Monday, October 22, 2012

Soulful Swing...and a Giveaway!

In honor of all things vegan and cruelty-free, and the glorious fun that is Vegan MoFo (Vegan Month of Food), I'll be featuring some fun and fabulous vegan artists throughout October!
Who: Jeri Olin and Sienna Kittelman of Zoe and Piper
What: Handmade Sterling Silver Gemstone Jewelry and Spiritual Gifts
Where: Phoenix, AZ
Web: http://zoeandpiper.com/
http://taostradinginc.com/
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ZOEandPIPER
Why: Radiant and rare gemstone beads such as Mozambique Garnet and Green and Blue Apatite echo central messages of peace, love and serenity. I love the bright color combos and the supersweet swinging pendulums, and sales help support animal sanctuaries and compassionate charities...yay!  :)

It's treat time! The giveaway today is a $25.00 etsy gift card.
Just leave a comment on this post:
Mandatory...tell me your favorite Halloween costume as a child, or the best Halloween costume you've ever created, or just say "Boo!"
If you twitter or facebook or blog about the giveaway, leave the link in that comment and I'll give you a second entry.
Please make sure your blogger profile includes your email address, or include your email address in your comment.
The winner will be drawn at random on Halloween eve, October 31st at midnight (CT). I will contact the winner by email and she/he will have 72 hours to reply. I'll announce the winner on this blog post once they have been confirmed. Cheers!

..and who is the lucky one? it's bitt!
You are the winner of the $25 Etsy Gift Card!
Congratulations!


Happy Halloween and A Blessed Samhain! 

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18 Comments:

OpenID toocheapforpinenuts said...

my fave costume memory is my mom making me an indian costume. info at jorele dot com

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Nadine ngdoupe@digitalweb.net said...

Hey! I think my favorite costume as a child was a black cat outfit made by my aunty, and it was my favorite because my mother saved it for me for years, and then, when she got to be around the age I was back then, my daughter got to wear it, too! :) Happy Harvest Time!

2:59 PM  
Blogger Kristina @ spabettie said...

fun giveaway, some of these pieces are beautiful!

my favorite costume as a kid, probably Raggedy Ann. my mom made them, my brother was Andy, it was pretty cute.

my favorite as an adult... in college I made a Travis Bickel (Taxi Driver!) costume, complete with the drawer pull gun up my sleeve! :)

4:02 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

Mrs.PineNut...just checked out your blog...superyumful stuff!
I used to squish my peas too. ;)

Nadine...aha! cats really do have nine lives, even the costumey ones! :)

5:29 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

Kristina...Bickle is brilliant! I love the gadgety gun idea. Someday you gotta post some pix. Cheers!

5:35 PM  
Blogger celyn said...

oooh. I once went as a dalmation and was awfully happy!

7:43 PM  
Blogger kelly g. said...

When I was about 10, I dressed up as David Bowie from The Labyrinth. I have many fond memories of that one. Another year, mom made me a pretty awesome Catra outfit.

8:21 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

crazy cool movie...I think it's time for a rerun of that one! I bet the costume got plenty of attention, especially the hair! ;)

9:51 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

I think Dalmatians should always be happy...or at least dotty. :)

9:54 PM  
Blogger bitt said...

My best Halloween costume was a compost bin. I won a prize for it! I love making my own costumes.
bittofraw@gmail.com

11:06 AM  
Blogger Cindy D. said...

Pretty stuff! I particularly like that "Herbivore" necklace. I'm a pescetarian but I think I could pull it off. :)

I don't have a favorite costume. My mom did make some cool clown costumes for her and my dad, but I am definitely not a clown fan. I went as a hobo a few times (easy and cheap!) My favorite would have to be someone else's costume.. a friend in college built a little truck out of cardboard and made it into a recyling truck he could carry around like he was driving it. (As a bonus, it sort of fits the vegan/environmental theme!)

I don't do twitter of FB (and I'm still happy about that!) but I shall try to remember to include a note in my next blog post. :)

5:18 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

LOL...I love the compost bin! Lemon peels and orange skins and pineapple leaves would be colorful and fruity-scented. :)

We did hobos too as kids...lots of borrowing from grandpa's trunk old clothes. I loved his hats. :)
Many thanks!

10:17 PM  
Blogger Lizzie Bordello said...

My favorite costume was probably when I went as Cleopatra in...fifth grade, I think. I found these amazing snake bracelets at a thrift store, and my mom even let me dye my hair black! :)

I tweeted about the giveaway:
https://twitter.com/wickedliz/status/262321804767531008

and I also posted about it on my Facebook (but I can't figure out how to find a link to that specific post...)

5:43 PM  
OpenID tahinitoo said...

My best friend and I dressed up as the Nelson twins for Halloween one year. We even had guitars as props. Do you remember Nelson? Those hunky blond pop rockers from the 80's? Hahaa!

7:41 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

I always wanted snake bracelets like that...must have been an exotically cool costume! :)

8:33 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

I remember twins, sons of Ricky Nelson...? I had to check out their website...Gunnar does cooking shows now too!

4:21 AM  
Blogger Cindy D. said...

Mentioned at my blog as promised - hope it brings you some visits!
http://www.theslumberingherd.com/2012/10/haunt-for-illustration-friday-and-captain-nemo/

6:19 PM  
Blogger moonsword said...

Many thanks oh Shepherdess of the Slumbering Beasts!
Your Haunted Houses are screamingly cool! I'm so tempted to join the ATC groups just so I can trade a haunt or two. Nemo is outstanding! That was one of my favorite movies as a kid...I drew so many subs after that one. Cheers!

9:30 AM  

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