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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

My Fall Swap Package arrives!

Back in August, I joined a Prim Swap sponsored by Jenn at Bittersweet Prims and yesterday my package arrived from Donna at Back In Tyme Primitives.  This is the first swap I have joined and I was so excited to get the package from Donna!  The minute I undid the tape, a wonderful smell of cinnamon surrounded me.  When I lifted the lid I was greeted by an spooky skeleton and a couple of skulls.  What a fun way to start off.  By now I am like a kid at Christmas, and I am excited to see what else was in this huge box...so I removed the yellow tissue paper to reveal more items wrapped in yellow tissue paper and tied with twine.  In addition, there was something fairly big wrapped in plastic.  Donna enclosed a nice note and explained that I should open the large item first....to my extreme delight...it was a Prim Crow - I LOVE IT DONNA!  As if that wasn't enough, Donna also included in my package a prim witch shelf sitter, grungy can with prim label, a jar full of tiny pumpkins and a little jack o'lantern with prim tea light inside.  Donna - I love everything you enclosed and thank you so much for making my first experience with a swap a great one.  Be sure to check out Donna site.  Below are a few pictures of the wonderful goodies!

6 comments:

  1. Wow! What a bunch of cool pretties! Love the santa crow. You're one lucky gal.

    D

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  2. WOW Wendy, youre on the ball girlie!!
    Lots of great goodies here, awesome job Donna! That crow is awesome!!

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  3. you got some wonderful items..just in time to decorate.;) I did this swap too..can't wait to see what I received..;)

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  4. Hi, looks like you got some great goodies. I am in four swaps, can't wait to get my first one. enjoy your swappies. Cyndy

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