Thursday, November 3, 2011

Ghastlie Blog Hop

Update: Congrats to
Quilter in the Gap #18, you won the bag!
And I sent in Loralynn's name #134 last night
and she won!
You won a gift certificate from Quilt Taffy!!

Welcome, welcome to our
Ghastlie Blog Hop Stop!
I know,
I know,
you just want to get to the pictures.
Me too.


This is my new favorite little bag pattern,
Peek-a-Boo Bag
by Sweet Treasures.
It has a clear section in the middle so you can see inside.
There's even a little Prudence zipper tab
(look close on the left).

My first experience with the Ghastlies was as my
Alexander Henry rep pulled out this giant fabric card, he opened it
& there she was.
The little hammer girl
&
and all her ghastly friends.

They made me smile
all
day
long.

~
I wanted to keep the scenes fairly intact,
so here is Kitchen Window out of
Elizabeth Hartman's
The Practical Guide to Patchwork.





Let's look at it again. :)
And then for the little tormentors in your life.
A
Ghastlie
playset.


Just think someday they'll say ...
"Remember when we went to Grandma's and played
w/ those mean, scary dolls."



And when the kids aren't playing,
they double as pincushions.


With taffy pins,
of course.
(pins made by me)
I just found her with
taffy poked in her eyes.
Actually shocked me.
Who would dare to do that?
(I got a confession; it was my 5 year old.)
~
Leave one comment on this blog by 9pm EST to be entered into:
Madame Samm's big drawing, which is
a gift certificate from us where you can
buy more Ghastlie fabric :) or anything else...

&
mention if you'd like to win a Peek-a-Boo bag
I'm giving one of those away too!

Thank you
Madame Samm for making this happen!


Be sure to visit these Ghastlie gals today!

232 comments:

  1. Love your bags! I hope to win. I think your pincushions are the best. Almost like voodoo dolls ;) great ideas and super creative ideas for all of us Ghastlie Stalkers to use

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  2. I absolutely love your "mean, scary dolls" and know my grand kids would enjoy playing with them!
    Your Peek-a-Boo Bags are really cute.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  3. Love how the Kitchen Windows turned out! This fabric line is so fun! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. WOW! Yes I'd love some Ghastlie goodness in either gift cert. or peek-a-boo form. I can' imagine who in the world would stick pins in a Ghastlies eyes? Maybe the little girl with hammer? I think she'd get blamed a lot. Beautiful quilt, I just can't get enough of the Ghastlies. Thanks for participating in this wonderful hop and for the generous giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne

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  5. I just love the quilt!! Oh, the set of Ghastlie characters is just beyond - I can see them as Vodoo dolls. Now had to enlarge the photo of the Peek-a-Boo bags to see Prudence as the pull - now that is something I would love. Thank you for sharing all your Ghastlie projects and for hosting on of the Grand Prizes.

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  6. What fun and great job with the windows. Just love it. I'd sure love to get my hands on this stuff and see what I can whip up with it...

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  7. Ahh the pins in their eyes! love the ghastlies as dolls!

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  8. What a ghastlie thing to do--using your ghastlie playset as a voodoo doll! And and eerie day to you too! I'd love to do some shopping, or at least take a peek!

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  9. I really love this fabric. Love all the possibilities! I would really love to win the bag and now (thanks to Madame Samm, who let me know I was a no reply blogger and how to mend that) I'm actually in with a chance!

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  10. I love the quilt! and your 'pincushions'!!
    and the peekaboo bags are simply 'Ghastlie'!!

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  11. those little stand up dolls are adorable. I would love to be a winner!

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  12. I love the quilt, Id have gone with the orange colourway too, would love to be entered in both your giveaways..

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  13. It's all such fun and I'd love to win a little bag. Thanks for a great visit

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  14. Your mean, scary dolls (and comment) made me laugh! They are adorable.

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  15. The quilt where we are looking in the windows is great, but I really love the scary dolls. I'd love to win your peekabo bag too.

