22 September, 2018

Raise Your Spirits With This Red Candy Halloween Giveaway

Halloween is a big event in the Hobbis household – largely because I love it.  The husband is not convinced but nevertheless he has to put up with us decorating the house with all manner of fake cobwebs and, of course, our skeleton, Mr Bones, puts in his annual appearance.

Now you could spend an absolute fortune on Halloween paraphernalia so I make sure I invest in a few pieces that will stand the test of time and will survive multiple Halloweens.

Red Candy is a brilliant place for finding things like this and below I’ve listed just some of my favourites. Plus I have a great giveaway for those of you who like to raise a glass of something spooky to toast any ghosts, zombies or witches who may have crossed your path.

Red Candy Stranger Things Cushion

Red Candy Stranger Things Cushion – £38

Inspired by the highly acclaimed Netflix show, Stranger Things, this colourfully designed features silhouettes of the kids on their bikes with the upside down below them, showing the menacing Demogorgon.

Printed in yellow and green print, the cushion is made from a soft and durable faux suede and is filled with a feather pad.  The cushion is 42 x 42 cm and machine washable at 30c.

Red Candy Day Of The Dead Skull Decanter

Day of the Dead Skull Decanter

Day of the Dead Skull Decanter – £20

The Day of the Dead Skull Decanter is the ideal place to store those old bottles of cheap whisky sat on the side gathering duster.  It is made from glass and has a cork as its top and a capacity of 700 ml which means it can store a full bottle of your favourite tipple.  Hand-wash only.

Red Candy Suck UK Skeleton Hand Jewellery Tidy

Suck UK Skeleton Hand Jewellery Tidy – £30

This macabre skeleton hand design from Suck UK is certainly an interesting way of keeping all your jewellery to hand.  This bony hand can hold anything from watches to rings and from bracelets to earrings. Plus each digit moves independently so you can reposition them to suit your storage needs – e.g. hanging a necklace. This “handy” helper can also store earrings, coins, keys, and trinkets in the wooden dish at the bottom.

Red Candy Poison Whiskey Decanter

Red Candy Poison Whiskey Decanter

Red Candy Poison Whiskey Decanter – £22

This eye-catching liquor decanter from Balvi features a three-dimensional hollow glass skull suspended in the centre of the bottle.  It will hold a litre of your favourite poison – whiskey, gin or cognac and would be a real talking point at any Halloween party.  It’s dishwasher safe too.

Red Candy Doomed Shot Glass

Red Candy Doomed Shot Glass – £9

To go with your Poison Whiskey Decanter, why not serve your spirits in one of these? Made from hand-blown borosilicate glass, these quirky glasses have an outside which is larger than a normal shot glass and is easier to hold. The inside glass is moulded into a skull shape which holds the liquor and, depending on the colour of your chosen shot, different parts of the skull’s detail will be highlighted.

Red Candy Giveaway

I have a Poison Whiskey Decanter and 2 Doomed Shot Glasses to give away, worth £40 in total. (Whiskey not supplied).

Entry is via the GLEAM widget and the usual terms and conditions apply which you can find on my giveaways page.

The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Sunday 14th October and is open to UK entrants only.

Red Candy Poison Whiskey Decanter & Doomed Shot Glasses Giveaway

Good luck!

113 responses to “Raise Your Spirits With This Red Candy Halloween Giveaway”

  1. Sarah Roberts says:

    Taking the little ones out trick or treating.

  2. Roisin McGuckin says:

    Dunking for apples ?

  3. Amy Jo mclellan says:

    Trick or treating or, as I’m too old for that, opening the door to trick or treaters

  4. Denise walton says:

    My grandchildren dressing up for Halloween

  5. CAROL PATRICK says:

    Carving a pumpkin, they look lovely and so cheery

  6. Tammy Neal says:

    We like trickle treating x

  7. Martin Woodhead says:

    would love the decanter chance to one up my whisky bore brother

  8. Zoe Duffield says:

    I Love love love those decanters, both are awesome. Would look so stylish for my halloween party!!!

  9. Hayley Todd says:

    We love decorating our home ready for Halloween, and we always host a Halloween party for friends and family, both young and old. We have Halloween and spooky themed food, drinks (both cocktails and mocktails), play spooky music and the kids have fun playing traditional games, like apple bobbing.

  10. Mark Allen says:

    Watching old Hammer films

  11. jules Eley says:

    Watching Hocus Pocus together as a family every Halloween!

