2018 Frightfully Cool Halloween Contest

It’s time for our annual Frightfully Cool Dry Ice Halloween Contest! From now until November 6, send us a photo or video of your spookiest and most creative Halloween decorations using dry ice for a chance to win $1,500!

Learn more about the contest and submit your entry at www.frightfullycool.com.

If you’re looking for tips and tricks for decorating with dry ice, you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We’ll be posting our favorite DIYs and spooky suggestions throughout the Halloween season!

Connect with us on social media and share your photos and videos with other Halloween fans using #FrightfullyCool and #DryIceHalloweenContest. We look forward to seeing your creations!

Meet this year’s Halloween Contest Judges:

Miranda Enzor, Spooky Little Halloween

Miranda Enzor is the Houston-based writer, blogger and Halloween lover behind Spooky Little Halloween, the blog celebrating October 31st all year long. She celebrates her favorite day of the year by hosting her annual party, Halloweenie Roast, and is addicted to pumpkin guts, witches’ brews, skulls and all things spooky. Visit her blog at spookylittlehalloween.com.

Venus Campos, HalloweenXO

Venus Campos, otherwise known as HalloweenXO, is a Halloween Lifestyle enthusiast celebrating her love of Halloween year-round through social media posts. When she’s not busy haunting your Instagram feed, you can find her puttering about her Halloween apartment hanging spiderwebs, hoarding jack o’ lanterns or conjuring black magic coffee spells. You can view her posts here: https://www.instagram.com/halloweenxo/.

Terry Wolfinger, Freelance Illustrator and Fine Artist

Terry Wolfinger grew up in the Bay Area and moved south to LA after high school to attend CalArts. He graduated with a BFA in Character Animation and went on to create animation for various rock video companies. He later became the cover artist and art director for GameFan Magazine, painting over 100 unique covers. Terry’s love of monsters and classic horror films led him to become a character designer and concept artist for Stan Winston Studio as well as numerous film, video game and comic book companies. He has attended the prestigious Sebastian Kruger Painting Workshop in Germany twice. Terry makes his living as a freelance illustrator and fine artist. He currently exhibits his new classic monster paintings at Monsterpalooza and Halloweentown in Burbank, CA, and has held exhibitions in Pasadena, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago. He is also a frequent cover artist for Famous Monsters magazine as well as a key artist and finisher for various current video game properties.

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