Thursday, October 30, 2008

Saucy's Zombie Jar Swap

I had never made a Zombie Jar before but decided to try my hand at it anyway and joined Saucy's Zombie Jar Swap. My partner was Mickey.

Here's the jar the Mickey and her kids made for me. It's a Medussa type lady with snakes in the jar and a frog on the top of the jar. It is really cool looking, my camera just isn't very good at taking pictures.
Then here's the sweet card she sent, some skeletons, the candy isn't in the picture because, you know, the kids already had gotten into it. Anyway, she sent some Hershey's Kisses Candy Corns that the kids loved and some other candy too.
Mickey had this "Caution" tape on the top of the package. What a cute touch!
Thank you Sasha and Mickey for a great and fun swap!!

Here's what I sent to Mickey.
The Zombie Jar
a bag of goodies for her and the kids, some homemade potpourri in a Apple/Orange Scent and some ribbon, fibers and buttons I hope she enjoys everything!!!


Lisa West said...

These are great. Lisa

Lisa West said...

I'm noticing grandbaby 7 has only 7 days to go. You must be excited!!!Lisa

Beth said...

we love Medusa in my house! My three year old talks about her all the time. Great jars. Beth

The Secret Gardener said...

What a ghoulish swap!

Kids Napping? I'm Scrapping! said...

Hi Sherri,
Where have you been, my friend? I've missed you on my blog. I love your recent spooky posts. ;) I like all of the costumes for the party, too. How fun.

Ian said...

Halloween delightful

My DIL made this up using the pictures of my 5 oldest boys. So funny!

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