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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Gothic ,Sinister and Bewitching






Tessa Farmer
fantasia with evidence of something much more gothic, sinister, and bewitching.
Read more here
http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/artists/tessa_farmer.htm

Quote by~Anthony J. D'Angelo
Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.
Facts
Kellogg Company began with the discovery of toasted flakes by Will Keith (W.K.) Kellogg which later were developed into Kellogg’s Corn Flakes®. Today, the company has grown “beyond breakfast” into a diverse food company.
Kellogg began worldwide expansion in 1914 beginning in Canada. By 1938, the company had plants in England and Australia and later in the 1950s, expanded its operations building plants in Latin America and Asia.
Kellogg has continued to expand its operations by acquiring the veggie food company Worthington Foods in 1999, the natural food company Kashi Company in 2000, snack manufacturer Keebler Foods Company in 2001, all natural granola manufacturer Bear Naked in 2007, Russian biscuit and cereal manufacturer United Bakers Group in January 2008 and Chinese cracker and cookie manufacturer Navigable Foods in June 2008.
http://kelloggs.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=fact_sheet

Free sample
sample of Folgers Coffee.
http://www.startsampling.com/sm/walmart/captureAddress.iphtml?item=100501&source=

Recipe non bake
Chipit Crunchies
(I call them Chinese Noodle Cookies)1 cup chocolate chips1 cup butterscotch chipsMelt them.Stir in:1 cup peanuts1 cup chow mein noodles (I remembered them coming in a can, but I bought them in bags- they are the hard yellowish-beige noodles, not ramen noodles)Drop by tsp onto wax paper and stick it in the fridge until they are hard.

Tip

Make use of orphaned socks taking up space in your drawer by slipping them over fragile holiday ornaments to keep the decorations intact until next year.

Crafts and tutorials

Craft sue
http://craftysusie.blogspot.com/
She has free halloween vineage tags,Halloween candy tents
recipes


Hanger Clothespin Tent tutorial
http://craftchi.com/blog/?p=877


Have Great Day!

2 comments:

Crafty Sue said...

Hi Ginger,
Thanks for including my blog link among the others in your last post.
It's very nice of you.
Hugs,
Sue.

peata said...

oh those are strange aren't they. so clever yet they're kinda freaky.