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  16. GOOOD MORNNNNNNNNNNNNNINg Mrs Corrie Ghastlie....
    ok what A ghastlie event to wake up to....I am just smiling...I don't know what I like most your verbiage about each creation or the ghastlie stuffed set or the window quilt or bags....OH Darn it...YOU did such a great job...But back to the stuffed Ghastlies figures....nobody did this...and I am a DOLL maker and I didn't even think of this....sew cool! Your grandkids someday I am sure will just be thinking how much FUN you are and how creative you are and how you just make them and US smile...Glad I was not holding my coffee cup when I got to the part about the taffy in the eyes...YOU R killing me....ohhh the quilt...simply irresistible...YEP our sistashs will be screaming with delight, yes they will lol Good on YOU ...

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  17. Your Ghastlie dolls are, well, Ghastlie! Great job, Corrie. Wonderful prizes today. You are so generous with the Quilt Taffy Gift Certificate. There must be some significance with the amount of $51.12!?! Love the taffy pins also. Cute, cute, cute! Kd ~ www.KdQuilts.com

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  18. Those little dolls cracked me up. I can so hear my grands saying something similar to your statement. Your quilt is amazing. i have been wanting to try that pattern (kitchen windows) and I think you have inspired me to do just that. Thanks so much Oh and of course I would like to be entered to win a peek a boo bag...too cute to resist.

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  19. This quilt is one of my favorites from this blog hop - love how it looks like windows. Those cushions are such a fun idea too!

    And I would LOVE to be entered to win a peek a boo bag, too cute :)

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  20. Your post is too funny! I love the dolls and quilts.

    I'd love to win a bag, or anything for that matter:)

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  22. I am dying to make a Ghastlie quilt, and I just began to learn how to quilt. That fabric just makes my life. Thanks for the chance(s)!

    Forgot to mention I would like to win a peek a boo bag as well!

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  23. Love your quilt. Such good use of the scenes. Would love to win a bag or gift certificate. dorthac@aol.com

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  24. what fun! i love the Ghastlies, that hammer girl is great!
    and on a side note, Des, if you are reading this...please upload a pic of your spider quilt to flickr so i can 'favorite' it. xo

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  25. I love the "kitchen window" design. Thanks for sharing it. It really preserves the focus fabric(s) and yet is still has the look of a pieced quilt.

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  26. Luv the quilt! I am itching to make one of these,thanks for sharing :)

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  27. Oh My!! My ( very grown up) daughter would love this fabric! And the little pincushion dolls are a HOOT! Thanks for the chance to win the bag and the Gift Certificate. You are all so creative!!!

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  28. OOh great stuff. The quilt is so cool.
    And the Peek-a-Boo bags are wonderful.
    Please enter me to win one of those.

    I LOVE the pincushion/dolls you've created from the Ghastlies fabric. That was one thing I thought of myself to try once I can finally get my hands on some of the fabric. I just wasn't exactly sure how to do them yet. I love that you've made them so they can stand up.

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  29. Love it all. The quilts is beautiful.

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  30. Very cool quilt, and what a perfect way to preserve the scenes!! Those dolls, are you kidding???? Just how much fun are they. Can I come to grandma's house and play with them!!! I LOVE EM! Taffy in er eye huh??? :-)

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  31. Thank your for sharing these great projects! Your bag, quilt, and dolls are so much fun!!!

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  32. I'd love to win a peek a boo bag! I totally want to make a set of the Ghastlies toys, but I don't think I would be brave enough to stick a pin in any of them - too voodoo!! ha ha! Thank you for being so generous and sharing in this Ghastlie fun!

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  33. Those Ghastlie pin cushions are my favorite. So clever. I would love to win your peek-a-boo pouch. Thank you so much for being a Ghastlie blog hop sponsor. It has been so much fun.

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  34. What a wonderful quilt. I love how you did the window pane effect. Those peek a boo bags are cool too. Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks for sharing your wonderful projects.

