Saturday, October 11, 2008

VINTAGE HALLOWEEN SWAP

BACK IN SEPTEMBER, I participated on a Vintage Halloween Swap which was hosted by Heidi Ann @ FOXGLOVES,FABRIC AND FOLLY. This was my first time and I had so much fun and will definitely do it again in the future. Heidi is currently hosting a Vintage Christmas Swap, if you're interested - you're all welcome to participate.



My partner Holly, sent me a lovely package of Halloween goodies which she made herself. Thanks a bunch, Holly! I love them all and they'll be added to my ever-growing collection of Halloween stuff.

13 comments:

cat loader said...

not bad.

kubota excavator said...

very cool.

excavator bucket said...

thats amazing story.

frontend loader said...

wow, very special, i like it.

kubota mini excavator said...

yeah! its much better,

CONNIE said...

Wowie! I got SPAMS... so let's put word verification for comments back on for now.

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Debbie said...

What beautiful treasures Connie! And that swap has to be the coolest thing! I doubt I'll be able to participate this year as things are too crazy this year for me but perhaps after we get settled in next year.

Hope you and Joe are having a nice weekend and wishing Joe comfort.

Nance said...

That vintage Christmas swap sounds interesting, Connie. I'll go and check it out.

Blessings,
nance

Alex said...

Ohhhh...I just love the punkin'!!! :)

I miss you and hope you (and Joe) are doing well.

*big hugs*

Mari said...

Looks like you are ready for Halloween. I'm still thinking on what to decorate.

Debbie in CA : ) said...

I am still working on pulling out all my decorations for the season. Kinda hard to think "fall" when the weatherman predicts high 70s to low 80s for next week. Still eating peaches, so it seems like summer is here for a bit longer.

That skeletal-hand candy dish is interesting. I can't decide whether it is saying "Go on and eat, you'll get skinny" or "Eat this and you will die." :D

You are a precious friend . . . my prayers go up for you EVERY day. Give Joe my best regards. EnJOY the JOY in every day.

XO ~~ Debbie

Grammy Staffy said...

What fun Holloween things. I love decorating with cute Holloween things...not scary ones....My little grand-daughter was born on Holloween...it is so fun celebrating with her.

I love the pictures on your last post...beautiful!!!! I am jealous.