Friday, October 17, 2008

Halloweeeeeeen Giveaway, Secret Sale, and Updates!

Well all of our new designs are up and ready for purchase! Yesterday, as I was taking pictures, I decided to move places to get some better light. I was carrying my tray of pendants down the stairs and BAM! Fell flat on my face! I couldn't put my hands out to stop the fall since I was carrying everything so I just fell--SMACK! Of course it would not be a CRH story if I didn't look up and see my neighbors standing there staring at me--so embarrassing. . .

But, I did get all my new designs photographed and wanted to share them all with you. I am so excited about the way they turned out. So, lets have our fantastic Secret Sale and Giveaway to celebrate the launch.


BeanPickleSprout said...

I hope you weren't injured in the fall! It is always a bonus when someone is watching :/ Love the new pendants, they are beautiful! I can't wait to get one for myself :)

Caught RED Handed said...

Hey bean:) I thought I broke my ankle and hopped back to the house (all in view of the neighbors) but I was okay:)

You should enter your best halloween costume idea and try to win one of the new pendants:)

alfcreations said...

I always love it when I do stupid things like that-and so does my husband. It just gives him another reason to make fun of me! I'm glad you weren't seriously hurt.
My halloween costume ides-my 10 year old son is going to be a Rubik's cube. We've got a perfectly sized cardboard box to cut holes in for his head and arms and we are then going to paint it. I'm really excited! So much more fun than the boring (and expensive) Walmart costumes!

Meredith said...

I am not dressing up this year, but I can tell you some of my best costumes that I had as a child.

I was an eighth note, a dog groomer, a gymnast, and a teddy bear.

And those were the just good ones!


The Clarks said...

I don't know if I count as a "follower", but you're in my google reader and I follow all your posts: )
My favorite halloween costume by far is the one I made for my son when he was seven months old. He was a duck coming out of cracked egg. I made an egg out of white craft foam to fit around our baby bjorn carrier and dressed him in yellow then I made little ducky feet out of yellow craft foam and glued yellow feathers to them. He wore a yellow baby hat and I attached another piece of white craft foam to look like the top of the cracked egg with more yellow feathers. We got so many comments about that costume.
There are pictures here if you're interested:

Anonymous said...

Ooooh I'm so glad you're okay!

Best Halloween costume -- my girlfriend college was a...

One-night-stand, literally!

She cut out cardboard in a circle, cut a hole for her head and wore it around her neck. Then she covered it with a table cloth, glued on a glass of wine, an ashtray, and an alarm clock. She wore a lamp shade on her head and VOILA!

Thanks for the opportunity to share! the New pendants are beautiful!


Tricia said...

I'm hope you're not too bruised by your fall...I too was born with the same natural grace as you:)
As for Halloween costumes, last year my daughter dressed her year old daughter as a Starbucks barista, (so fitting seeing as how they go there everyday and know all the employees by name.) The costume was so easy to make. My daughter made a little green apron with a Starbucks logo sticker on it and a black baseball hat that also had a Starbucks sticker on it. Needless to say all her barista friends loved it!

kathryn said...

Our plans for Halloween costumes this year: Husband, puppy, and I: pirates
our parrot will be playing the role of "pirate's parrot"

Great blog, glad I came across your shop on etsy and found this link :)

VirtualM said...

I just got my first order of your pendants today - love them!
We dress our dog for year, she was 'robo-pug' and we made her costume out of a shoebox that we spray-painted silver. Last year, we made her a spider costume out of black tube socks, which was awesome. This year - mummy pug, out of ace bandages.
I never really dress up for Halloween, nor do we do clever costumes (my cat ears don't count), but this year I'm going to dress my son as 'Flapjack' from the cartoon 'The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack' (DH's idea), which involves me sewing.....yikes. Another idea we had for him was an intern from 'Team Zissou' ('The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou') - red beanie, white shirt that says 'intern.'

Sarah said...

Last Halloween my daughter was 5 months old. We dressed her as "The Raven" from Edgar Allen Poe's poem- complete with actual black feather wings and tail feathers(I had to make them all removable since we had to get her in and out of a carseat- thank goodness for velcro!), and a hat with a beak and beady eyes. She also had a large speech bubble attached to her shoulder that said "Nevermore". My husband dressed as Edgar Allen Poe and I was the dead Lenore from the poem.

Jenni said...

I love it when you do "those" kind of falls! When I was about 12 we lived in this really cool house but the front stairs were falling apart so you had to step on the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th etc to make it safely! Well I forgot one day and just went running up the stairs and I think I landed on the 5th or something and of course fell through them! But not all the way only far enough that the top half of me was sticking out. Hmm Embarrassing yes you bet ya!.

Very nice looking new pendants.
Merry Christmas to you and everyone else.
Jenni - Australia