#FREEFriday: Halloween Costume Giveaway!

PowellFBFLR10/18/15: Hey guys! Here are our winners: #1: Joytiffany, #2: Melissa Pimentel, #3: Alexis Franco, #4: J Ortenzi, #5: Rachel.Baker, #6: Heather Sabatino, and #11: Lisette Weldon. Please check the email address linked to your blog comment so I can get your costumes shipped ASAP! And congratulations! πŸ™‚

After a busy summer and a hectic back to school season, the Powell Pack is cleaning house and making room for Santa?s sleigh! Just in time for trick-or-treating, we’re giving away some of our favorite costumes from Halloweens past. Oh…the memories as I look at each of these. I miss my littles being so small, but I know these costumes will go to good use!

Okay, so each costume is shown in the pictures below with a coordinating number. To win:

1. Simply comment with the costume number you would like to win.

2. Post your favorite tip to ward off the temptation for Halloween sweets in the comments below!

Winners will be chosen randomly and? announced on Sunday, October 18th, right back here in this post. Good luck!!


*Apologies in advance, I don’t have exact sizing for these, so hopefully sharing how old my kiddos were when they wore them will give you an idea of sizes!

  1. Ruby’s DIY Spider Costume (as seen here!):- 6-12 months
  2. Tootsie Roll Costume: Marley wore this for her first Halloween when she was just a couple weeks old!
  3. Yellow Angry Bird Costume: Cash wore this last Halloween at age 3
  4. Pirate Costume: Matix wore this 2 years ago at 8 years old. For sizing, remember he is tall!
  5. Pirate Costume: Marley wore this at age 7.
  6. Option for both Pirate Costumes
  7. Incredibles Costume: Matix was 6 at the time.
  8. Incredibles Costume: This one was mine, I typically wear an adult small.
  9. Incredibles Costume: Marley apparently decided to make hers into Daisey Duke’s after Halloween…take it or leave it! Ha! She was 5 when she wore the costume.
  10. Incredibles Costume: This costume was Chris’, he is usually a medium/large.
  11. Option for complete family set of 4 costumes (as seen here!) – Sorry, Cash’s was homemade and I have no idea where it ended up!

Alright guys, start commenting now!




76 Responses

  1. I would love #11! We just try to limit our sugar consumption by making sure we only have a certain number of candies a day and then the bowl of candy gets put away so it’s not tempting. We also take our candy with us to family get togethers and share with them so we don’t eat it all ourselves.

  2. Please oh please #11. I’ve wanted our family to be the Incredibles the last 2 Halloweens! But the costumes are so expensive.

    I try to only buy candy for the Trick or Treaters and not have candy around the house. And then we go through the candy when our kids get home and throw half of it away.

    PLEASE PICK ME!! ? My husband and I are big fans of the show.

  3. #11 I never hand out the candy that Temps me. Instead I’ll buy a huge bag of dum dums and hand it out. I have no problem staying away and it’s a small treat for kids.

  4. #11. We have the switch witch come and she takes MOST of the candy and leaves something our kid wants like a toy or movie

  5. #5; I have a rule of after Halloween candy is out of the house within 3 days. No, this does not mean to shove your face with candy. Although it is my kids candy, they have to do a good deed to earn a piece. The maximum number of candy a day they can get is 3 pieces. My kids never eat a lot of candy as it is, but I allow 3 pieces a day for 3 days! They like to come up to me when I didn’t ask them to clean something or put something away. My oldest says, “I put all the toys away before you could ask. Can I please have some chocolate?” Haha. πŸ™‚

  6. #11 family Incredibles

    My most helpful tip is have a chocolate peanut butter protein shake before you leave the house to cure your sweet tooth! Then when the kids have had their share of candy toss out the rest! If it’s not in the house you can’t eat it!! I usually keep a few pieces of their favorites ie lollipops since I’m not tempted with those ?

  7. #11

    I fight temptation by hiding candy, but I don’t really eat candy. I don’t buy it often… ? Thank you for the opportunity.

  8. I think that my kids would LOVE the pirate costumes!

    My kids are a bit nervous trick or treating, plus we do not like the candy intake… so we go sit at a local restaurant downtown (which hosts an open business event) and watch the costumes go by.

  9. I’d be interested in NO. 2. πŸ™‚ Try brushing your teeth–I’ll bet those sour patch kids don’t look half as appetizing now!

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