Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Welcome to Trick or Treat Street!


Hurry up, everyone is here. I'll introduce you to them and then we can go trick or treating.

Meet Artemus. He is a little annoyed because he forgot his treat bucket. We have that all taken care of because we stopped by his house on the way, his mum gave us the treat bucket to give to him.

The dull sheen and the deep colouration to the apple skin has been achieved with about 6 or 7 layers of glaze and paint. He has a vintage apple leaf on top of his head. His arms are vintage chenille and his torso is created from vintage ball fringe pompoms.  Artemas is wearing a handmade paper mask and is carrying a handmade party horn.  The ornament is 7 1/2" from the top of the wire ring to the hand cut tissue paper fringe and 4 1/2" wide at the widest point of the wire ring. He is a candy container ornament.

"Artemas has Attitude" - $45.00 US one only.

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Black Cat decided to come as a bush. He is very pleased with himself because the Byrd brothers got quite a shock when they decided to check out the nest. They have taunted him quite a lot lately.

Black Cat's crown is made of vintage millinery leaves and wire. A handwoven bird's nest of wire and corn husk silk is securely attached into the branch crown. A tiny jack-o-lantern is glued into the nest. He is wearing a handmade paper mask. His arms are vintage chenille and his torso is created from vintage ball fringe pompoms. The ornament is 7 1/4" from the top of the wire ring to the base of his torso and 5 1/2" wide at the widest point of the wire ring. He is a candy container ornament.

"Black Cat came as a Bush" - $55.00 US one only

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Cynthia decided to come as the notorious spy, Mata Hari. She has been enjoying walking around looking suspicious and rubbing her hands together as if she is contemplating "doing someone in".

Cynthia is a purple topped turnip. Her colouration was achieved with deep purple and white overlapping washes. The leaves used for her top are vintage millinery leaves. Her arms are vintage chenille. On her bodice is an early vintage glass button surrounded by burgundy chenille. Her black vintage veil wraps her head swathing her in mystery. The ornament is 6 1/2" from the top of the wire ring to the base of her arms and 4 1/4" wide at the widest point of the wire ring. She is a candy container ornament.

"Cynthia came as Mata Hari" - SOLD.

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Doris is dressed as Carmen Miranda. Doris loves all things Latin, so she decided to make a Carmen Miranda inspired head dress. She is one hot pepper!

Her subtle colouration is achieved with 4 or 5 layers of yellow, orange, and red glazes. On top of her head are early vintage millinery fruit and leaves. Her shoulders are created from vintage ball fringe pompoms. Her arms are vintage chenille. The ornament is 7" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of her torso and 4" wide at the widest point of the wire ring. She is a candy container ornament.

"Doris came as Carmen Miranda" - SOLD.

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Edna loves Haute Couture and decided to come as a Paris runway model. Her pale complexion is definitely enhanced by her hat of blackberries, blackberry leaves and one very fine curved black plume.

Her lovely pale colouration is painted over a bright grey green base coat. It is built up with 4 or 5 layers of yellow, lemon yellow, and soft brown glazes. There are areas where the green shows through very softly. Her haute couture hat is created from vintage millinery blackberries and leaves. The early vintage plume sets of her dramatic hat. Her arms are vintage chenille. The ornament is 9 1/2" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of her elbows and 6 1/4" wide at the widest point of the wire ring. She is a candy container ornament.

"Edna came as a Parisian runway model" - $55.00 US one only.

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Julian decided to come as "King of the Forest" this year. He is feeling and acting quite regal, much to Black Cats annoyance.

The rich colouration of Julian's head was achieved by using 7 or 8 layers of paint in yellows, oranges, and warm browns. It was painted on and patted off revealing the layers beneath. It has a leather like look and sheen to the surface. The crown on his head is made from a piece of vintage metal from a glass lampshade collar. A row of green cotton chenille yarn was sewn into the base for contrast. It is accented with green feather down and one brown feather. A brown vintage button finishes the crown. Vintage berries, leaves and floral pips accent the paper covered wire  sceptre in his hand. He wears a handmade paper mask. His arms are vintage chenille. His torso is created from vintage fabric fern fronds and erica moss. The ornament is 11" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of the sceptre and 7" wide. He is a candy container ornament.

