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Monday, October 15, 2012

This is Halloween!

It's been awhile since I've entered a swap and I was starting to get the shakes. That's when Chaotic Goddess Swaps announced their Halloween swap. Oh, yeah…that was perfect!


This time around, we were supposed to keep our partners secret. So there was no chatting about Halloween and our favorite parts about the holiday. No worries. I can handle this. And it was kinda cool not knowing…and then seeing the return address on my package.
Surprise! My partner was Beth from Living a Goddess Life!


And here's my loot:
Martha Stewart's Halloween Handbook
Anthology The Other Side - scary stories!
Window paint in Black and Orange - the kids are already begging to use this one.
Devil decal
Halloween socks - sweet!
Witch Finger candy
Skull bead earrings - these are very cool
Vampire and owl dip spreaders - possibly my favorite things from this package!
Creepy pez dispenser
Glow-in-the-dark bracelet
Glow-in-the-dark nailpolish

So the little spreaders were my favorite but checkout this little beauty:


Have you ever seen a creepier Pez dispenser?
Aren't they supposed to be cute and collectible and stuff? I feel like if I ask it for candy it would bite my face.
And I sent a package to Aubrey at High-Heeled Love.

What is your favorite thing about Halloween?

4 comments:

Miss Angie said...

Beth is sooooo good. She sent so much awesome stuff, I LOVE it! Glad you got to participate... Keep an eye out for a christmas swap soon too! :)

jen @ grown in southern ground said...

cute loot! :) i sent beth her package.

Beth W said...

Heeheee....I'm glad you liked those! I just had to get those spreaders, they're so unique and adorable. I hope your kiddos enjoy the window paint....and Happy Halloween! :)

Aubrey S. said...

I think the spreaders are adorable as well. You got quite a package there. Happy Swapoween.

Also, thanks so much for my fun package. I really, really enjoyed it. I can't wait to wear my new necklace.

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