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Saturday, October 30, 2010

The 72-Hour Giveaway: CSN Stores

Hey friends!

I thought I'd give you a TREAT this weekend and host a giveaway for a $35 CSN gift code! Are you familiar with CSN Stores? They have over 200 online stores, offering everything from contemporary coffee tables to kitchen gadgets to office supplies.

How to enter: Just comment and share what you would like to get with the $35 gift code. Click HERE to go to their main site.

I'll select a winner randomly at 12-noon (Central time) on Tuesday, November 2nd!

Please note: This is only open to readers in the USA and Canada.

Bonus entries:
* How are you celebrating Halloween this weekend?
* What treats are you handing out, if any? (This can also include food you're bringing to a party.)
* Your favorite Halloween memory.
(Post a separate comment for each answer.)

Last year I dressed as "multiple personalities," by sticking a package of "Hello My Name Is" stickers with different celebrity names written in all over my clothes.


Have a great weekend! Remember, I'll be announcing the winner at 12pm (Central Time) on Tuesday!

30 comments:

  1. great giveaway! If I won I would buy a veggie slicer of some sort!! How useful that would be!

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  2. I am celebrating by hopefully hitting up some fall festival parties with my kids...don't think I'm dressing up this year. Maybe next!!

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  3. My favorite Halloween memory is dressing up like Minnie Mouse year after year as a kid. We lived in Florida and frequently visited Disney...could you tell? haha!

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  4. I probably won't be passing out treats as we live a quarter of a mile up a pretty steep driveway..those would have to be some determined trick-or-treaters if we did. ;-)

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  5. I think that I might put this towards the X Rocker Large Blue Shiny Bean Bag Chair . I have a number of young nieces and nephews and this would be wonderful for them for a Christmas gift.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  6. As for Halloween I am not really doing all that much. I had three kidney stone surgeries this summer and well I am still sort of recovering. I will probably just get up and down and answer our door when it rings.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  7. I think I'd buy a waffle iron. That would be delicious and make for some wonderful breakfasts!

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  8. I celebrated Halloween weekend by attending the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear in Washington, DC and then going to a friend's party. Halloween DAY was spent carving pumpkins, and watching football and America's Funniest Home Videos!

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  9. We handed out standard chocolate candy bars, including Twix, Snickers and Milky Ways.

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  10. Hmm, my favorite Halloween memory was the first year I DIDN'T go trick-or-treating (I may have been 14 or 15) and I stayed home and handed out candy to adorable little children. I also dressed up our cat, Felix, in a doll's kimono so she was a little geisha (she's black and white and has a lot of white on her face), haha.

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  11. I would buy another place seeting of my fiesta ware dishes.

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  12. I celebrated Halloween by going out of town with my husband to Nathan Bedford Forest state park and did some hiking. :o)

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  13. I didn't get to hand out treats this year since we were gone. I always love handing out treats though, but had to skip it this year.

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  14. My favorite Halloween memory is when I was about 12, me and my friends were taken to a cemetery that was supposedly haunted. We were told a very scary story and then left there. Yikes...ha I remember it being so scary! :o)

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  15. i would get the jumbo uppercase magnets

    ~heidi~
    deschepper1@hotmail.com

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  16. we celebrated halloween by having our anual family costume party :)

    ~heidi~
    deschepper1@hotmail.com

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  17. i made a cookie called "monster toes" to take to our halloween party. check out the recipe on my blog: stitchesstewsandbookreviews.blogspot.com

    ~heidi~
    deschepper1@hotmail.com

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  18. i have lots of fun halloween memories but one of my favorites is the year we made a haunted house in my great grandma's basement for all the trick or treaters.

    ~heidi~
    deschepper1@hotmail.com

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  19. Yay giveaways!

    I celebrated by going to the Neil Gaiman/American Gods-themed celebration at the House on the Rock. There were costumes galore and it was so surreal and amazing. But by the *actual* day of Halloween, when the gathering was over, I was too exhausted to do much of anything!

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  20. Do they sell fish? My sons croaked over the weekend. Actually I was thinking about a nutmeg grater. Tis the season for nutmeg!

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  21. Jaxon was the Joker and I was hoping for a Jack Nicholas Joker but he cried after his make up was on and looked more Heath Ledger. He still was the cutest kid on the street. Homemade costumes are the best. The whole thing cost me around $10.

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  22. Jaxon and I made sugar cookies. I gave him 4 different colors of icing in ziploc baggies with the tip cut off and let him decorate away. They looked like an acid trip gone bad. Then we also made mummy turkey franks. They were cute. Maybe next time we will try tofurkey dogs!

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  23. I celebrated Halloween last night at a goth club in Dallas. BEYOND awesome.

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  24. I might put it toward a highchair for my daughter's dolls.

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  25. I celebrated Halloween by going to the library party with my kids and visiting my parents and a few of their neighbors. We had pumpkin pie and monster shakes.

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  26. I would love to get this rocket playhouse for my girls:

    http://www.csnstores.com/Bazoongi-Kids-SE-RKT-BZG1156.html

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  27. We celebrated Halloween with trick-or-treat on Thursday then the Whole Foods Kid's Club party on Saturday.

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  28. We handed out Twizzlers (vegan!) this year.

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  29. Amanda, I was the FIRST person to comment on this thread and somehow it disappeared, even though it was posted. Argh!

    I would use the $35.00 towards buying a dresser!

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