"Julian came as king of the forest" - $65.00 US one only.

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Lester is ready to go trick or treating. His party horn will scare the pants off any unsuspecting people that he meets.

Lester's grey green colouring was built up up from a yellow green base coat. 5 or 6 layers of paint have been added and then patted of to give his shell a lovely mottled appearance. He is wearing a handmade paper mask. His arms are vintage chenille. His torso is created from vintage fabric fern fronds and erica moss. In his hands are a handmade party horn and treat bucket. The ornament is 9 1/2" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of his treat bucket and 5" wide across the wire ring. He is a candy container ornament.

"Lester" - $50.00 US one only.

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Everyone so far has mentioned that Ron's treat bucket is as large as he is. He laughs and just mentions that he needs a LOT of sustenance to grow into a mighty oak.

Five layers of soft browns and ochres have built up the subtle colouration on his face. His cap has had three layers added and patted off to give the cap a natural look.  He has a vintage millinery leaf on his cap. His arms are vintage chenille. Pompoms from vintage ball fringe create his torso. Ron and his treat bucket are wearing handmade paper masks. The ornament is 8 1/2" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of his treat bucket and 5" wide across the wire ring. He is a candy container ornament.

"Ron brought a particularly large treat bucket" - SOLD.

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Larry has brought fireworks for later when we all gather at the bonfire. He loves noise so all of the fireworks he chooses end with an explosion. To further add to the racket he has his party horn at the ready.

Approximately  12 layers of yellows, orange, reds, greens, browns and ochres have built up the lush colouration on his head. The white stripes were then painted on. He has a hand painted vintage millinery leaf on the turban part of his head. He is wearing a handmade paper mask. His arms are vintage chenille.  His torso is created from vintage fabric fern fronds and erica moss. In his hands are a handmade party horn and a handmade firework. The ornament is 7 1/2" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of the hand cut paper fringe of his party horn and 4 3/4" wide across the wire ring. He is a candy container ornament.

"Fireworks for the Bonfire" - $55.00 US one only.

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Nigel has brought apples for roasting by the bonfire. We'll drop those off, get his mask on, and then go trick or treating.

The complex and beautiful colouration on Nigel's head was built up from bright yellow to oranges and then to various layers of light greens, dark greens, and grey greens. All of the colours were either scrubbed on with a brush or patted off by hand. He was then finished with a spatter of grey green paint. The complexity of the colouration is truly beautiful. He has a vintage green velvet millinery leaf at the base of the stem on his head. He is carrying a handmade paper mask and a vintage basket. The basket is trimmed with vintage millinery leaves on the handle and filled with painted apples on a bed of wood shavings. His arms are vintage chenille.  His torso is created from vintage fabric fern fronds and erica moss. The ornament is 10" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of the basket and 5 1/4" wide across the wire ring. He is a candy container ornament.

"Nigel Brought Apples for Roasting" - $65.00 US one only.

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Prentice tried on this party hat at Marty's Mercantile and liked it so much he decided this is what he would wear for trick or treating. When I asked him why he liked it so much his response was, " My face doesn't look so skinny!"

Prentice started out a light green and the colour was built up with grey greens, then glazes of deep rich greens finished the colouration. In the deep pickle green are some beautiful colour variations. Hand painted papers make up his party hat. The 3/4" head from a early vintage brass paper fastener ornaments the centre of the hand painted orange and black burst of hand cut paper frills. His arms are vintage chenille and his torso is created from two hand painted vintage millinery leaves glued back to back. The ornament is 8 1/4" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of his torso and 5" wide. He is a candy container ornament.

"The Grand Party Hat" - $55.00 US One only.

