Giveaway: Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead


Ghouls, goblins and zombies are lurking about now that Halloween is quickly approaching. Get in the spooky spirit by making blood thirsty zombies from Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead. Suzie Gravemaker is sure to give you a haunted welcome as she sits you down for a meal you are guaranteed never to forget.

With 50 sheets of origami paper and 13 gruesome origami zombies to make you are sure to be occupied until All Hallows Eve, when you might just meet one in person. Muahaha! Don’t worry, the book also comes with a Lucky Cross to help you out…

Keep reading for all the ghoulish details about how to enter for the chance to win a copy of Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead and to get the whole Lucky Cross Project…





Reprinted with permission from Zombigami © 2012 by Duy Nguyen, Sterling Children’s Books, an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.

To enter for the chance to win Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead tell us a special Halloween costume you have in mind this year to make or wear. For additional entries tweet, stumble, or share the giveaway on Facebook and leave a comment each time. Come back and leave a comment every day from now until September 18th at midnight. We will announce the winner here on Prudent Baby.

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Betty

My little girl has turned princess obsessed so I am going to try to make a Cinderella costume for her.

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Gaenor

I must confess we really don’t do Halloween so I’m not gearing up for costume making: instead I have to make 50 Christmas Drawstring Bags for a local charity who will fill them to send to a children’s home in Estonia for Christmas.

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trish

Not sure what I will be yet. My ds (10) wants to be a zombie version of the lmfao robot. Hmmm…he might like this book.

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Charlene

That’s funny, I was just thinking of halloween this morning during my morning shower. My daughter is four years old, so I’m thinking fluffy princess costume is in our future! I have a petticoat, now I just need to be thinking of how to make a princess dress!!!

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mamanut

My 4 year old daughter has informed that she doesn’t know what she will be but (and I’m quoting here), “you’re going to be a vampire because I already found vampire teeth” – she is referring to some teeth she found in a dusty corner of her room… she found them 2 weeks ago and instantly determined I would be a vampire. I didn’t even know she knew what vampires were. In any case, she reminds me frequently that I will be a vampire. Vampire, in fairness, seems pretty do-able, so she just may get her way.

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Melissa

This is so awesome! Our house is gearing up to do an My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic theme. (Mini picked it.) I’m planning on being Twilight Sparkle. My son is going to be Spike, my mini is being Pinkie Pie, and my Hubs is reluctantly going as Big Macintosh. I’ve already got my dress done but need to get the rest of families going.

(Can you tell Halloween is my favorite?)

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Laura

I’m not sure on my halloween costume yet. I don’t usually start thinking until October and then always wish I’d started earlier!

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Leah

I know that my littlest boy will be a skeleton and I’m thinking my 5 year old will be a pirate. I’m not sure if I will dress up as my town doesn’t seem too big on the whole trick or treating.

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Nicole

We might just whip up a few handmade star wars costumes for our annual Halloween party next door! We have 3 littles and my youngest two are currently debating over who gets to be yoda. 😉

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Jenny H.

My 3-yr-old daughter wants to be Coraline and she wants me to be the “other mother” so I guess I have to figure out a way to have button eyes!

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laura

I think we are going with a Star Wars theme (even though my husband is not a fan!) I’m going to be Princess Leia and my husband Han Solo!

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Kathy

When my older daughter was one I made her a Yoda costume…now that will go to her little sister. This year big sister will be made a Princess Leia costume! Can’t wait to have them side by side.

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Sleepyheadedmom

We haven’t figured out Halloween costumes just yet. My son changes his mind so many times up until Halloween. At the moment he wants to be a “bloody monkey”

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jessica edwards

my 4 yr old said she wants to be a zombie, but not totally convinced she knows what that is!

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Lauren

I don’t know what I want to be. I think I might throw a Clue themed Halloween party this year, so maybe someone from the game.

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barbara n

My daughter has asked me to make her a Peter Pan costume this year! Hopefully it will turn out since I do not have a pattern….just winging it!

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Marian

This is so cool,. I’m making my grandson’s costume this year and use what we find in the house to dress up like a bum or a scarecrow

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carole

I will be making my pregnant daughter in law a Lucy from peanuts costume. She wore one last year but this year it has to be a maternity sized! we already make her stand that says “the doctor is in”.

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Jen Pelto

My 4 year old son wants to be a “mailman archaeologist who delivers bones” — no joke! (His Daddy is studying archaeology at university.)

This kid always has my work cut out for me! :)

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