I love Halloween! It’s such a fun holiday, completely pointless and full of candy. Adults get to have just as much fun as the kids since there is nothing to “believe” in and no age limit on dressing up.
This year, Sam’s Club wants to help you with your Halloween celebrating.
Sam’s has a website dedicated to all your Fall entertaining needs. Everything from Oktoberfest to Halloween, and stuff in between.
Omgosh, look at these adorable ceramic candy bowls! I want need the pumpkin. So cute! Sam’s has great deals on filling the bowls with candy, too as well as other spooky decorations and costumes.
Halloween Food Ideas
The Fall Harvest website has super spooky Halloween food recipes, too. Check out these little ghostly pizza’s made with English muffins and mozzarella cut out like ghosts? Isn’t that clever? I’m totally making these for my boys.
And check out these Jiggly Jack O’Lanterns, too. I mean, what other holiday has such creative and fun food options? These are made with oranges and Jello. I wish I was so creative to think of this stuff on my own. But I’m not, so I’m happy that Sam’s Club has a holiday website to tell me how to do these fun things.
All my boys love Halloween, but Anthony LOVES Halloween. He’s a big prankster and he just loves all the spooky decorations and opportunities to “scare” people. I’m going to be in trouble with this one!
Creative Halloween Costumes
Halloween would not be Halloween without costumes. And I really miss the days when people made their own costumes with old junk out of their closets. Today every child is wearing some commercialized piece of polyester costume that they buy in the store. And these are so expensive! It’s a lot more fun, and usually cheaper to make your own costumes. Too bad my boys didn’t get the memo…they want to be Toad, Yoshi and Darth Maul, all because a catalog came in the mail and now their hearts are set. *sigh*
But a few short years ago, before they developed their own opinion, we made their costumes. And it was my favorite Halloween with the boys I’ve ever had!
The Nathan and Gabriel were home made ghosts (white clothes and lots of tulle) and Anthony was a robot. I even wrote about the process for making the robot costume. It was such a fun Halloween and we got so many compliments on their creative costumes. I was a proud momma.
Sam’s Club want’s to celebrate FUN and CREATIVE costumes by having a Costume Contest and you can win a Wii!
Dig out a picture of your favorite, most fun and most creative costume. It can be one you, your child, or your spouse, past or present costumes.
On October 20th, I will choose my THREE favorite submissions to send on to Sam’s Club (finalists). All of the Sam’s Club Community Bloggers are hosting the contest on their sites. Each of us (10 bloggers) will send in our three favorites. Sam’s Club will then choose ONE Grand Prize winner from the blogger submissions to receive a very cool Wii Prize Bundle (including Wii System, Wii Fit Plus, Balance Board and Controller) Valued at $294.81.
Using the form below, upload your Halloween Costume photo. Important: Be sure to name it so I know who’s picture belongs to who! THEN, you MUST leave a comment telling me which picture is yours so I can contact you if you are chosen as a finalist! If you don’t leave a comment, I can’t contact you and you will be disqualified. I don’t want you to put your email on the picture submission because then it will be public…unless you don’t care about those things.
I will choose my three favorites on October 20th. Grand Prize winner will be announced by Sam’s Club on October 31st.
Terms and Conditions:
The Sam’s Club Halloween Photo Contest starts at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (“EST”) on October 12, 2010 and ends at 11:59 p.m. EST on October 21, 2010 (“Contest Period”). Participants can enter the Contest by submitting a “Halloween costume photo” and completing the Contest registration form at only one (1) of the ten Contest blog sites.
*Please note that new images must be approved by me before they appear publicly. Please contact me if it’s been 24 hours and you don’t see your picture posted. Thanks!
*Please be mindful of your image size. Images larger than 1000 pixles wide will be rejected.
FTC Disclosure: I was provided monetary compensation for my participation in this holiday campaign. The opinions expressed are always 100% my own.