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Xerxes left his costume to the last moment because he was so busy doing last minute preparations for The-Man-in-the-Moon's magic show. He is a stage hand in charge of props. He grabbed an old black curtain and quickly made a cape and then used black tape for eyebrows and fangs. He looks scary even for a quick costume like this.

Xerxes started out yellow and then layers of orange glazes were painted around the circumference to give an interesting variation to the orange. It looks very carrotish! His carrot fronds are made from vintage fabric fern fronds. The eyebrows and fangs are cut from hand painted paper. The cape was cut from an old piece of blouse fabric that originally had beads sewn to it. It is filled with lovely holes and the edge is left raw. The ornament is 11" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of his cape and 5 1/2" wide. He is a candy container ornament.

"Xerxes came as a Vampire Carrot" - $50.00 US one only.

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Walter Melon is ready to go. He was with Prentice when he bought this party hat. Walter loved all of those orange and black strings hanging down from the top of the hat.

The colour was built up with layers of green paint patted off to reveal the light green base coat. His handmade party hat is made from a section from a cardboard cone and vintage fringes. He is wearing a handmade paper mask. His arms are vintage chenille and his torso is created from vintage fabric fern fronds and erica moss. The ornament is 7" from the top of the wire ring to the bottom of his torso and 5 1/2" wide. He is a candy container ornament.

"Walter Melon" - $50.00 US one only.

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Owen loves going trick or treating with his dad. Luke came home with these big nose glasses for them to wear trick or treating. Owen wore his to bed that night.

Each base for Owen and Luke is a composition candy container covered with hand painted papers. The papers have been hand crimped and then repainted to look like cabbage leaves. The big nose glasses are made from metal rings, wire, black fur, and a composition nose. They have been securely attached to each face. Their arms are vintage chenille. Owen is 5 1/4" from the top of his metal ring to the base of his arms and 4 1/4" across the widest part of the metal ring. Luke is 6 3/4" from the top of his metal ring to the base of his arms and 5 1/4" across the widest part of the metal ring. Both Owen and Luke are candy container ornaments.

"Trick or Treating with Dad" - set of two ornaments, Owen and Luke, $95.00 US. one set only.

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Could Jack look any sillier? He doesn't think so and thoroughly enjoys his new look.

The paint finish was achieved with a base coat of brilliant yellow with layers of oranges and yellows layered on to give him a rich orange colouring. The big nose glasses are made from metal rings, wire, black fur, and a composition nose. They have been securely attached to Jack's face. His arms are vintage chenille. Jack is 6 1/2" from the top of his metal ring to the base of his torso and 4 1/2" across the widest part of the metal ring. Jack is a candy container ornament.

"Jack and His Big Nose Glasses" - $50.00 US one only.

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Since Max has put on his big nose glasses he has been walking with a swagger in his step. He says he looks rather distinguished, that is until he bursts out laughing!

The paint finish for Max was achieved with a coats of medium and dark oranges painted on, patted of, and scrubbed on with an old brush. He has a rich orange colouring. The big nose glasses are made from metal rings, wire, black fur, and a composition nose. They have been securely attached to Max's face. His arms are vintage chenille. Max is 6 1/2" from the top of his metal ring to the base of his elbows and 4 1/2" across the widest part of the metal ring. Max is a candy container ornament.

"Max felt he looked rather distinguished" - SOLD

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Can you believe it, Carter, the wise old owl or so he says, started all of this silliness with the big nose glasses. He was right though, they have been the most silly and most popular disguise this year.

Carter's colouration has been built up on a base coat of medium brown with several layers of a warm dark brown dry brushed on top. The big nose glasses are made from metal rings, wire, black fur, and a composition nose. They have been securely attached to Carter's face. The limb that he is sitting on is decorated with three early vintage velvet millinery leaves. Carter is 7 3/4" from the top of his metal ring to the bottom leaf and 4 3/4" across the widest part of the metal ring. Carter is a candy container ornament.

"The Ring Leader" - SOLD.

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Bentley, the crow and Carl are the best of friends.Bentley has a nest on the ground that they intend to fill with their swag, at least that is what Carl called it. They are going to fill the basket several times and intend to empty it into the nest. They're not greedy, there were several young children that were ill and didn't have a chance to go out tonight.

