Monday, April 7, 2014

[CONTEST] Win a Wooden Skull Mask from Robertas

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED. Thanks for participating.

Robertas, of Wooden Skulls, is a wood carver from Lithuania. Skull carving has been his hobby for over 10 years. He makes hand-carved wooden skulls, life-size skulls made of wood, skulls/Halloween masks, spoons with carved skulls, key-chains/skulls and other crazy items of this kind. He would like to share his love of skulls with our Skull-A-Day fans. He is giving away one of his birch wood skull masks to one lucky fan!




PRIZE INFO: One mask made of birch wood, which can be used both as a mask and as an interior decoration. The size: 6.7 x 5.3 x 1.6 in (17 x 13.5 x 4 cm)

HOW TO ENTER: To enter this contest, comment below with your answer to this question. Where would you wear this skull mask? For example, I'd go to a local park, climb a tree, and have a friend take photos of me wearing the skull mask.

CONTACT INFO: The winner, chosen at random, will be contacted via email by one of the Skull-A-Day editors within 7 days of the end of the contest. If that winner doesn't respond, another winner will be chosen. With your comment, please INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS!!! Entries are only valid with this information.

WHERE TO ENTER: All entries must be made on this blog post, on Skull-A-Day.com. You CANNOT enter this contest by commenting on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

CONTEST CLOSES: 11:59:59 PM Eastern USA Time Friday, April, 11, 2014.

NUMBER OF WINNERS: One

PRIZE SHIPS: This contest is open to all skull lovers around the world.

IF YOU DON'T WIN: Robertas is offering a discount of 20% for Skull-A-Day fans, in his store Wooden Skulls. Enter discount code "Skulladay" at checkout.

52 comments:

elle gato said...

I can't believe I'm the first poster! This thing is just too awesome to not want to wear ALL the time. I know if I win this my 11 year old daughter will want one too/steal mine. I will wear this to the Renaissance Faire and any place I can think of - I love that it's made with natural materials and flat out beautiful! In love!

Stella Rose-Night said...

I would wear this wooden skull mask when I go to a friends house just because it's fun to be different, any day of October(gotta dress up all month!) Maybe I'll find some fun events to dress up with this, at home to join my skull gang(other skull objects that I collect) and of course I would be taking lots of photos in it! I love this mask because it is wooden, I have never seen one before and it looks amazing! Thank you for the awesome contest! Email: dirdromyvanwy66@live.com

elle gato said...

whoops... my email address is chosenpassions@yahoo.com. THIS GOES WITH FIRST COMMENT!!!!!!!!!!!

skull walker said...

I work on the TV show "The Walking Dead" Every Friday we have a wear a skull day. I would wear the skull every Friday. tlbgrip@gmail.com

Brother Ash said...

I would wear this to the Endless Night Festival in New Orleans for sure. Brotherash@crossroadsofsorcery.com

nextontheave said...

I would wear this when doing self portrait mixed media work...jbart318@gmail.com

Maria said...

I would wear this going to my bf's and handing it for him as a gift.

rosealis said...

I would first wear this beautiful piece for my next profile photo, just to start with. Then it would look amazing hanging with my skull art collection in my dining room! My email is rosealis@icloud.com

MedicalArtMofo said...

This is definitely appropriate attire for Anatomical Art Shows! I hope there are more coming up in Chicago soon!
rachel@anatomicalelement.com

leasoup said...

I'd wear this at work - I teach anatomy in a med school :D

Brandon Schecter said...

Id wear it at my local Halloween Parade

spinndiva said...

This is something very special and should be treated as such. I think it is way too special for simple parties, or for work.

This should be worn to a special occasion. I think I would wear it when my husband and I renew our vows. I think it would look spectacular with my dreadlocks and a Steampunk inspired costume.

My email address is bridgett@mrshudsons.com

Nancy Wilkinson said...

I would pretty much live in this mask during October while setting up my haunt, but I'd turn it over to my candy crew on Halloween because I like to blend in with the crowd then and, wow, this is not a mask you'd wear to blend in. email njwilk@comcast.net

Camel O'Rama said...

I would use this mask as the front of a full head regalia...

Then i would wear it every chance i could!

Raye Mayo said...

I would wear this to the annual Day of the Dead celebration at our local community event.
rayemayo@gmail.com

fubarwill said...

I would wear it to the next Halloween party so cool

fubarwill said...

I would wear it for Halloween that thing is awesome.fubarwill13@gmail.com

Casey Parry said...

I would wear it for Halloween and for dia de los muertos

Kristen Sherman said...

I would wear it for a styled photo shoot that I am working on for my blog that showcases alternative weddings. bellememorieco@gmail.com

Madolan said...

