great photos, and I love that poster. Hugs Sara
Hi linda,Cool display,So I'm guessing this is the treasure you discovered on your Sunday drive or is it your own doing? Luv It!Just got a moment to let you know your name was drawn by Karson for one of the prizes for Vanessa's HALLOWEEN Ball. You won an Aceo original print of "Goin Up To The Spirit In The Sky ".Please let me know where you would like me to send it.Will be mailing the three prizes out at the tail end of the week. I also have another prize draw for this coming Sunday ~ HALLOWEEN October 31st / 2010 for a tiny seashell soldered bottle.Annabelle.•*¨**.•**^..^•*¨**.•*¨*•*¨**.•* http://thewoodbeyondtheworld.blogspot.com/Oh, my email is email@example.com
what a awesome display! can you imagine the amount of time it took to create that!
That is great! I love it when people go all out like that.
Oh Linda!! These are amazing! Wow! Those people really went all out. I LOVE the one with the gypsy wagon behind the headless horseman. And the tea party! I love the classic authors theme. Did these people make all those props? Oh my son would drool over them. Thank you so much for sharing. I hope you won't mind if I add a link to this in my very late Spooky Monday post! Where do they store all that stuff I wonder....Anna
OH my I popped over from Anna's... and I so glad I did I love everything, thanks for sharingHugs wendy at http://blissangels.blogspot.com
Hi Linda. I just wanted to say thank you for your kind comment on my blog during the Practical Magic Blog Party even though I was in the process of moving. What a creative display. Happy Halloween to you too.Cheers!
Wow, wish we had some creative folk around my parts of the country, like that. So glad to have you to share it with us! ThanksDebbie:)
That is SUCH a cool display! THanks for sharing!
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