Bentley is cast composition with wire legs. Carl is a cotton wrapped wire frame dressed in vintage textiles with a vintage tassel hanging from his hat. His head is composition. Both of them are wearing handmade paper masks. Carl has a painted vintage basket resting in front of him. The nest is a handmade basket of paper covered wire. There are two hand painted vintage millinery leaves decorating it. They are standing on a papier mache base.


Treats can be placed in the nest, in the basket in front of Carl and inside Bentley. Bentley is a candy container. Gently lift Carl to reveal the interior.

"Bentley the Crow and Carl" - $195.00 US one only.

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Everyone finishes their trick or treating, has a little to eat and then it is off to see The-Man-in-the-Moon's Hallowe'en magic show.

This year's show  is "Princess Rosamund and the Attack of the Pie Zombies".

Reginald plays "A Dignitary - from a Very Foreign Land". He is in disguise, he is actually "The Evil Conjuror". He enchants the pies of the kingdom , turning them into pie zombies in hopes of taking over the Kingdom.

Reginald has a cotton wrapped body over a wire armature. His head is composition painted in multiple layers to give it a rich orange colour. He is dressed in vintage and antique textiles and trims. His hat is vintage leatherette with antique trim and a peacock feather plume on the front of hat. He carries a scroll wrapped with antique metallic braid in one hand and a twisted root in the other hand. He is 12 1/2" tall to the top of his staff. He is standing on a papier mache base.

Lift off the top of his hat to reveal that he is a candy container.

"Reginald was The Evil Conjuror" - $250.00 US one only.

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Wally was one of the Pie Zombies. The smaller children were a little frightened when "The Evil Conjuror" passed in front of a pie waving his staff, then to reveal Wally as a life size "Pie Zombie".

Wally went out earlier to trick or treat in his stage costume and frighted several young children. They were later heard yelling at the magic show, "It's only Wally!"

Wally stands 9 1/2" tall. He is made of composition over a wire frame. There is a vintage millinery leaf on top his apple head. The arms and legs of his suit made from vintage striped fabric. He is carrying a small jack-o-lantern treat bucket. His pie crust is dusted with crushed glass glitter. The back of the pie is painted with multiple washes to look like an old tin pie plate. He is standing on a papier mache base.

"Wally was a Pie Zombie" - SOLD.

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Princess Rosamund was trapped by the Pie Zombies and placed into a large cage above the stage. It fell open, she disappeared and a bird flew away. The-Man-in-the-Moon finally defeats The Evil Conjuror, but where is Princess Rosamund? The-Man-in-the-Moon drapes a large scarf over an ornate footstool,lifts it up to reveal the lovely Princess Rosamund.

The-Man-in-the-Moon is dressed in vintage and antique textiles and trims. His head is composition painted with several coats of light yellow over a dark yellow base coat. It was patted off to give an interesting yellow glow. In his right hand is a vintage silk scarf while his left hand holds a black staff and a long ribbon of vintage rayon. His shoes are papier mache. He stands 14 1/2" tall.

Princess Rosamund is dressed in vintage and antique textiles, trims, and jewelry. An antique button closes the neck of her robe. Her head is composition painted with several coats of orange over a dark yellow base coat. It was patted off giving her head a rich subtle colouration. She is holding a jack-o-lantern in each hand. She stands on a vintage metal glass holder that has been transformed into an exotic footstool. She is 11 3/4" tall standing on the footstool.

The stage is created from a 12" piece of oak molding painted an orange red. Gold paint was then put on very thickly direct from the tube to give the effect of old woodwork. It was then rubbed with a deep warm brown for an aged look. The stage floor is 11 1/2" wide and 7" deep. Individual "planks" were glued down to simulate a wooden stage floor. It was then rubbed with the same warm brown that was rubbed on the gold molding.

This sculpture is 16 1/2" tall, 12" wide and 9" deep.