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  35. I LOVE the Ghastlie figures.. Need some of those! Great job on all the projects too! I would love to win your peek-a-boo pouch too! Ms. Carrie Ghastlie

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  36. Love your projects, the quilt is fabulous. Would love to win a bag! thanks for the giveaways!

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  37. What a great way to show off the Ghastlies and still have a cool looking quilt! And the pincushions are fantastic! I might have to try my hand a t making one or two. I woud love a chance to win a peek-a-boo bag. This Ghasltie tour is amazing.

    Ursula

    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  38. Those pin cushions are too cute....and I would love to win a peek-a-boo bag...thank you

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  39. Loving the ghastlies and your bag is amazing!! Your quilt is so cool. Thank you for your hard work!

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  40. I lurve your quilt and all your other Ghastlie projects too. So nice of you to offer up 2 prizes today and of couse I would love the chance to win one.

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  41. Love your Kitchen Window quilt. I have never seen that pattern before. Your little bags are sew cute. My grandchildren would love to play with the Ghastlie dolls. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the great giveaways.

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  42. Pincushions are great. loved the quilt too. Thanks for sharing!

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  43. How can something so ghastly be so cute. Love the dolls!

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  44. I have never been interested in purchasing and sewing with Halloween fabrics... but your quilt, pin cushions and bags are wonderful! ...I have changed my mind!

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  45. Love all of your projects and your commentary. Thanks for sharing and for your generous give-a-way.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  46. Amazing! Thank you for the chance.

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  47. You have made some wonderful Ghastlie creations!

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  48. What great projects! Love them all but especially how you made the characters come alive. Ghastlie dolls! I would love to be in your giveaway for a Peek-a-boo bag. Thanks!

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  49. So cute! Love everything. I've never seen "Kitchen Windows", (attic windows, yes, but this is new to me). I would love to win a bag!

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  50. Ooo scary and fun!! Would like some fabric.

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  51. Great projects! The kitchen window design is perfect for this fabric. Love the scary dolls. And yes please enter me for a chance to win a Peek-a-boo bag.

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  52. i am completely in love with the Ghastlie playset. how'd you do that. i can't get over how different all the Ghastlie quilts are. love the pattern and your fabrics together. the bramble as a background is a nice choice.

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  53. Looks great! Thanks for the chance!

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  54. Thanks for your generosity in offering treats to the Hoppers! I would love to be considered for a Peek A Boo bag! I love your Peek A Boo (Kitchen Window) quilt too, but especially love the little Ghastlie Voodoo dolls!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  55. Love the kitchen window quilt! Those little pins in the adorable pin cushion are so sweet! Please enter me in the drawing for the Peek A Boo Bag-beautiful! Thanks for a chance!!

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  56. I love the little people figures. And your little taffy pins. How cute. I think the peek a boo bags are great too and would love a chance to win one.

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  57. I would love to be entered in your giveaway. I like the kitchen window quilt and the stuffed figures are adorable. I can see my grandkids playing with them, hours at a time. Thanks for creating and sharing.

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  58. What great projects!! I would love to win a Peek-a-Boo bag!! The mean scary dolls are awesome and I love the orange ghastlies in the quilt!! Thanks for the great giveaways!!

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  59. First of all I'm definitely interested in that bag - and the pattern too! I'm forever searching in bags because I can't see what's there. :( I love the idea of the window into the Ghastlie world - that made a perfect quilt. But my grandchildren would pick the Ghastlie dolls as their favorites. What a cute idea! blessings, marlene

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  60. The "Kitchen Window" quilt is so cute - what a great idea for cute fabric like this - gives me an idea for a gift from some cute snowman fabric I have:)

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  61. LOVE those little Ghastlies stuffies/pincusions!!

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  62. Oh my I love the bag with the three women on it. So cute! I have loved this fabric but was stumped how to use such large scenes! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  63. The kitchen window quilt is outstanding. A great pattern to use for many different scenes... Perfect for the Ghastlies! Love the dolls also. Great work and thanks for sharing.
    Hugs from Mary

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  64. I'm so excited about your Ghastlie quilt! I know we'd emailed back and forth about them, and yours is awesome! Thanks for a chance to win one of your cute little bags too!!!

