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Trick or Treat October 29, 2012

Posted by Jill Renee in : Buying Jewelry, Eco-Friendly Jewerly, Jewelry, Sweepstakes, Win Jewelry , trackback

Trick or Treat is a customary phrase used on Halloween in many countries.  It is used by children in costume traveling from house to house asking for treats.  The most popular treat is candy.  The “trick” is a threat to perform mischief on the homeowners or their property if no treat is given.  This has been a customary Halloween tradition in North American since at least the early 1950s.  Some homeowners go all out by decorating with fake spider webs, carved pumpkins, witches, and more.  Others will either only have candy to give out or just leave a bowl of candy on the porch.

Danforth has decided to participate in the TREAT part of trick-or-treating this year and is giving away a free pair of earrings.  The earrings are sterling silver dangle disco balls set with cubic zirconia.  They are perfect for all of your Christmas and New Year’s parties this year.  Like Danforth on Facebook and tune in to our Facebook page on Halloween morning for the giveaway instructions.

Happy Halloween and have a fun and safe trick-or-treating experience this year.

 

Comments»

1. diamonds - December 15, 2012

What a design i must say, stunning and attractive, really a perfect accessory for Christmas eve!!!

2. Rene - April 9, 2013

Thanks very nice blog!

3. Jennifer - September 9, 2013

Wow I would like to have a nice earring like this. It’s quite unique and the colour is stunning. Thanks for the post!