Handmade Halloween Contest Winners

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THANK YOU to everyone who summit their creative handmade items in the Handmade Halloween Contests. It was great to see all the crafty and clever projects everyone submitted. I visited every link several times – it was very hard to pick just one winner!
Thank you also to my five great sponsors who have provided a $50 Gift Certificate to their online shops! I hope you took time to visit the shops and see what wonderful party products they offer for year round entertaining! Now on to the winners…

The winner of the HALLOWEEN PARTIES winning a $50 Gift Certificate to Social Couture is…Jenni from A Well Crafted Party for her Mad Hatter Halloween Tea Party. If you haven’t seen Jenni’s party it is amazing! The card bar table backdrop (made of cards) and the hanging clocks are fantastic. I can appreciate the endless amount of time she put in to preparing for this party!

The winner for the Halloween Decor winning a $50 Gift Certificate to Plates & Napkins is…

Victoria from Party Puff for Poe’s Tombstone. It is an amazing piece of art! Victoria has posted several tutorials on how she made the tombstone look so real – they are worth checking out if you want to make one for next year.

The winner of the best Halloween Costume ages 0-10 winning a $50 Gift Certificate from Parties By Hardie is…
This amazing handmade witch costume by What Allie’s Making Now. There were so many wonderful costumes, it was hard to make a final decision. Once you see the tutorial on how Allie made the boots – you will see why she is the winner!

Frog Prince Paperie: customized invitations and party accessories with a focus on children's parties

The winner for the best Halloween Costume ages 11-18 winning a $50 Gift certificate from Frog Prince Paperie is…

Chocolate Polkadots for this adorable Mad Hatter Costume. Love the thread sash!

The winner of the Adult Costume Contest – Ages 19 and older winning a $50 gift certificate to Tiny Prints is…

MJ from My Busy Craft Life for her Sally costume. She did a great job piecing together and matching the fabric to the original movie.

I want to also thank the judges…

Jen – Tatertots & Jello
Stephanie Lynn – Under The Table And Dreaming


Chris – Celebrations At Home

Susan B

Susan B

Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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