On Thursday, October 29th, Grapevine Mills will be attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the most pumpkins carved simultaneously. To break the record, they need 1,500 pumpkin carvers to participate. And YOU can be a part of all the fun!
Go HERE to sign up for just $5 and you’ll get your very own pumpkin weighing and a pumpkin carving tool set to take home after the event, plus a Grapevine Mills coupon book with $100’s in valuable savings. Participants under 12 years of age and will also receive a FREE Simon Kidgits Club® membership (a $5 value). Note: Participation for current KIDGITS members is free of charge.
Pumpkin carving begins promptly at 6 PM with the lighting ceremony at 7 PM. Children are also encouraged to wear their Halloween costume to spread holiday fun.
Plus, I’m giving way a $100 Grapevine Mills gift card to THREE lucky winners! To enter to WIN, click below…and don’t forget to follow the steps to earn extra entries!
Love it! My most creative costume was when my mom dyed a mop and I wore it on my head as raggedy Ann 🙂
Last year my costume was dressed as a Starbucks Frappuccino.
One year my group of friends hosted a party for Dwarfs not approved by Disney.
My most creative Halloween costume was a 2 headed person, I had a styrofoam head with a wig on it attached to my flannel shirt. It was very cute!
Our most creative was when we dressed our children up as rock, paper, scissors!
That made me LOL, Dawn. Awesome!
One year, I was a Hershey’s Kiss! The bottom was a hula hoop and I used chicken wire to form the shape! It wasn’t easy getting around in it – but it was creative!
For a high school dance one year we all dressed up like appliances. My date and I were computers. There were also fridges, stoves etc. It was a blast!
I would have to say it was when I was Pippi Longstockings!!
My mom had LOTS of creative costumes for me growing up. Probably my most memorable was when I was a can of soup. Yep – soup. Chicken noodle, I think.
I once painted medium and large dog biscuits white and glued them all over tights and leotards to be a skeleton — not knowing that the party would include the family’s multiple canine pets. I was extremely popular that year!
Once my husband puts fake rubber chickens on his chest, and he was “chicken breasts”.
Fun! My most creative costume was the Cat in the Hat – a last minute pulled together costume based on a hat we found in the dress up bin. 🙂
My most creative was a hershey’s kiss, foil hat with tag that said hershey’s and grey outfit.
My friend dressed up as a Starbucks Latte this year – it was an awesomely creative costume!! I’m not very creative, I go with the store bought stuff, lol.