I would wear it in front of thousands of music fans. Arcade Fire's world tour requests that attendees dress formally. Skull mask with formal ballgown strikes me at ideal concertgoing attire. I have, thanks to a San Francisco Opera costume sale, the dress Carmen died in; to pair it with a wooden skull is both thematically appropriate and beautiful.

madolan@gmail.com

Hard_Skull said...

I would wear this most incredible work of art while driving my Harley in the charity parades and rides around our surrounding states!
You are very talented. I would treat this mask precious mask with great care!
Glassskull@gmail.com

sharon mc said...

I'd wear this mask as I walk along the boardwalk at the Jersey Shore. Good protection from the sun. lol.---email--sharonord@comcast.net

Helvis Presley said...

i'd wear this to the upcoming masquerade ball at eastern state penitentiary.

Naive Wench said...

If I won, I'd most likely wear the mask out for certain events and for personal enjoyment. Namely, for cosplay purposes and to bask in the joy of owning such a lovely object.

e-mail: thejokerhound@gmail.com

MeezerCatMom said...

I would wear it to play with my two year old son.

David Goboff said...

This mask would be a great addition to the South Florida Day of the Dead processional and celebration! dgoboff@simplypuppets.com

dearcandy said...
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dearcandy said...

i'd wear this into my boyfriend's new rock bar
(which will be hosting his heavy metal band, as well as other local bands from melbourne & around australia)
& hand it over to him as a "bar warming" gift :)
thank you!
candice
instacandy@gmail.com

ryan said...

I would wear it as cosplay to a comic con. I'm imagining an awesome tree spirit costume, with this mask as the centerpiece.
cuchulain666@yahoo.com

Richelle Brown said...

This is awesome work! I would love to wear this for my ‘Día de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”): celebrating the calavera’ art show! Have a ‘skullful’ day! richelle@stateofther.com

katxmicah said...

I would wear this beautiful mask in bed and wait for my husband to wake up. At first it would scare the crap out of him, then he'd be stoked as hell. He's a woodworker and a fellow skull enthusiast and would TOTALLY geek out on something like this.
angelsmadeofstone@hotmail.com

WitchHazel said...

To work, so people would think twice about asking me for stuff.

Chan Bliss said...

I would wear it to Bike Week in Daytona. chanbliss@gmail.com

The Headless Norseman said...

Super impressive carving! I'd probably wear it while tending to the yard props on Halloween. And on dates.
zombiehippie8@Gmail.com

denise said...

What an awesome mask.

I would wear it to visit each of my friend's homes to show it off.

brassangel said...

I would love to wear this mask as part of a danse macabre outfit at the rennaissance faire, to Dia de Los Muertos at the Hollywood forever cemetary and as part of a Samhain ritual for my coven. Oh so may places I would wear this!

Al Hernandez said...

This is such a great mask! Great way to start a skull collection, next to my Posada's Catrina collection. I would wear it to my kids next pajama party!!
alherdez@gmail.com

spooky_nine said...

I'd wear it to the next metal show.
spooky [dot] nine [at] gmail [dot] com

essdubbins said...

I would wear this around the house while doing mundane day-to-day chores (like washing the dishes, cooking, or doing the dishes) to make things a little more interesting.
My email address: sandyroo@live.com

Pervoid: the cuddly misanthrope said...
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Pervoid: the cuddly misanthrope said...

I would wear that wonderful mask at the beginning of every social event I was invited to until some caring soul pulls me aside and tells me to stop already.
vzriggins@yahoo.com

Jaybyrd said...

EVERYWHERE !!!

Claudio Ibarra said...

Some places I'd wear it:

• Halloween parties
• Going running at night
• When Jehovah's Witnesses knock at my door

STACEY said...

I would wear it to my friends house that is photographer that will take some amazing pictures of me in it an probably give it to him for some of his props. Or i will so put it with my other collection of skulls because It is absolutely beautiful.

Itsari said...
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Itsari said...

I would probably wear it to family functions with my inlaws. It would be perfect for those gatherings!
rev.itsari@gmail.com

Sarah Negonsott said...

I would walk down the main strip here in my small town & take pictures of peoples reaction to me wearing it!!! bearnegonsott@yahoo.com

MelanieMargaret said...

I would wear this mask EVERYWHERE! Parades, parties, at home...

Allie E said...

I love this mask! Such a beautiful piece of art! He is so talented! I would wear it to a party or parade! Thank you for this opportunity to win it!
Alicia.troiani@gmail.com

PMac said...
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PMac said...

I of course would answer the door at halloween with it on,but then it would take it's place front and center with my collection of skulls.
macdougall@bendbroadband.com

Unknown said...

I work at the local Renaissance Festival. I would wear this there and be the envy of all.
Cheers: b.s.snyder@gmail.com