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  65. so cool - love the dolls and the quilt also. Please enter my name for your drawing also.

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  66. Oh my Miss Corrie....sew sew beautiful!

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  67. Would love to win a bag (of course). And, yes I would buy more Ghastly fabric...
    Very cute Ghastly projects.

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  68. Of course I'd love to win a peek a boo bag.. have to tell you too that the stand up characters are a delight!

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  69. What a frightfully entertaining display of Ghastlies you have. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  70. I like the way you pieced the quilt. It is very appealing to the eye and I am sure the workmanship is stupendous. Please do enter my name in the Peek-a-boo bag drawing.
    thanks you

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  71. Love all your projects - especially the dolls/pincushions. The peek a boo bag is wonderful!

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  72. I'd love a peek-a-boo bag! My favorite of your projects is your dolls. They're so great! Thanks!

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  73. Of course I want to win a peek a boo bag :) I love your kitchen windows quilt.

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  74. I am finding so many wonderous things to make. Love the dolls/pincushions. And of course I want to win the peek a boo bag. Thank you and Madame Samm.

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  75. I *LOVE* that quilt!!!! It's too gorgeous.

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  76. The fabrics are my all time favorites! Would love to win a peek-a-boo bag or fabric. Such cute pincushions, would enjoy making a whole set (or two).
    THANK YOU for these offers! :)

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  77. So YOU are our SUPPLIER!!! yep, we can all blame you for supplying our habit. Love Love Love your quilt and especially the DOLLS!!!
    Blessings
    Mrs. Gmama Jane Ghastlie

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  78. Your doll/pincushion creations are adorable! So clever. I'd surely love to be entered in the draw to win a peek-a-boo bag. Great job!

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  79. Great quilt! Love the doll/pincushions.... love this Ghastlie fabric!

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  80. Great Ghastlie projects! I would love to win a gift certificate to your shop AND a Peek-a-Boo bag! Thanks!

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  81. I love all of it...especially the dolls! Too Ghastlie!!!

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  82. Simple yet really effective window treatment...and making actual dolls, how clever! Of coarse you had to stick a needle in her eye. I enlarged the peekaboo bag and I see it now. Another great idea!

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  83. Cool quilt plan for that ghastlie gang. Fun bag idea as well. How fun the dolls must be for the kids and I'm sure that ghastlie gang is helpful to you when you are sewing...telling you what to do while they hold your pins. Fun inspiring projects!
    Annie

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  84. What's not to love about EVERYTHING you made! Love the idea with the "window" quilt - this is truly a print you don't want to chop up!! Sure, I'd love to have a peek-a-boo purse! Thanks for sharing!!

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  85. You have done an excellent job on your fun projects. The pin cushions are great but the quilt is wonderful!

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  86. I wish I were a gramma so I could justify playing with dolls like yours. ;)
    I love the little bags and thank you for having such a generous prize for the Ghastlie swap!

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  87. Love the Kitchen Windows! I would love to have a Peek A Boo bag! What a fun post.

    kimrward@charter.net

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  88. Oh my goodness. Taffy in her eyes? Now who would do something like that... I love your quilt, and the bags are just adorable. Thanks for the great giveaway, and the gift certificate giveaway also.

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  89. The doll/pincushions are so cool! Thanks for sharing these fun projects of yours!

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  90. I was hoping that someone would do a stuffed doll with those lovely Ghastlies. Nice job. Love your quilt too!!!!!

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  91. Much awesomenes! That's a terrific quilt pattern for the fabric, and I adore the stand-up peeps! Fun! I'd love to be included in the drawing for the peek-a-boo bag :)

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  92. Yes please include me in your little bag give. I adore your Ghastlie little family of playful people and your portrait quilt. Amazing how every single participant in this Ghastlie Super Party has created something unique and wonderful. Thank you...

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  93. loving those little dollies!
    I'd love winning anything from this fabric - the little bag is 'Ghastlie good'!!!

