Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Glowing Giveaway!!!


Dear Friends,

I am excited to announce that I have a NEW Halloween & Holiday illustrated candle line hand-crafted by Aunt Sadie's Candles in Vermont! And, in celebration of this fun collaboration, I am hosting a double GIVEAWAY! To Enter to WIN, simply answer a question and leave your feedback via the comments section here on my Blog! I am also giving away another illustrated Halloween candle to the folks that follow along and leave their feedback on my Facebook Page. You are invited to enter both giveaways. If you wish, you can  EMAIL me as an alternative, and I will post your comment for you.


UPDATE!!!

THANK YOU ALL so very much for sharing your feedback
 and playing along! It's been a JOY to read your comments,
 both here and on Facebook, and I am inspired to create new designs
 and products based off of your wishes. 


For the BLOG portion of this Giveaway, we now have a WINNER! 
**** Ms Peppercorn it is!****

(Ms Peppercorn, please EMAIL ME your shipping address)




To ENTER, simply answer the following question in the comments section below:


"What other fun Halloween products
 or characters would you like
 to see me develop & create?"

(Click on the "comment" link at the base of this post
 to leave your feedback & enter to win)

That's easy enough! I'd love to read your replies, and I will be randomly choosing a winner from the comment entries on each site. So, that means 2 winners! And, winners will be drawn on Monday, June 15th!

GOOD LUCK!

These whimsical candles are hand-poured by artisan candle-makers at Aunt Sadie's historic farm in Lunenberg,Vermont. An 1865 farmhouse and old horse barn are the country headquarters for this family-run, small-town business. Each tin candle from my collection includes a clear lid and is adorned with a Johanna Parker illustrated wrap. They make unique, fun and functionional gifts to friends and family and to yourself!


I am thrilled to be part of the team, and I am excited for you to see my designs GLOW! 

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Johanna Parker Aunt Sadie's Candles for Halloween



Above is a peek at Aunt Sadie's promotional postcard for my Halloween Collection!

To view and place an order from my full collection of Halloween & Holiday candles, including winter foxes, snowmen and such, please visit....

Thank you for your interest & support in American made!

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30 comments:

Cindy said...

I love this owl candle! He would be cute on whimsical greeting cards too. Maybe cats and bats too!!!

Cindy

Barb said...

I would like to see something witchy!!

Erin Ferrer said...

I know that people love different and new! I think maybe a vintage looking frog would be adorable! Or in Halloween language we would call him a toad! A magical vintage toad.

Erin

Anonymous said...

Mice... more mice!!! How about a Kangaroo??
Elma

pearlswithplaid said...

The Halloween elephant with a beautiful whimsical saddle blanket.

auntiejenni said...

i have such a weakness for those old pumpkin, witch and cat trick-or-treat baskets...the ones they used to make out of paper mache? wouldn't it be fun to make them with something more permanent than the paper mache, but with that same look, with the little handles and everything? you could either put a gauzy something behind the eyes, the nose and that toothy grin so that a subtle illumination from a candle inside it would glow rather eerily, or just leave holes for the brighter illumination to shine through. you could put your magical spin on the facial expressions rather than the decidedly vintage looks.

or what about an open or closed magic spell book from which something Halloweeny and cute seemed to rise?

thank you for the chance to win one of your amazing creations. angelheartcottage@comcast.net

Birgit said...

Hi Johanna,

What lovely candle designs! My favorite from the current designs is the owl. :)

Anyway, I would love to see a friendly ghost -- always nice on Halloween!

Thanks for the chance to win one of your camdles (and thanks for giving a winning option beyond Facebook!). :) By the way, if it's a problem that I am from Germany, just disregard my comment -- but not my feedback in regard of the ghost! :)

Greetings from Munich,
Birgit

Pam in Virginia said...

Any of your current designs would look great on notepads or post-its. Or could you make some sort of bowl out of the top of a cat's head that could hold candy corn or some other treat? Your candles are terrific, and I want to thank you for offering this contest.

Elizabeth said...

I love your creative designs maybe small twinkling lamps with your design on the shade with maybe little cutouts on the shade. Twinkling and illuminating on the most spooky of nights...Halloween my favorite. Thank you for this opportunity to win throw my name in the tall black hat. Elizabeth-t@att.net........

Ms Peppercorn said...

I think a line of watches would be fun as long as they were not too expensive.

rebecca said...

Metal work would be perfect! Magnets, outside signs, ornaments. All would be great!

Anonymous said...

Witch items would be fun to see.

Martha said...

Hi Johanna!
Fun candles!!!! Congrats! I actually agree w Rebecca.....some metal work....yard signs, ornaments etc. I also like plates! I know you had the two melamine (sp?) ones, and I have them, but would love ceramic! Either for decorating or serving.
Happy Summer!!
xoxo

Tim Z said...

Spiders and witches and mummies.

Ti Miller said...

Hi, I would love to see some ravens, crows, especially with a full moon or spooky tree. Also buzzards/vultures are some that I love to see. I also enjoy gargoyles. I think you would do a wonderful job.

Old Hag said...

Love the candles! Witches, and spiders, and full moons...oh my!

Joe M said...

I love the candle tins! I would love to see you make die-cuts of your characters for walls and windows! :-)

Beverly Newsam said...

Your jack-o-lanterns and ghosts are adorable, but I'd like to see a Frankenstein. :) You could also do a bride of Frankenstein as a duo.

luvhalloween365 said...

I would love to see some vintage style paper party items like paper plates and cups and the crepe candy/nut cups and tablecloths. I think the paper party products out now lack the spirit of Halloween and your designs would be perfect Johanna Parker! :)

BurningRubber said...

I think bats would be awesome or spooky spiders, I also would like to see more of the doggie that is in the 2012 collection.

karen griffith said...

I think a halloween snowman wound be FABULOUS ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

Cherie said...

I would love to see your rendition of a vintage Dracula. Not a scary vampire but a sweet vintagy looking character.

mbrcutie said...

What a neat candle. I agree with a previous reader who mentioned lamp shades. Your whimsical designs would look spooky cute on lamp shades. I would also love to see more 'home decor' items like plates,cups, serving trays, baskets, candle holders.
As far as new characters....I'd like to see a scarecrow (not scary but sweet) or perhaps a line of vintage trick or treat characters. I'd also love to see a gray tabby cat decked out for Halloween too!
But most of all....I'd love to see you come out with a repro or similar design of your Halloween fireplace screen. I would LOVE to have one of my own.
Whatever you decide to create...please don't stop. Just keep 'em coming.

Johanna Parker said...

Hello there!...would love to see a lil goblin or a skelly man...I love everything..heheh!

Kerry Nelson (from email)

Anonymous said...

Hi, Johanna - i am a sucker for vintage linens; especially “barkcloth” from the Fifties.
My idea would be for you to create runners, tablecloths, placemats ,napkins.

Love, Jude. Victoria, B.C.
(from email)

Johanna Parker said...

Candles are a true love of mine. Can’t wait to get your collection. I would enjoy seeing in your Halloween Collection of Originals a Whimsical Scary Witch! Looking forward to your 2015 Creations!

Thank you for all your Creativity,

Ruth Ann Kates
(from email)

Trish said...

I love your candles, Johanna!! I would love to see a Halloween beaver, after all, I'm an Oregon State Beaver fan and team colors are orange and black! 😊 I am always happy with everything you make. ❤️ Thanks! Paricia in OR

Trish said...

Oops, Patricia in OR. 😊

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Krissy B. said...

Bags, T-shirts, pillows would be great. Any medium actually. What's not to love about your designs. They are all great! Krissy B.