We have another contest for you! We’re calling it the “Halloween Greetings Contest 2017.” To participate, find the words and recreate the greeting. Once you think you have the greeting, you may enter through the comments section of this post (all are moderated and will not be shown). You may also email it to us using this link. Please use these two methods only to enter the contest. Please include your first name, last initial, city, and state (or country), too. We will confirm receipt of your guess. All correct answers will be entered into a drawing for one of two $100 gift certificates. The contest runs from October 28th through midnight PT on November 1. Winners will be notified by email on November 2nd.
It took quite a while to find just the right one for our Halloween Greetings Contest 2017. We scoured vintage greeting cards from the 19th century until we found just the right one. There are 24 different words in the greeting we chose. We created Halloween-inspired images of the words found in the greeting (if a word appears twice in the greeting you will see “word (x2)” to let you know the word is used two times). Then, we took each image and added it to an item on our website.
The words appear throughout the site. You’ll find them within the New Products, Historical Era, Accessories, Garment Type, and Movies, TV, Theatre categories. There may even be a clue or two within a Sale. You may have to do a little digging to find all of the clues but we assure you they are in there. The greeting (lines represent each letter in the words) is laid out in our featured photo for your reference.
With the days getting shorter and somewhat drearier, the nights getting longer and somewhat colder, we thought you might enjoy the challenge. You are so good at word puzzles! So, enjoy the challenge and take a chance on winning one of two $100 gift certificates. The Recollections Halloween Greetings Contest 2017 awaits you! We look forward to seeing your answers.
Here’s the greeting:
“On this night, of which I sing
Jack O’ Lantern is the King.
His throne is made of looking glass
To see your future, as you pass.”
I’m Katie S. from Long Prairie, Minnesota.
Have a good autumn!
Okay guys. I worked on this puzzle for at least four hours…..I found most of the words – future, as, you, night, see, I, Jack O’Lantern, your, pass, throne, the, to, of (x2), looking, this, sing, on, this, his, see…..I know that the second line starts with “Jack O’Lantern” – I also think that the last two words on the first line are “I sing” – but I can’t get the rest of the puzzle. I just wanted to let you know that I worked on it, but no success!!! UGH!!! If anybody gets this, I am in AWE of them!!
On this night ,of which I sing, Jack. O lantern is the king.his throne is made of looking Glass to see your future as you pass.
On this night, of which I sing, Jack O’ Lantern is the king.
His throne is made of looking glass to see your future as you pass.
On this night of which I sing,
Jack O’lantern is the king,
his throne is made of looking glass
to see your future as you pass
Here’s my entry for the Halloween contest:
On this night, of which I sing,
Jack O’Lantern is the king.
His throne is made of looking glass,
To see your future, as you pass.
Castro Valley, California
“On this night of which I sing, Jack O’Lantern is the king. His throne is made of looking glass to see your future as you pass.”
Colorado Springs, CO, USA