"Princess Rosamund appears from under the scarf" - $650.00 US one only.

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Thanks for stopping by, we're off to the bonfire for some treats and fireworks.

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To purchase any of the ornaments contact me here.

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Good Trick or Treaters are given surprises
Follow the instructions to qualify for prizes

Sept 14th - Leave a comment on each blog to qualify for a prize from each artist and while you're at it why not become a follower of my blog to stay updated on the goings on at Happy Holidays.

*For those not familiar with blogging: Comments can be left at the bottom of this post.*

If you do not have a blogger acct. Please leave your name & email address with your comment. Thank you!

This puzzle is my first prize. You have to get the cord off of the card and then back on again. The graphic is from a vintage bridge tally.

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Sept 15th - Mention Trick or Treat Street on YOUR blog, with a link back to me, leave me a comment about it and you qualify for the days prizes.

This thaumatrope is my second days prize. Hold onto the cord in each hand twist the cord causing the oval to rotate. The different images on each side merge to show the jack-o-lantern glowing. It is really a neat effect. The jack-o-lantern is from a vintage bridge tally.

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Sept 16th - Visit one last time and leave each of us a comment to qualify for yet another prize from each artist.

This puzzle is my for the third day. You have to move one bead from one loop over to join the other bead. It can be done! The black owl and jack-o-lanterns are from an antique silhouette decoration.

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Sept 17th - One lucky Trick or Treater will have their name drawn (at random) from all of the comments and will receive the GRAND PRIZE - An original art piece from each artist.

This my GRAND PRIZE offering to one lucky Trick or Treater - "The-Man-in-the-Moon is ready to go"

(Randomly selected Winners will be announced on Each blog, Each day! - check to see if your name is a winner and email us to collect your prize)

You've come all this way, it's a shame you can't stay...
but there's two other artists who want you to play.
They have prizes too and treats galore,
click on a link to see what's in store!
Now you get over to
and then on to
and have fun with their goings on.

108 comments:

just me said...

oh what fun!!! what a great spooky bunch of characters!! please throw my name in the hat!! r'chelle

*retro-rudolphs* said...

Hey Len... don't include my comment in the draw, just wanted to pop in and say WHOO HOO!!! Your pieces ROCK!!

xo, Lori

Sweet B Folk Art said...

Wow Len- impressive amount of work Sir!-I am in love with so many pieces - Can't decide which one I want to take home!

Good job my friend
B

Halloween Fanatic said...

How fun! Please add my name!
Robert
Halloween Fanatic

Molly McFury said...

Oh I love Xerxes!!!!

Sonoma Bento said...

Wow! All three artists put so much work into this trick or treat giveaway! Thanks for adding my name to the drawing. :)

dlgardener said...

Started following you days ago in anticipation. Your prizes and other work are awesome!

magikalseasons said...

WOW what a treat for the eyes! Your pieces are really amazing! Adore the turnip and acorn and the pie guy! :) Please thrwo my name in the magic hat! Becca

Jeanne said...

Oh goodness... So many tantalizing treats! Such a feast for the eyes!

I have so enjoyed this wonderful event! See ya tomorrow! :0)

Carolee said...

What fun! Love all your goodies...Please do count me in. :)

~ Carolee

Lisa said...

I'm here, and you've done a great job! So please add me in the mix...

Lisa

LuLu Kellogg said...

Smashing work!! I love everything!
Just amazing!

LuLu

Designs By CK said...

FUN!!! PFUN!!! FUN!!!

SpOOky CK >:-)

Ghoul Friday said...

Good luck with your giveaway! I hope you get a lot of trick or treaters ;)

Sharon S. said...

I LOVE the Vampire Carrot and the Pie Zombie!!

William Bezek said...

You have quite a sense of humor in your work Len, I'm still giggling over Xerxes the vampire!

Bettina Groh said...

Love your Halloween version of old-timey puzzle/games! Please enter me in the drawing!

Bettina Groh said...

Love you stuff!! Please enter me in your giveaway!

Theresa said...

