Friday, 24 October 2014

Friday Die Day...Giveaway!

Hello friends

This Friday is a Die Giveaway Day and as Halloween is looming
I have themed dies to send out to two lucky winners.

Jack O Lanterns

and Candy Corn

Really simple, just make sure you are a blog follower and leave a comment.

If you celebrate Halloween it would be nice to know what you do.
When the boys were younger they used to dress up and go trick or treating,
they would come home grinning from ear to ear with their goodies -
there were a lot more treats than tricks!

Have a good weekend, as soon as I'm organised normal FDD's will resume!

Take care friends.


Mrs B said...

Hi Christine. Thank you for the chance to win the Halloween stamps. I love the pumpkin ones : ) Have a great weekend, een if you spend it all packing and moving. Just think what your cabin will look like this time next week! Just wondered if you going to have a name for the cabin? Take care.

AnneRD said...

Hi Christine, love the pumpkin faces. We have been growing pumpkins for a few years now, but they are not as big this year, probably due to the dry summer. However, the grandchildren still get a lot of pleasure from helping their dad carve out funny faces. Anne x

hazel young said...

Lovely dies Christine, loving the pumpkins. As my boys are the same ages as yours we don't do it any more, but when we did we used to dress up and go trick and treating, we used to go to parties at my friends house and have parties at ours. We have also been to the local community Halloween party.I love how it has got much more popular now, lovely to see all the little ones dressing up xx hazel

PharmacyMichele said...

The pumpkin dies look great. We haven't really bothered with Halloween but we usually Facetime our relatives in Florida & the kids show us their costumes & buckets of sweets(candy)!


Chris said...

Hi Christine,
These dies are great fun I love them, but please exclude me from the draw as I won these dies when my charity kit raffle number came up, good luck to the lucky winner. Have a good weekend, I hope you get your craft cabin organised.
Chris xx

val jones said...

Hi Christine. What cute little dies. Never seen them before.
Halloween isn't really that big an occasion over here but I have fond memories of my children Trick or Treating.
Have a lovely organising weekend.
Love Val in Spain x

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Very cute dies, Love the little faces.
Halloween is a time for the children here we still gets calls when they are out trick and treating.
I hope you have a good day. Take care. x.

Sue Dunn said...

Hi Christine. The pumpkin dies are great. How's the garden "studio" coming along. Look forward to seeing it all set up. X

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, Loving the faces on the halloween pumpkins, they are really comical. We used to get quite a lot of children knocking, but they have been diminishing year by year, last year we hardly got any.
Have a good weekend, albeit 'packing and stacking', but it will all be worth it when you are sorted.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Sharon said...

Hello Christine, thank you for the chance to win these super dies. I hope everything is going well for you. Bets wishes
Sharon x

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
I don't recall my children doing Trick or Treat { i don't think it was the in thing over here in their younger days }.
However i love to see the children all dressed up who come knocking on the door especially the little ones .
Thank you for the chance to win your dies , Good luck everyone .

Take Care
Elaine H X

Jane Willis said...

When asked to make a Halloween card last week, I realised I have absolutely NOTHING Halloween related in my stash so one of these would be great!

pinksparkle said...

Hi Christine, I have my pumpkin bucket ready for Halloween full of treats! The local kiddies knock on our door all dressed up and faces painted. Some shyly take one sweet others go in with both hands, it makes me smile. Should be dry the weekend for your 'moving in', good luck!

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Hope all goes well over the weekend with the moving in, I should think a lot of mulling over where to put things.
Halloween wasn't done when my girls were small but the grandchildren have had great fun tricking and treating.

Janice said...

Hi Christine
Thank you for the chance to win a set of dies, they are brilliant! Enjoy your day working in London, as you have a busy weekend ahead, craft organising & 'partying'!
Janice x

Sandra said...

Good morning Christine,
How was the dinner?
We used to do the same as you, dress up the children and walk the round, I guess we were lucky as we lived in Married quarters, so children just went round there, which was safe, they used to love it, sweets to last a month, which children wouldn't.
As they got older my son used to decorate the front of the house, using his smoke machine etc, he had more fun doing that, we used to make green spaghetti for children to put their hands in etc, now they are all older we don't really bother so much, I don't mind the little ones coming round early on, but we had too many older kids asking for money and even cigarettes to my shock and horror!
I hope you have a great organising weekend, I look forward to all of your progress pics, hope the weather stays dry enough for you.
Crafty hugs to all,
Sandra xxx

Anne O said...

Hi. Christine
My kids used to dress up and knock on neighbours doors. I always still do a range of pumpkins (sometimes even grown by me!) for the front door to entice the local youngsters to call. I wear a witches hat to answer the door if they are slightly older children Best wishes , Anne O

Carole Z said...

OOH I am such a Halloween fan I would LOVE to win these! I didn't know there was a candy corn die, whilst over in the USA these images are everywhere, they ae harder to find here. I am very much in Halloween mode at the moment, making lots of decor and I always decorate our porch and front garden, When my friends kids were young, we used to host Halloween Fancy dress parties, such great memories - and I have spent some fab 31st's with my family in US! Hugs Carole Z X

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, Love the stamps so pretty . love Jean Z xxx

Elaine said...

What a great giveaway. Fingers crossed. I love making halloween treat bags and cards for my Friends children. I wish I could go to America to see how cool it is out there bet they have great stuff in the shops. Have a great weekend x

Laura O said...

nice to see halloween products not always so easilly got ,Laura O

Sarah Morgan said...

Hi Christine
Thank you so much for the chance to win some halloween themed Spellbinders - The pumkin ones are fabulous. Sam is nearly 18 and still loves Halloween although now he prefers to enjoy it fancy dress down the pub. I remember when I used to take him round the houses trick or treating - he used to love it and so did I. Have a lovely weekend.

Sarah x

Ella's Design said...

Hi Christine,
My eldest is past the Halloween thing, but my youngest will still probably dress up and go trick or treating and then maybe have a few friends round to his shed! (Like you, he has a little cabin at the side of the house to 'chill in' as he says, but it's not double glazed or anything...he wishes!)
Love the cute little pumpkin dies and thanks for sharing! Hugs, Lisa x

Stamping Bubbles said...

Hi Christine
My children are also getting past trick or treating. I still dress the house tho!
Great dies today. Thanks for the chance of winning them.

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Christine
Thanks to the chance to win some Halloween stamps. We don't really celebrate Halloween now, although my partner used yo put on a horrible face mask and claw hands. He used to answer the door to the children who knocked for Halloween.

Bea said...

hi Christine - re Halloween my kids used to dress up and went guising - - they had to do aparty piece when they went to someone's door and got a treat afterwards. I think this has now gone out of fashion and the more americanised trick or treat is what happens here too now. Great Friday die giveaway :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine. Love the pumpkins - my granddaughter would adore them. She is just getting into Halloween now and is going to a party. AnnieS.

Lacelady said...

Hi, Christine, I've been missing, due to a lack of broadband connection (8 days!) so I've missed a lot. My daughter decorates her house for Halloween, even though the grands are all grown up, but I live way in the country, so I don't bother. (getting oo old too!)


I love the candy corn die. As a child we would have Halloween parties and go trick or treating.

baconbits said...

Morning Christine
Glad to be back its been ages due to no computer.
I celebrate halloween every year as it is my wedding anniversary - I decorate the house and dress up for the children- sometimes I even go out for dinner with my husband.
Amanda xx

Toni said...

Love the pumpkins Christine, so seasonal at the moment. I haven't got anything 'halloweeny' in my craft stuff.
The grandchildren seem so much more geared up to Halloween these days and just love dressing up.
Toni xx

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