Saturday, October 31, 2009

My Tricks and Treats.....

Below are pictures of Treat's, and my trick (yeah it was a little cockroach that runs across the floor and two glowing eyes). I guess I misunderstood about the trick. When I opened my package I thought "Were the tricks to be handmade too?" Oh dear, and no way to contact the receiver to let them know...... I am looking for them today, and hopefully they were not too disappointed.
Here I have laid out my Trick, and my Treats for the swap. It was hard not having a gauge for how much, but I knew the "Treats" were supposed to be handmade.
Cute "Pouting Little Witch Skull", one of these was a "Treat" for someone!
Here are some of the Banners I made for my swaps! One of these was included in the "Treat" package!
Here is the Journal I made for one of the "Treat" packages!
I hope everyone enjoyed their swaps, and for the person who received my "Trick", I honestly thought it was supposed to be a "trick". I hope you all had a Happy Halloween and fun with your "Treats & Tricks"! I have shown what I received in the post below.......

4 comments:

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

super goodies!

happy halloween.

hugs,

Christine Edwards said...

Deb, your trick is perfect. It was entirely up to you as to what you sent as a trick, and it could have been handmade or store bought. I love the idea cockroach and the googly eyes. Hope you had a Happy Halloween!

Jane said...

Debra,
I'm sorry to be so slow here, especially after reading your post about "flakers"!
I really love the Treats I received from you--so many things that I thought the packages had been mixed up! The journal is so cool, and the "Black Magic Woman" too! Would you believe I just found the tombstone when I went to get the items from the box so I could thank everyone? It had gotten down into the packing shreds - oh, my!

What a great swap! Thanks so much!
Jane - Jacksonville

p.s. I see you got one of my bags of "stuff". The bags were made of bleached out chicken feed sacks about 50 years ago by my mother :)

George said...

Interesting post... I can see that you put a lot of hard work on your blog. I'm sure I'd visit here more often.
George
from Magic Tricks.