Samhain treasures


There's nothing like surprise Halloween mail to perk one's day up, let me tell you! I thought today would just plot along like any Monday, but the mail gods had other plans. All the way from Canada a good sized package waited for me. I open it carefully as instructed and Halloween came early. I was squeaking and bouncing like one of Anubis toys as I unwrapped treasure after treasure. The biggest I saved for last, though. I held my breath as I pull back the paper on the most perfect little wine loving crow painting an original by Stacy Magic Love Crow. I am ecstatic. I love Stacy's work. Her crows convey so much emotion and energy. Thank you so much, Stacy. Your package got me back into gear for the fall season. I'd gotten a bit melancholy, not getting much done creatively, but this gave me a shot in the arm. I got my own gift in the mail for the person I was assigned for the fall/craft gift swap hosted by the lovely Katerina of miss Misanthropia. This has been so much fun. Here's a little sneak peek at what I sent out for my recipient. Here's to hoping they like cats and wine. Thank you Katerina for hosting this party I've had a blast.




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  1. Always fun to get a surprise in the mail! Stacey's the best, isn't she!

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  2. Yeh!!!!! The package came! Happy Dance! Happy Dance! I was so excited when I got your name Sarah!!! I am so happy you loved everything! I know you will cherish it all! Fredrick wanted to come to you, so I couldn't argue with him! Love you my friend! Big Hugs!

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  3. I love the cat!!! Kat will love what you are sending!!!

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  4. Oh I'm so glad you got your gift and that you are enjoying the swap! And like Stacy said, i'm sure your recipient will love yours too.

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  5. Stunning and warming! And I totally understand the excitement. There is something magical about mailed presents that make us smile all the way to our belly... especially Halloween presents. :)

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