  12. Kellie Steed says:

    I love decorating the house with my son. We try to visit as many Halloween attractions as we can. This year is my son’s first year at school so we have filled the whole half term break with Halloween activities around the midlands. This has become our tradition. We also always go over to the in-laws so that my son can trick or treat with his little cousin. They are 4 and 5 and have been doing it since they were 1 and 2 – so cute!

  13. laura stewart says:

    taking the kids trick or treating

  14. Danielle Pooley says:

    Me & my little boy love to crave pumpkins!

  15. Diane Crafter says:

    its got to be pumpkin carving with the kids.

  16. Jo Hutchings says:

    Pretty much everything! But especially all the good horror films that come out at that time.

  17. Sophie Roberts says:

    Definitely trick or treating with my nieces and getting them all dressed up!

  18. amanda says:

    watching horror films x

  19. paula cheadle says:

    Carving pumpkin, then making a pumpkin soup with in flesh, we all love it

  20. Ria Evans says:

    My favourite Halloween treat is being able to dress up and take my son out trick or treating

  21. Rebecca Mercer says:

    Pumpkin carving with the kids

  22. Laura davey says:

    doing the pumpkins with the kids

  23. Lisa Hall says:

    Pumpkin carving and trick or treating, although our youngest daughter has asked if she can go out with her friends this year so we may have to have a party instead ?

  24. Adrian Bold says:

    We always carve a pumpkin each year.

  25. Sophie Williams says:

    Apple bobbing and pumpkin carving

  26. Sheri Darby says:

    Giving sweets to all the little witches

  27. Allan Fullarton says:

    Lots of sweets.

  28. carol boffey says:

    watching horror films with my son

  29. janine atkin says:

    watching scary movies together

  30. Tim Woolfenden says:

    taking the kids out trick or treating . Happy days

  31. Anneka says:

    Like you Halloween is a major event of the year and something we love to do! Our favourite Halloween tradition is Pumpkin Carving and decorating. It’s great fun and I love having them all over the home.

  32. Allan Wilson says:

    Taking the kids Guising. (Trick or treating IS NOT a halloween tradition)

  33. Andrea Johnson says:

    trick or treating

  34. Christopher Read says:

    Eating lots of sweets 😀 Thanks for running this comp

  35. Carol Phile says:

    Toffee apples

  36. Lynn Neal says:

    Having a candle lit dinner with some spooky background music!

  37. Rebecca Whatmore says:

    Apple bobbing is always fun!

  38. Lara Aleda says:

    Fantastic Halloween themed prize

  39. andrea tinkler says:

    we love a good halloween party with games and then we all go trick or treating, but only to houses we know or are decorated x

  40. Hannah Lord says:

    I love the touch and feel game where you have to guess what everything is, peeled grapes for eye balls and peaches are great as sliced kidneys! great fun to watch and play, perfect for in the evening when the trick or treating has ended

  41. JULIE WARD says:

    Grandson dresses up with his friends, its not my favourite time of year

  42. Rachel Craig says:

    Halloween party. Fun, games, dressing up, and treats.

  43. Joyce W says:

    Making my grand daughter look as scary as possible

  44. Karen Barrett says:

    Making our halloween door wreath

  45. alibongo says:

    Our whole village dresses up! We do a hunt and haunt for the kids.. and an awesome party for the ‘adults’!

  46. Theresa Thomas says:

    decorating the house and awaiting the trick and treaters

  47. Ann Skamarauskas says:

    Bobbing for apples

  48. Niki Marie Wardle says:

    We arrange a community Halloween party every year, its always a big hit!

  49. Rachel Butterworth says:

    Carving pumpkins

  50. David Wright says:

    Trick r treating

  51. jo liddement says:

    Carving a pumpkin, eating toffee apples and sweets and watching a (slightly) scary film with my husband and son. I really fancy watching Coraline this year!

  52. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    we just love the trick or treating part, taking my daughter around our area and seeing her get all excited when her bag is filling up.

  53. Kim Neville says:

    Taking the kids trick or treating as they get so excited

  54. Kim Murray says:

    Love decorating the house x

  55. Iris Tilley says:

    Dressing up and having fun

  56. Lynsey Buchanan says:


  57. Emma Walton says:

    The decorations are my favourite halloween tradition and if I had the room, I would host a halloween party every year. Unfortunately, no-one else in the family can be bothered with halloween 🙁

  58. Tina H says:

    Dressing up as zombies. We go the whole hog and really love it.