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  94. Yes, I would love to win a Peek a Boo bag, they are so cute! I really like your dolls, I think I may make a Prudence doll for myself.
    And your quilt is gorgeous! I love the window panes you have created with the black fabric.
    Great work, thanks for sharing!

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  95. Oh yes!!! Include me in the drawing for the bag also! Really loved this post!

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  96. Your quilt is wonderful as are the dolls/pin cushions. I would love to win a Peek a Boo bag.

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  97. Lovely projects!!! Would love to win a bag and that gift certificate to buy Ghastlies! Thank you so much for the offer and sharing today!

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  98. Great projects.Love your bags!!Thanks for shanring!1

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  99. I have a bag feddish....and soo...there you have my confession.

    Love your quilt, just ghastlie and those ghastlie dolls.....

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  100. What lovely projects! I would love to win the gift cert or bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  101. love your quilt and the bag. lindagerig@sbcglobal.net

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  102. Love the dolls/pincushions. The quilt is amazing. Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Blogger wont let me comment, so have to do it this way.
    Bonnie in Iowa
    browne426@hotmail.com

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  103. I love your small purses and even more the quilt. And the ghastlie dolls are to die for. I will of course love to win one of the grand prizes. I´m waiting for my Ghastlie fabric to arrive to Sweden. I´m sure my friends have never seen this fabric and I love it, as it gives so many possibilities to play with it.

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  104. Love the Ghastlie Peek a Boo bag! Definitely going to have to go on my to do list.

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  105. Cute fun dolls! My DD would love playing with them - setting up vignettes for Halloween. And I'd love to win a see-though bag - thanks!

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  106. Every single item is ADORABLE! The Kitchen Window quilt is so unique, and the dolls are the cutest ever! Thank you for participating! Yes, I would love a see through bag or even the pattern! Thanks, again. rossetta.hanna@gmail.com

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  107. Using the Kitchen Window pattern for the Ghastlies is brilliant! Love it! I may try it. I'm already on my second quilt with that pattern. Ghastlie pincushions are a great idea, too. Thanks for the great post!

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  108. you have to get up early not to be 100 or so down the line, oh well better late than never. Love your quilt, I posted day 5 and your windows would be perfect for my quilt, and yes I would love a bag. I have not sewn a zipper in 20 years they scare me

    thanks for the insperation

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  109. Beautiful quilt and your little dolls are so neat! What a great idea!

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  110. I'd love to win a Peek a Boo Bag. The Ghastlies are cracking me up!

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  111. I'd LOVE the peek-a-boo bag. I LOVE the quilt with the orange interspersed in with the b/w. I LOVE the taffy pins. How cute are they? and the pincushions. Wow. What a FUN place this is!!! thanks
    ~a

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  112. hee hee... oh, my Ghastlie sistah, I love your projects! The Ghastlie playset has me grinning from ear to ear. LOL They're great! Also in love with your quilt and the bags. Just fabulous... um... I mean GHASTLIE!

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  113. I love the quilt and the bags. They are truly Ghastlie. Thank you for sharing

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  114. Clever little dolls! Love the quilt too! And the bag would find a welcome home here!

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  115. such ghastlie little dolls ... your ghastlie projects are shoulishly ghreat. would love to win your ghlamorous peek-a-boo bag!

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  116. Your projects are so cool! Great ideas and very creative - love those dolls too!

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  117. Count me in! I love the voodo...errr, pincushions! I also loved the orange-backed fabric. So fun!!! :)

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  118. More great Ghastlie projects , love the quilt! I'd love to have my name in for the bag and thanks for the chance.

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  119. Would love to win a peek a book bag. I love all your projects. Such fun ideas.

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  120. I love how you made them into dolls, what a fun idea and doing windows for the designs was a brilliant idea to show them off.

