Sunday, September 28, 2008
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
My ATC for the Ambition Designs swap
My Tombstone for the Annual Tombstone Swap
The only thing I have left is my doll for the Halloween Doll swap hosted by Vivian! My dollie is getting her skirt delivered today - she is very excited, as she has been hiding in the cupboard behind a box of malted milk balls - embarrassed that she has no clothes on!
This month's Candy Club participation is down - Whats the deal... are you all on diets or what ... sheeeesh!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Here is a sneak peek of my SpookyTime Jingles items - to be listed on the 13th!
I also have two new items on Ebay and will be listing more this week!
Just use EHAG as the search word and TONS of wonderful Halloween items will be revealed! (or click on my ebay listings on the right hand side of the blog)
Monday, September 8, 2008
And a Cheeky Mummy
All have in common
(AND NO! I DID NOT EAT ALL OF THEM)
These guys are really cute, made from heavy wooden bases so they can hold up to 21 lollipops. The heads are removable for easy storage and both pieces are trimmed with hand-made crepe fringe Purchased from Cathy Nash's Tadpoles and Teacups Etsy Site. More Details on Pfatt Marketplace.
These are the first of a series of Sweet B Lollipop Trees - Hooray for Lollipops!-Sweet B
- Sweet B
Saturday, September 6, 2008
so if you are out there Ms.(or Mr.)Tumbleweed - drop me a line and I will send Lil'Sis to you!
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Better than anything else that I’ve tried
Monday, September 1, 2008
Red Vines are made by the American Licorice Company. Established in 1914, The American Licorice Co. is one of the oldest companies in the U.S. Candy industry.
Originally, Red Vines were raspberry flavored. The current "Red Twist Flavor" was introduced in 1952.
Red Vines are also produced in Super Rope form, Snaps (little pieces) and come in bags, mixed bags(red and black) and 4lb tubs.
Red Vines taste even better when eaten in a dark movie theatre. I often smuggle red vines in with me when I go to the flics (who wants to pay 3.95 for a sleeve of licorice).
When I was about 10 I tried red licorice for the first time. I went with a friend to the movies, her mom had let her take a tub of red licorice in (I don't remember how we smuggled it in - probably under her sweater) - we proceeded to eat the entire tub. I don't remember the movie we saw... but I do remember the bad case of hives I got all over my back as a result of eating two pounds of licorice!
To this day my love of candy often overrides common sense!
The prize for this month will be announced on the 5th - as will the winner for the August Candy Club Challenge.
In the meantime...
- Sweet B