  59. Sarah Mcvicar says:

    We love Halloween! I always decorate the outside of the house and we go trick or treating

  60. Ursula Hunt says:

    Our favorite tradition is apple bobbing

  61. Carole Nott says:

    watching halloween themed films

  62. betsy ferguson says:

    we love to grow our own pumkins and bake pumpkin pies and make pumpkin soups xx

  63. Lorna Ledger says:

    We will decorate the house at the front and let people come to use to Trick or Treat x

  64. Christina Palmer says:

    Trick or treating

  65. Lynda Graham says:

    Kids having fun dressing up.

  66. Katie Skeoch says:

    Cooking for apples is a favourite!

  67. holly harmsworth says:

    going and picking a pumpkin to carve

  68. Laura Napier says:

    I used to love apple bobbing! Halloween was the one night my dad cooked a warming sausage casserole (dead mans finger casserole) whilst me and mum would go trick or treating.

  69. Jo m welsh says:

    I really like the toffee apples- sticky but delicious

  70. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Apple Bobbin

  71. Michelle Henderson says:

    I love trick or treating

  72. Katie says:

    Apple bobbing

  73. William Gould says:

    Pumpkin carving!

  74. Claire Murden says:

    I love dressing up, handing out candy to the trick or treaters, and seeing them all dressed up. Me or a friend always have a party and of course watching some horrors.

  75. Nikki Hayes says:

    Drawing the curtains and pretending to be out 😀 Seriously, watching a few good horror movies :o)

  76. Laura Pritchard says:

    I love going to pick a pumpkin from our farm centre.

  77. Laura Banks says:

    has to be trick or treating

  78. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    Love Apple Bobbing!

  79. john prendergast says:

    Halloween costumes

  80. Amandeep Sibia says:

    Carving a pumpkin.

  81. iain maciver says:

    going trick or treating

  82. Charlotte G says:

    I love carving a pumpkin with my son then watching scary films when he is in bed 🙂

  83. Sandra Fortune says:

    Dressing up with my little grandson and carving pumpkins

  84. Lindsey Stuart says:

    Dressing up before we go out trick or treating! Great fun 🙂

  85. Karen Morgan says:

    I love everything about Halloween especially decorating the house.

  86. Alison Harvey says:

    Love seeing all the kids costumes it’s worth trick or treats just to see them

  87. Ruth Harwood says:

    Trick or treating!

  88. Taking the kids trick or treating we don’t really have any others

  89. maria says:

    bobbing for apples and horror films

  90. Alica says:

    Scary movies with my family while we eat toffee apples 🙂

  91. Nigel Soper says:

    None – I find Halloween dangerous as it treats evil as inconsequential

    • Rachel Craig says:

      If you do not want to be involved in the Halloween. Maybe you could consider All Saints Day. As positive sentiments, memories, celebrations can be good for us.

  92. MARK HOPKINS says:

    It’s got to be Trick or Treat.

  93. Becky John says:

    Carving pumpkins

  94. pete c says:

    dressing up the kids and watching them get excited

  95. Ashleigh Allan says:

    Trick or treating

  96. Geri Gregg says:

    I lobe the scary films x

  97. Angela Treadway says:

    taking our sons out trick or treating x

  98. Amy Bondoc says:

    trick or treating

  99. Amy simpson says:

    I go to my local pub for a charity fancy dress party x

  100. Peter Watson says:

    Halloween is just another way of getting us to spend money we don’t have.

  101. Annabel Greaves says:

    The kids really love to dress up in Halloween costumes

  102. Susie Wilkinson says:

    I love the lead up to Halloween when they have all the decoration in the shops, I spend ages choosing new bits to decorate the house with!

  103. Helen Thurston says:

    Carving the Jack -o’-Lantern.

  104. Margaret Clarkson says:

    dressing up, usually as a vampire of witch

  105. clair downham says:

    trick or treating

  106. Donna Loxton says:

    Decorating the house, putting on some scary music, eating Halloween themed food and to finish, watching a horror film.

  107. Tracy Nixon says:

    Carving turnip lanterns!

  108. Ailsa says:

    I love decorating my Halloween tree

  109. Solange says:

    We love going trick or treating.

  110. MARIA ROGERS says:

    wrapping up brussel sprouts in ferrero rocher wrappers to give out to the trick and treaters

    • Rachel Craig says:

      Seems that you take trick quite literally.

      There probably are various traditions from a variety of countries, communities, etc.

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