candy corn rice krispie treats. Meredith245 at yahoo dot com

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  10. THIS CONTEST IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED THANKS SO MUCH

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