Sep 11, 2013

Feeling Fall: Have we swapped yet? *candycornsarenasty*

Good eve, good day or goodnight!  < depending where you are ;)

Hello folks! How are you this September day?

The leaves are again starting to fall, my little one is back to school a lot of my ongoing projects are..always on going..

I went through my bins O plenty and with my projects I have LOTS of supplies and extras. I thought I would just throw a few together and I think they turned out pretty nice.

So lets swap shall we?
 
...to be fair, if we have not swapped already or I have not sent you gifts, and you are interested in this round: 
 
>Since shipping prices are F'in ridiculous!!! Let do three for three (3 for 3)< 
 
Cornucopia: ...yes those are acorns ;)
 
A candle centerpiece: Gold leaves and gems
 
Pumpkin Display: This is a small version of something I do in October on my porch.
 
I can do two this turn, so lets see who is interested Email, Google+ or comment to let me know and we will pick outta the hat ;) 
 
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Ohhh did I ever tell you I hate candy corn?..well I do.. I should just throw these..somewhere
*wink*
 

27 comments:

  1. Aw, I want to participate, but we've swapped before. =throws mini tantrum= :\ Have you ever seen that Lewis Black skit on candy corn? heelarious!

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    1. OMG that was funny, It is the most useless of candy creations, NOONE ever eats it do they?

      Yet.. I will buy some this year.. and place it in the candy corn bowl..for the elves to come and wash ;)

      loved IT!

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  2. These creations are very original.
    Hug, Faby

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    1. Thanks Faby ;) They do put me in the spirit!

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  3. Wonderful creations! Kiss!

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  4. mi piacciono gli oggetti che hai realizzato per Halloween, soprattutto la composizione con il cappello di paglia!
    Un caro saluto, Manu

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    1. Questi sono solo per l'autunno, jut aspetta di vedere le cose di Halloween! :)

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  5. I think candy corn should be honored and immortalized as the candy not eaten much but then make the hellz out of it every year!! Long live Candy corn!! I bet the pumpkin eats them. ;-p Your swap looks great!! Everything looks great! Ohh white pumpkins with little flower impressions!! Miss Jane I think its beginning to look like fall!

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    1. I personally would wear candy corn apon my skin if I could ;) but I certainly do not want to eat it.. it leads me to raunchy ideas..well maybe.. we will see how long I am on the ship *cackle* hugzzz

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  6. Candles Cornucopias & Pumpkins, oh my! Beautiful creations. Thanks for getting us in the fall spirit.

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    1. Thanks hon, its a wonderful time to create isn't it?

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  7. Todo es muy hermoso, para darle la bienvenida al otoño!! Saludos!!

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    1. gracias Betriiz, esta temporada es mi favorito!

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  8. Jane these fall creations are wonderful. I would so love to have them in my collection and swap with you but I wouldn't know where to start with making a fall item and I'm not sure I have much free time to be creative at the moment. I hope you get some wonderful swap creations in return.

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    1. Thanks hon, just remember in your busy times, to slow down and take a "little" time for yourself ;)

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  9. I love the white pumpkins with the gold accents Jane, they're fantastic!

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    1. Well madam, I am honored to have such a amazing artist like your self say!

      Gush ;P

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  10. Замечательные мини! Вы прекрасный художник!
    Объятья
    Татьяна

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    1. Спасибо Татьяна, это очень мило с вашей стороны сказать;)

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  11. I wonder if candy corn exist in Sweden, I have never seen it =) But from what I know, yours look just like real ones =) And your swap pieces are wonderful!
    Hannah

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    1. Ohh I am sure it does, just google your local shops for "bad tasting candy" I am sure it will pop right up ;P *LOL*

      hugs

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  12. Your fall items are wonderful. You are so creative. Btw I haven't forgotten you I just got delayed a bit but keep your eyes on the post ;)
    Hugs Maria

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    1. Aww thanks hon, I told you no worries, and certainly no rush.. spring fling takes al my time ;)

      hugs!

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  13. Hi Jane! Why is everyone DOWN on Candy Corn!!??? I personally really like it! It is full of sugar and preservatives and toxic colorant, what's not to love?????? I grew up poor and my mom used to buy it for Halloween because it was cheap and sweet and so I really do like it for nostalgic reasons as well as for the ones afore mentioned. Mind you, candy back in the Land Before Time, actually tasted different then, so maybe your bad feelings about it is because you have never tasted the original recipe. Just as Kentucky Fried Chicken actually tasted like fried chicken when I was growing up, as WAS finger licken' good; but now it tastes like deep, greasy, fried something or other, maybe chicken,..... but then again.... maybe not

    elizabeth

    p.s. Jane your fall decorations are really lovely and your talents continue to impress, Especially the candy corn! :D

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    1. You my lady have me rolling!

      I still buy "agent orange:..er Candy Corn every year, its not that I dislike its taste, I just find other uses for it, like.. letting it rot in the bowl for 2 months and then thinking why do I buy this?

      My husband actually eats it, so I am thinking its not so bad..I just choose to poison myself with a bottle of wine once in a while. *cackle*

      Thank you for the fantastic laughs, as always ;)

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  14. Hi Jane, Your post and these comments are sooooo fun. I ADORE your mini candy corn. I can't eat the real stuff now, due to allergies, but I loved them as a kid. Candy corn just says Halloween to me. Just found a miniature orange plastic trick-or-treating jack-o-lantern for holding candy for 75 cents at the Portland Miniature Show. I'm in love! :-) I also think of caramel apples when I think of Halloween--I love the contrast of green apple with caramel sauce--so pretty! You've really gotten me in the spirit now, haven't you, Jane?! :-D xo Jennifer

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