    Debbie

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  121. You make this sistah proud Miss Corrie....luv the window quilt and the peekaboo bags....hand the scary ghastlie dolls....how increditable creative you are....Great job!! Thank you for sharing your creations and gifting such a generous prize....have a wonderful day!!:o)

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  122. That fabric and bags are wonderful! Great job.

    plasticfashionshop@yahoo.com

    xoxo

    Laura

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  123. I am surprised everyday by all of the creativity with this fabric. I love how you did your quilt. Would love a chance to win your peek a book bag.
    lsandes@comcast.net

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  124. I'd love to win so I can be prepared for next year's Haloween! I'd also love a peek-a-boo bag. Thanks for a chance to win, Pollyprimrose@gmail.com

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  125. your quilt is glorious! And you mean scary dolls are my favorite of all the projects on the blog hop! LOVE them!!!!

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  126. Hey there, you did a wonderful job on the peek-a-boo purses. Very cute! I'd have to say my favorite was the Kitchen Window Quilt. :) Very nice! I like how you also added in some pumpkins, I don't remember seeing those so it added a different touch. :)

    Please enter me in both giveaways, much appreciated!

    Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  127. I love your collection it's right up my alley! I was thinking of ways I could convince my daughter to be the hammer girl next year for Halloween. Her comment was "then I have to carry a hammer around all night" the dolls might be the way into her heart. I think I have enough fussy cuts left to make a few but I can't remember if I have a hammer girl. I am rambling sorry. Thank you for joining in the fun and I would love to win your bags!

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  128. Hi! I love your quilts! They are so fantastic! Congratulations! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world! :)

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  129. First, the quilt is stellar and I do love the the little bags and would love a chance to win one but the scary dolls are over the top and off the charts. I now need to go make a few and I thought I wouldn't be looking at that fabric bin again until next year, Right.
    Ms Selina Ghastlie

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  130. Fab! I have to say, though, that as much fun as the Ghastlies are, and how great that quilt is, your pins are my favorite thing in the post. :)

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  131. I love the stuffed Ghastlies! What a great idea. I've had your peek-a-boo bag pattern in my favs folder since you posted it to the shop. Great Ghastlie creations!

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  132. Oh, these projects are great, Ms. Corrie! Love the window-pane quilt, and those little bags are perfect, but you got me with the little dolls/pincushions - how fun! By the way, those little quilt taffy pins are stinkin' cute, too! Do you have little gremlins around your house?? Haha, made me giggle.

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  133. Everything you made is so Ghastley cute. I want some of this fabric but can't find it up in Canada at least around Stratford.
    Thanks so much for showing us your projects, you ladies have been so creative. I would love to win one of your bags. Sandra

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  134. Awesome projects! I love the play set...too cute! I'd love to win your bag!

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  135. I would be thrilled to win a peek a boo bag! I have some Ghastlie material and I treasure it so much I haven't cut into it yet. I need the perfect project. I do love the scary dolls so much I will need to make some. I have just the grandkids who would love to play with them too. This blog made my day!

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  136. I think you had a great time making all these ghastly goodies....grin.

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  137. I would SO love to win one of your sweet bags and I have HIGH hope for winning some fabric! I wish I had gotten some from the beginning and taken part! What fun you've all had! I love this little play set! I would make one of those first! Thanks! ♥

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  138. Genious ideas...window quilt, peekaboo purse and the Ghastlie dolls are awesome! The little Prudence zipper pull is icing on the cake. And those taffy pins! I must find some of those...

    And yes, I would love to win a peekaboo bag!

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  139. LOVE the dolls. What a wonderful idea. Makes ME want to play with them!

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  140. Love the window quilt. Appreciate all your ideas and I would love a Peek a boo bag. Going to look for the pattern now. Thank you for your tutorials: the coin quilt and the baby quilts.

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  141. The quilt is awesome and the dolls/pincushion are such adorable/ghastlie fun! Would love a chance to win too!
    Thank for sharing!

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  142. WOW!!! Love your kitchen windows quilt!!! Great doll pincushions...my kids would never leave them in my sewing room, that's for sure...and i know they would stick the pins in their eyes (they are boys!!!) I've made the peek-a-boo bag with robot fabric, but love the ghastlies ones you made...a gift certificate would be wonderful also!!!
    dmifflin@netrover.com

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  143. What a lovely Ghastlie family! Your projects are great - thanks for sharing!