What great Halloween pieces....nice to see you on the trick or treat street. :0)

Valeriote Design said...

WOW!!! What a wicked imagination you have. LOVE all your new pieces. I've got to back a see them all again.

Cindy of Cat and Fiddle said...

Very imaginative pieces...very interesting!!!

Morphine said...

I just love your stuff!! And "The-Man-in-the-Moon's Hallowe'en magic show" sounds like a lot of fun hehe

Cornerstoregoddess said...

I want to go trick or treating with Mata Hari!

Leah's Art Magic said...

What a wonderful cast of characters! They all are great!

Leah

Len said...

Thank-you everyone for your inspiring comments, it is very encouraging.

Sheryl Parsons said...

How fun Len!

Marie Patterson Studio said...

Back again to try and post!

Trick or Treat! GREAT ornaments!

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

Trick or Treat! Anyone home?! :-)

Len said...

Hello Sheryl, Marie, and Deb, glad to see you knocking at the door. You look splendid in your costumes.

Glad to see that you finally managed to post your comment Marie.

Sylvia Smiser said...

Hi Len,
What a magical world you have created! I love all your little people!!! I'd like to call dibs on Ron if he is not already taken.
((Halloween Hugs))
Sylvia
Sylvia@anaboocreations.com

Connie said...

What a fun & festive idea! Thanks to the trio of you for coming up with the premise of this fun event!

Len, what is the name for the kind of seed pod that you used for Jack and His Big Nose Glasses. I am raking my brain ... I should know!

Len said...

Sylvia contact me through lenbenny@shaw.ca - He is yours!

Connie, Max is a Chinese Lantern. Lori and B came up with the idea. I was invited to join in on the fun. It has been an exhausting blast, so much fun. There are no shows on the West Coast of Canada for Hallowe'en so this is a great venue for me.

Len said...

Sylvia, send me your address and zip code and I will find out the postage from the post office.

fiddlestixstudios said...

Please enter me in your giveaway~your work is GORGEOUS!!!Loved looking at all your pieces!
Hugs :-),
~Mandy

Bradley T. Youngstrom said...

Trick or Treat,smell my feet,give me something good to eat. What fun!!! I think all the veggies have made me hungry, who would have guessed that they would be so into Halloween and have such great costumes. Your a true artist and a great insperation. Thank you!

chris said...

knock knock trick or treat give me something that is neat and you won't have to smell my feet

Mandy said...

Please add me into this :) Love your work!

Trick or Treat!

Sandra M. Lopez said...

Definitely great pieces! The three artists have done a beautiful job. Please count me in.

Sandra

Malissa said...

What fun! All of your trick or treaters are wonderful!

Wilma said...

Love this event! Thanks for the invitation to this party. Fun, Fun, Fun!!!

Gourdqueen said...

Love all your pieces! What imagination! Now to go back and become a follower, thought I already was!
This was loads of fun!
Linda

Southern Fried Art said...

What wonderful goodies!! Trick or Treat! :D

Jeanne said...

Congrats to yesterday's winners!!
I have a post on my blog today about this fun filled trick-or-treating time! http://wildwoodsartstudio.blogspot.com/2010/09/its-trick-or-treat-time.html

Sharon S. said...

Congrats to the winners!

Here is my post about Trick or Treat Street:

http://sunmoonstarnes.blogspot.com/

Susan said...

Great Fun! Love you art work! Susan http://seasonalwhimsies.blogspot.com

Sharon S. said...

Congrats to the winners!

Here is my post about Trick or Treat Street:

http://sunmoonstarnes.blogspot.com/

Sharon S. said...

Len, I am really sorry for the double-commenting (now triple!); I wasn't sure if I had posted the link to my blog in the first post. I apologize for the extras!

I really hope you make more pie zombies!

Thanks,
-Sharon S.

Starry Nites Farm said...

What fun this has been! I've linked back to Retro Rudolph's and found you! You can see my post on my blog at: http://starrynitesfarm.blogspot.com/

I'm also following you too now!

