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Enter Our Green Halloween Giveaway

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Need some last minute fright for your bewitching bash? We're giving away some eerie eco-finds from our October Green Your Halloween story that are so good it's scary.

One winner will receive a Jack-o'-lantern burlap FEED bag, a tube of all-natural, food-grade (and washable) fake blood, soy-ink-printed paper straws, a biodegradable garland, a handmade, recycled cat mask, and a natural beeswax skull candle.

To enter, just answer this question in the comments section: What's one way you'll stay green this Halloween?

Read the official rules here.

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  • I will use soywax candles in my carved pumpkins this year.

  • We will be using organic ingredients, such as free range eggs, to be making our party goodies

  • We used recycled papers & upcycled items in the house to make our Halloween decorations. My son will be using a Trick or Treat bag that we have been using for the past 8 years. My costume is from bits and parts I have used for years or from my own wardrobe.

  • Reusable trick or treat bags.

  • The kids will be using the same plastic jack-o-lanterns for goodies that they have used for 5 years now.

  • I made my sons costume from a cardboard box and other items around the house and we are using a shake powered flashlight when we trick-or-treat.

  • We are handing out local candies for Halloween this year instead of storebought mass-produced candies!

  • We are re-using costumes from previous years.

  • I'm wearing a costume that I'll be keeping the pieces to - you never know when you can recycle!

  • My children use pillowcases for trick or treat bags and we decorate our front porch with natural seasonal items such as handmade leaf garland and corn stalks from our local farmer's market.

  • Thank you so much for offering such a fun and generous giveaway! One way I stay green on Halloween is by purchasing my costumes at thrift shops.

  • Buying my costumes secondhand!

  • Not buying candy as we don't have children coming through our neighborhood.

  • We'll be giving away non-GMO candy!

  • We will be using reusable plastic pumpkins that we store every year.

  • I will not only buy a local pumpkin I will use all those pumpkin guts as compost and of course eat the seeds!

  • We bought pumpkins, corn stalks, fall gourds and indian corn from a local farm for decorations.

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