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  144. Love your quilt!! How fun, those dolls are so cute. I would play with them. What great Halloween decorations. I would love one of those zipper bags.

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  145. Thanks for the ideas. I love this fabric and the quilt setting. Thank you for sharing them. I would love to win fabric and the peekaboo bag too, of course.
    I also like the game pieces/ pin cushion idea, how ghastly.
    Marilyn

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  146. OMG (that's Oh My Ghastlies!!!)...I love, love, love those doll/pin cushions!!! Thank you for sharing your fun creations and I'd be thrilled to own one of your cute little bags!
    ~Terry~

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  147. Those dolls are amazing! What a fantastic idea, I am sure they will be enjoyed by all! Your quilt turned out great as well - I never thought of using that pattern (even though I love it).

    Thanks for sharing!

    I would love to win a bag!

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  148. Cute Stuff!!! I heart the bags and your quilt is awesome. It could be friends with the one LeAnn made at retreat. :)

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  149. wow what wonderful projects you made! You are so darn creative!!!

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  150. I love your ghastlie ideas. And I would to win a peekaboo bag.

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  151. Just when I think I've seen every Ghastlie thing out there you come up with a playset! I love it! Please enter me in your drawing too.

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  152. Oh how fun! I love the little bag and would very much like to be in the drawing please! The playset/pincushion set is so cute! What a wonderful idea! And your quilt is just perfect. :-) Have a happy day!

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  153. Love your playthings. Kiddos would have lots of fun with them, that's for sure! Would love one of your little bags. Thabks for the chance and have a great day

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  154. I love those dolls. I would love to have some of those for my grandkids to play with. Love the thought of those memories for them. I would like to be entered into the drawing for the cute bag.

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  155. OOOOOOHHHH! A PEEK-A-BOO BAG FOR ME! and I adore your playset... must make one!

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  156. I'd love to win the bag. Love the dolls/pin cushions and the quilt too.

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  157. The Peek-a-boo bag is great and I, too, love that you can see into it without opening. I'd like to be included in your giveaway. Now...on to your quilt...The way you showcased the print into "windows" was just ghastlie and cool! Your quilt just pops. Ha! Scary dolls - a hoot! Your taffy pins are sweet.

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  158. I loved the projects and the bag is positively my " Ghastlie" favourite. Thanks for sharing

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  159. Oh Corrie darlin you are awesome!! You know I LOVE ghastlies and love the idea of Ghastlie dolls to go with my quilt. It's a must do for me. You crack me up!

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  160. I am enjoying the Ghastlies hop. So many wonderful creations. Love your dolls/pincushions:) ...and, of course, one can never have too many bags:)

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  161. OMG...your quilt is so awesome! I really like that design. Great dolls/pincushions as well. I'm loving your bags and I'd love to be included in the drawing for one please. Thank you for sponsoring one of the gifts in today's giveaway. Thanks for a chance to win.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  162. can ghastlie be lovely?? Well they are...and I'd love one of your peek a boo bags.
    Thanks for the giveaway and inspiration

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  163. Corrie!!! YIKES!!! I love evrything! Love the window quilt. What a great way to showcase large prints. I especially love your "dolls" my grandson, yes, would love them!! OK how cute are your taffy pins! Thanks for sharing and for such a wonderful prize for the hop!

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  164. These look great!! I think that I should get bonus points because I bought my Ghastlies fabric from you last year and it's my birthday today!!

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  165. I would never have thought of making these ghastlie pin cushions,what a ghastlie idea LOL :) Barb.

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  166. Love how you used the Ghastlie print in your quilt! I'd love to win a gift certificate to your shop and the bag of course:) Have a Ghastlie day!

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  167. Great projects and I really love this pins! So cute!Would love to win, also the bag!

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  168. I just adore the playset. I don't have any grands yet, so I'll just have to play with it myself til they come along. I love the quilt, too!