Mary

Morphine said...

Posted about this in my blog: http://morphinesworld.blogspot.com/

Molly McFury said...

I posted the link at my livejournal because that is where all my followers are. I am having so much fun!

http://molly-mcfury.livejournal.com

fiddlestixstudios said...

I did a blog post that links back to your blog!:-)
Hugs,
~Mandy

Len said...

First off, just to let everyone know, I ended the September 14 draw at Gourdqueen and started today's draw at Southern Fried Art. If you want to enter today's draw you must -

Sept 15th - Mention Trick or Treat Street on YOUR blog, with a link back to me, leave me a comment about it and you qualify for the days prizes.

That aside, THANK-YOU everyone for your comments.

Sharon, don't worry about triple postings, I enjoy hearing from my followers.

Thank-you everyone for spreading the word.

The great thing about this blog event is that I have come across other blogs that I am now following. It is great to make new friends.

Have fun everyone.

softinthehead said...

Awesome! I loved it! Sure put me in the mood for Halloween

Mandy said...

Made a post about this on my blog
http://halloween24-7.blogspot.com

Leah's Art Magic said...

I mentioned this wonderful giveaway on my blog!

Happy Halloween!

Leah

twincapes said...

I love the black cat noisemaker. We are having a Halloween tree for the first time this year so I am looking for some cool prim ornaments. thanks-

vintagepaletteart said...

I'm here on day 2....looks like I missed day 1. I will mention it on my blog with a link to one of you 3!

Thanks Len...everything looks amazing!

*Lori

Flora said...

Me too please put my name in too!!
blessings,Flora

Sylvia Smiser said...

Hi Len,
I just put each of you on my blog with a link back to each of your blogs. Please enter me in the hat draw. I would consider myself extremely lucky to win anything you've created!!! Thank you for sharing your talent!

anaboocreationsbysylvia.blogspot.com

Bradley T. Youngstrom said...

Only treats from me, no tricks. I asked all my followers to stop by and see all the talent you three have created. Thanks so much, this has been fun.

Trick or treat!

Bettina Groh said...

I forgot to say Id post you on my blog...

Malissa said...

So I made it here yesterday, and blogged about it here: http://sleepyhollowfolkartoriginals.blogspot.com/ today! See ya tomorrow!

Dennis Haynes said...

Love this!Thanks for the excitement!

Dennis Haynes said...

This is exciting and so fun! Thanks for creating this! (and the great prizes)

Dennis Haynes said...

Awesome fun!

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

Love them all, as usual! :-)
Trick or Treat again~!

~ Deb

Sharon S. said...

Good morning! Please add my name for the drawing!

Southern Fried Art said...

Leaving my Trick Or Treat Have a wonderful day !

magikalseasons said...

Back again for tricks and treats! :) Becca

Starry Nites Farm said...

Good morning. Back to visit again. Have a great day!

fiddlestixstudios said...

Back again~how exciting!I'm thrilled that I'm a prize winner!
Hugs :-),
~Mandy

Jeanne said...

Trick~or~Treat!!!
This has been so much fun! :0)

Skeleton In My Closet said...

Len, I just LOVE your devilishly clever cast of characters! Please count me in!

Molly McFury said...

Trick or Treat! You guys are awesome for thinking this up. I am sad this is the last day. :(

Trish said...

Trick or Treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat.....or one of your fabulous puzzles. Wonderful work Len. Trish....a fellow Canadian

Cindy of Cat and Fiddle said...

Great Fun!! All the artists did a great job!!!

Ken said...

Trick or Treat, Smell my feet,
Give me a prize that's oh so neat!

Love this contest and all of you artwork!

Sandra said...

I am making a comment...as I must do.
Your Trick or Treat Street is quite something new.
I going from one blog to another...and some nice Halloween wares each of you have to share
This giveaway is ...very big, which item I am hoping for ...frankly all of them I swear!
Thanks for your hard work... and all the fun
Sign me up, for now I am done !

