As I was thinking about what to do for this month’s First Friday Fun Freebie, my thoughts drifted to Fall.  More specifically, my mind wandered to Halloween, which has become the second most popular holiday in our house.  Wondering about Halloween got me thinking about what resin projects I could do for Halloween. 


Here’s where it gets interesting.


What if I created spooky resin castings for a Halloween costume or party?  My kids would think I was the coolest mom ever.  So what do we sell at Resin Obsession that would be a super cool Friday Freebie giveaway to help with Halloween resin projects?

 

glow in the dark powder

The Resin Obsession glow in the dark powders set of 6.


Yes, you have a chance to win ¼ ounce each of the glow in the dark green, aqua, blue, white, violet and red.  (Click here to learn more about our resin glow in the dark powders).


So while I think making scary resin castings would be cool, I know our super creative blog readers have other ideas.  For a chance to win this set of powders, you need to answer this question in the blog comment box below with YOUR suggestion:

 

What would you make with these glow in the dark powders?


One blog comment per person.

Want extra entries?
•    Tweet this EXACT phrase:

Hey @resinobsession is giving away a set of glow in the dark powders for your #resin jewelry. Enter here: http://ow.ly/dxhs5

(one entry per tweet, up to 4 per day)
•    Make a comment on the giveaway announcement on our Facebook page.  (one entry per user)

Contest begins Friday, September 7, 12:01 AM ET. Comments/tweets must be entered by Thursday, September 13, 11:59 PM ET.  The winner will be drawn at random on Friday, September 14 (using random.org).  No purchase necessary.  Void where prohibited.  Prize cannot be redeemed for cash.  Winner is responsible for any taxes.  Only residents of our available shipping countries are eligible.

Don't want to wait to see if you win?  Buy our glow in the dark powders here.


And if you want to see how they glow, be sure to watch our video of the powders ‘live’ in glowing action.