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  169. I love your Ghastlies, and would love to win the bag. I love the playset - how adorable!

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  170. The Kitchen window looks like a fun quilt to make and those Ghastlie dolls would make my grandkids very happy. I'd love to win the bag!

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  171. I'd love to win a gift certificate and/or one of your cute bags. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  172. Who said adults don't like dolls? hehe. Great that they double as pincushions as well. I love your quilt. Great colors I love your bags as well. Please include me in your giveaway.

    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win. Thanks for sponsoring one of the gifts today.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  173. If I won, i would be buying some Ghastlies for sure! Would love one of those bags, too. Thanks for the opportunity, Terri in Bc

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  174. Those GHASTLIE DOLLLS are adorable....and the window quilt is wonderful.

    Thanks for the giveaway - I hope I win the bag!

    Shirley Albertson Owens (sao)
    drsaowens@gmail.com
    www.shirleyannesheart.com

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  175. I love all of your creations so much. I really loved your quilt and the Ghastly dolls are too cute. My little girl would have a ball with them!! I would love to win your giveaway for the bag too.

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  176. I'd love to win-- pick me! Thanks for the chance

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  177. I have enjoyed this blog hop more than any I've ever been in! These Ghastlies are all just so adorable and to see all the creativity that has come from this fabric has blown me away. I just LOVE your quilt and your bags and the stuffed toys....love it ALL!! I have to enter your giveaway. Those bags totally want to come live with me! :)

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  178. WHOOO wudda thought Ghastlie dolls for Ghrandkids?
    Thanks for the idea!
    Thanks for the opportunity for the bag!

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  179. What a great giveaway! I love the bag too! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  180. Ghastlie cuteness!!!! Keeping my fingers crossed
    oshnpashn at gmail dot com

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  181. OMG, I love those dolls. I made a pincushion and I'm so careful about where the pins go, funny.

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  182. This post is hilarious! I adore those ghastly dolls - how fun and innovative!

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  183. I know better than to touch your stuff, it wasn't me....Lizzie

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  184. Love the quilt. want the bag. love your giveaways pick me

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  185. Just leave a comment? How can you think that? Who could just leave a comment? All of your creations are so wonderful. Love the pincushions. And since I'm a bag lady, I'd love to win your bag giveaway. Love your quilt - this has been so much fun!

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  186. I love the stuffed play things. That's a neat idea!

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  187. I'd love a Peek-a-Boo bag :) A pin in the eye? Oh dear, it was probably one of those ghastlie children lol

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  188. Wow! Love your kitchen window quilt! Fabulous! and the peek a boo bags, just gorgeous! but the best, oh those little pinnies :) fantastic!

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  189. I love those scary dolls and a Peek-a-Boo bag would be just delightful.

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  190. Really cute projects. I'd love to win a peek-a-boo bag. Thanks for the chance.

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  191. The kitchen window quilt looks great, but my heart belongs to the pincushion dolls - such fun!! I want to make a set for my daughter right now! Too bad I don't have any ghastlies fabric, so fingers crossed for your lovely giveaway! I'd also love a chance of winning one of your cute peek a boo bags, thank you :)

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  192. Cute projects, you are quite creative. Thanks.

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  193. I love all of you Ghastlie projects-especially the pincushion with the adorable taffy pins. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

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  194. I love, love, love that window quilt. How creative. Thanks!

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  195. I love your bags and quilt as well as your little pincushions/characters. Well done! Of course I would love to win a certificate from your shop or one of your lovely bag. Need to check out the link further. Thanks for sharing!

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  196. I'd love some fabric goodness and I'd love one of your bags too. I can hope can't I?

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  197. I love the windows quilt, simply ghastly! Thank you for sponsoring one of the giveaways. I would love to be entered.

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  198. Nightmares for your grandkids. Funny! I played with my grandparents old dentures, so, I guess it's along the same lines. Love those cute taffy pins.

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  199. Those dolls are adorable and I love your kitchen windows quilt. Just so ghastlie; )

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