Oh I want forget to post this on my blog...you'll find the link here below.

http://babycakesallshewrote.blogspot.com/

Len said...

Just to let everyone know, I ended the September 15 draw at Possible Impossibilities Studio and started today's draw at Sharon S. You must put your name in the section after Sharon's name in order to be a part of today's draw.

Ken, I only put up one of your comments! I read them all and the one I posted was the only one that said how much you loved my artwork! HAHAHA!!!

Thank-you everyone for the wonderful feedback. We are having as much fun as you are.

Mallory Lipert said...

Please add me to your last raffle! I love your Halloween items, what a treat!

Connie said...

Love your things and absolutely love the creative way that the 3 of you have kicked off the autumn season.

Morphine said...

Visiting again, I just love all of your art! So far this has been a really fun contest ^_^

Bradley T. Youngstrom said...

Thank you so much, I have had a great time this week and have enjoyed your work so much. Thank you to you and your fellow artists for allowing us all to participate.

Thank you and Happy Halloween.
Bradley

Dennis Haynes said...

Yay, this is fun!

vintagepaletteart said...

Such a fun giveaway ladies and gentleman. Thank you for giving us this oportunity! Ü

Happy Halloween!
*Lori

Mandy said...

Trick or Treat :)

Loving this contest!

Count me in on this round too!

cindypunkpunk said...

Trick Or Treat! Your stuff is super Wonderful! :)

Leah's Art Magic said...

I agree thank you for giving us a
chance to win a wonderful prize!

Leah

just me said...

just me back again!!! maybe i'll be lucky again!!lol thanks r'chelle

Theresa said...

It was fun trick or treating....who doest like great treats. :0)

Bettina Groh said...

Thanks for picking me!! Can't wait for it to come!!
Love your "stuff"!

Cornerstoregoddess said...

Blogged and FBed you yesterday. I see my favorite is going to a new home.

Cornerstoregoddess said...

And here I am for today's visit, and to admire your cast of characters again.

Wilma said...

I'm back. Count me in for this trick or treat.

Sylvia Smiser said...

Hi Len, it's me again! I am 3 for 3. I can't wait to see who is the grand prize winner. That moon man would look perfect topping my Halloween Tree! Well, one can dream (sigh). But you can't win if you don't enter so her I am. Hoping and Wishing...
Have a wonderful day :)
Sylvia

Halloween Fanatic said...

Giving her one more go!! Robert
Halloween Fanatic

dlgardener said...

Trick or Treat!!!

Sylvia Smiser said...

Hello Len,
I am returning thrice! I am having so much fun Trick or Treating!!! Thank you for having us over for a wonderful party!

Warm Regards,
Sylvia

Malissa said...

Crossing my fingers that the third times a charm! I am so glad to have discovered your art thru this!

Sandra M. Lopez said...

I am back. Congrats to all the winners! It is nice to meet others who enjoy Halloween art pieces as much as I do. This has been lots of fun.

Sandra Lopez

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

It's me again! Trick or Treat walkin down the street! :-)

Kelli Bear Haven said...

I am so glad I found your blog and I will put you on my favorite blog list too. I would love to join your giveaway. Fantastic job on your wonderful whimiscal creatures.

Lisa said...

this was quite a whirl, just like trick or treating...

Lisa

Skelly Addict said...

TRICK OR TREAT, give me something good to eat.
Black cat, Big, fat bats or Chocolate hats!

Spooktastic Len!!

Heather said...

I hope I'm not too late for these very importan dates! I do not think I will be able to trick or treat this year without one of these halloween delights. Great job.
Heather H

Bradley T. Youngstrom said...

I just wanted to stop by and say THANK YOU!!!! this week has been so much fun. I can not wait to see what the veggies will be up to and wearing in the future. Im certainly a follower of your blog now and will be stopping back often to say hello.

Thank you!

Sincerely, Bradley T. Youngstrom

Jeanne said...

I received my thaumatrope yesterday. THANK YOU so very much! I Love it. What a special treat. And I had fun trick-or-treating on your street!

Happy Haunting!

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