She Held Her Mouth Up Redly Wan: The Vampire Hunter’s Kit

Darlings, today marks just 20 days to Halloween and I couldn’t be more excited. That also means that there are still 20 days left to submit your photos for our big 2012 Halloween Contest!  I am sad to report that the folks over at are rather leaving us in the dust when it comes to contest entries, so I thought I would sweeten the pot a bit by adding this gorgeous hand-made vampire hunting kit to the prize pool.

This compact emergency kit includes all the essentials for vampire defense.  All you need to do to enter the contest is simply submit a scavenger hunt photo, so there’s really no excuse for not playing, lovies.  Do visit the Halloween contest page for the complete scavenger hunt rules as well as a list of the other prizes.  I’m personally partial to the Himalayan Salt Tequila Glasses, but Acadia keeps insisting that I’m not eligible to play, so I will simply wish you all the best of luck.  Happy scavenging, darlings!

Related Posts:

– The Great 2012 Evadia Halloween Contest

– “The Vampire” by Madison Julius Cawein

– In Their Eyes, Oracular: 1920′s Vintage Vamp Makeup

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19 replies

  1. That’s really quite incredible.

  2. This sucks (Vampire joke…of course this is a great post!)

  3. I am so excited for this. And I’m sad that I forgot to print the sign for my zombiewalk photos.
    Great prizes!

  4. That is incredibly sweet!!! I have a book that’s a guide for vampire hunters. I think they have a similar make your own hunting kit along the lines of this. Except less vintagey and cool.

  5. This is the coolest vampire hunting kit I’ve ever seen. Thanks for sharing it!

    Jolie du Pre
    Precious Monsters –

  6. I traced my hand and drew a turkey. Pretty much the same thing.

  7. Wow, serious stuff! Loved it! Am seriously loving those salt shots glasses- need those for some SERIOUS tequilla drinking! Enjoyed my visit!~ seriously! (lol) blessings,


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