A Harvest Halloween Hop!

Congratulations Jackie S, you won!

1. Halloween book by Kiki Howell
2. $10 Scentsy credit from Tracy Hudacek
3. $30 voucher to Accessories Direct, high value coupon assortment from the Pacific Northwest, and a cute set of Halloween Themed Embroidered Washcloths from Emily’s Frugal Tips!

I’ll be in touch soon:) Congratulations!



Sponsor Highlight
Emily’s Frugal Tips is proud to offer the following sponsor for tomorrows Harvest Halloween Blog Hop Giveaway!
1. Author Kiki Howell,
Will be offering her new book to be released Oct 15th“What Are You Afraid Of?” to one very lucky winner! For a complete review and interview please see the reviews section of my blog here
2. Tracy Hudacek of Queen of Scentsy is offering a $10 credit and FREE shipping to the lucky winner!
3. Also being offered from Emily at Emily’s Frugal Tips to the lucky winner is
~ $30 jewelry voucher to Accessories Direct.
~High value coupon assortment from the Pacific Northwest
~Mystery gift!



  • 2de00f22-a0cf-11e0-a91a-000bcdcb5194

    >My favorite Halloween was when my sister, cousins and I were out and it started to snow. MN weather has always been crazy. But it was fun to slide around as our makeup got wet and started to run down our faces.

    your1chef at aol dot com

  • Judy

    >When I first took my son trick or treating when he was about 3 or 4(and he knew what was going on ), he was so excited that people would just hand him and his older sister candy for hollowing trick or treat:)


  • makeetis

    >my favorite memory is when I was around 6 years old (maybe 7). I was trick or treating and the lights went out in my whole town from a transformer that broke. All the kids were running around and screaming thinking someone was going to get them..I was just walking into my property getting ready to head in the house to use the restroom so I wasn't as scared but I will never forget the kids that went into my home with me that night…luckily we knew them and their

  • K

    >My father forbid trick-or-treating as a kid, but my mom figured stopping to say hello to family members and their neighbors was okay. 🙂 Every year we'd go to my grandma's for chili and then go "Visiting." My grandma passed away 6 years ago when *a* was a baby, so now we continue that tradition at my mom's! *a* gets to "visit" a lot more people though. 😀

  • Dominique

    >My favorite Halloween memory was the year my parents through a surprise Halloween party for my younger brother and I (I was in the 4th grade at the time. I'm 28 now). They invited all our cousins and took us trick-or-treating first. We came back, and they had the house decorated so nicely, and lots of yummy treats. They even had a room set up in the back like a small Haunted House. There were games to play for prizes, a costume contest/parade, and a pie eating contest. All us kids had so much fun. Most of them have kids of their own now, and still love to reminisce about it.

  • mbreakfield

    >One year there was a huge Halloween carnival at my school with a great haunted house and neat games and yummy food. It was great.

  • ACMommy3

    >Favorite memory is when I was little and my mom dressed me up as a ballerina and let me wear REAL makeup! I was thrilled and felt so special! 🙂

  • Vinci

    >My fav. memory is when our kitty followed my
    boys and their friends to every house. He was
    so cute. The weather was so cold and icy.
    My boys just had so much fun. Then, we had
    fireworks and hot chocolate. The kitty got
    a extra treat too. lol.
    dayle b at telus dot net

  • Vinci

    >Tried to comment on Kiki"s site but
    did not see a comment section.
    But, sent a mess. to her facebook
    site to friend her..Also, left a comment on her
    KIKI, kitchen blog. Her recipes are
    dayle b at telus dot net

  • carolwegs

    >I remember bobbing for apples at my grandmothers every year. there was always a coin stuck in the apple.
    carolwegs at gmail dot com

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