Thursday, October 27, 2011

My Turn on the Ghastlie Blog Hop

This may be a little long but its chock full of Ghastlie fun.  Madame Samm said to take lots of pictures and I follow instruction.

It all started with a Tea Cup Cozzie by Madame Samm.  That’s all it took to get me hooked on Ghastlies. A trip to my local quilt shop yielded these 2 pieces.


 
I was on my way. Of course I then ordered a different colorway on line. And then I discovered that there was not only a Ghastlie but a Ghastlie Nights too. So I ordered more fabric on line.

I got like a kid with a book of stickers.  I wanted to put a sticker (read Ghastlie) on everything I came across.  

The first piece I made was a purse for myself using the tutorial for the Bento Box   http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08/tutorial-lunch-bag.html    I made mine a bit taller.  



My niece’s birthday is in October and she is a Halloween girl after my own heart and I knew she would would want one too.



After being forced to admire my creations MJ came to the conclusion that his boss would really love one of them, so now there are 3.



Well my girl friend’s birthday is also in October and since she has had to listen to every Ghastlie detail of this Ghastlie adventure I felt it was only right to give her a Ghastlie gift. Her main gift was a book on knitting so I attempted to make a bookmark.



No imagination on my part so it was a bit lame. I needed to put the book into something so I came up with this great fully lined gift bag with a draw string top and the Ghastlie Knitting Bee on the front that can be used to tote around knitting projects.



Well then I needed  a birthday card and gift tag. 






Ok so I was on a roll after her card and tag.  It’s amazing the things you can do with the little pieces. You don’t want to lose any of those Ghastlie faces. 






One of the pieces was a good size and the drawings were right there to the selvedge.  I bought a new car this summer and it really needed a trash bag at least a few steps up from the recycled food store bag.  This is my first experiment with iron on vinyl.  I used it on the inside surfaces.  Kinda fun to work with.



OK so I am a quilter after all and I do make quilts. So once I got my other Ghastlie fabric in the mail I set out to make a small quilt, 40 something by 50 something I think.   I just love it.  I think it’s the pink, a color I generally have nothing to do with.  It just sets off the Ghastlies perfectly.




Now back to the small stuff.  As I mentioned durning the past month almost everything I saw I thought about making using this Ghastlie  line.  One of my favorites is the Dumpling.  I found the free tutorial at    http://keyka.typepad.com/my_weblog/tutorials/      It is a super easy pattern to follow.  And as with almost everything I do I played with the size on the copier.  I needed to make it a bit bigger to showcase the ladies to their best advantage.



Of course 1 of these and a card got sent to MJ’s mom for her birthday. As you can see Tink had to help out with the photo, such a newsy girl.



I realized that some of my favorite little things belong in my purse and I hadn’t made anything to go in my Ghastlie purse.  I remedied that in record time with a new eye glass case, pouch (dumpling) and tissue holder.



Hang in there I’m almost done.

 Last weekend we ( my sister and I ) went to NE PA to visit some friends and a stop in a great quilt shop The Endless Mountains in Tunkhannock. While I was there Sissie prodded me into picking up a pattern by Paula Hughes called the Potato Chip Bag, you can’t make just one. Sissie mentioned that I still had time to make a couple of them out of Ghastlie fabric before my posting.

 I needed help in coming up with more projects like I need a hole in my head. Great pattern and easy.  It took me about 2 ½ hours to make each one.  I’m thinking it would take less time if you aren’t trying to figure out which Ghastlie you wanted to use for the flap.





By the way sissie put dibs on the one with the Ghastlie Castle.  And for those of you who read this far I am giving away the bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap for those of you who leave a comment letting me know what the giveaway is. Ghastlie of me don’t you think. I’ll pick a winner on Saturday morning 11/05/11 after the hop is officially over.

So it was late Sunday afternoon and I thought I was done with the Ghastlies, the flu was just about over and again that peskie little sister calls with yet another brainstorm.  How about a sweatshirt with a pouch like on a hoodie. Her daughter (the owner of the Ghastlie purse) chimes in that if I make it for her (HINT), could I add something Ghastlie to the sleeve.   It isn't just decorative, I lined it with fusible fleece for some warmth.




Totally exhausted fighting this flu. The biggest problem I see in my full recovery is that all of my Ghastlie sisters are throwing out terrific idea after terrific idea and I won’t be getting any rest any time soon.

Please keep following all my Ghastlie Sisters on this wonderfully Ghastlie Hop.

Thanks Madame Samm it's been a down right Ghastlie experience.

Ms Selina Ghastlie  

186 comments:

  1. Wow! You sure did come up with a few gift ideas! Actually, lots of them! I think my two favorite would be the quilt, and the bags/purse and okay maybe one more favorite and the crocheting tote bag as well. :)

    Thanks for the share and hopefully now your flu will go on it's way. ;)

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  2. Oh you dear sick ghastly person! Each project is more precious (ghastly) that the previous. I just have a thing for Sabastian, but when working with the fabric, it became about Prudence. The quilt with the pink, grey bramble and family with the 'fenced' design is my favorite - if forced to pick. And your Prudence bag will fit right in with my collection. Thank you for sharing your illness.

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  3. Sissie has great taste -- she picked my favorite bag! All the bags are just too cute; I'm gonna have to try my hand at a dumpling...

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  4. I like your Sissie. I love that you are giving away one of your Ghastlie Potato Chip Bags! It is terrible that you are so Ghastlie ill with the flu but you just kept on going. Thanks

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  5. Oh my you are the queen of Ghastlies. Love the bags and hope I win. The quilt is amazing. Off to bed and have a Ghastlie dream

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  6. Love your Ghastlie quilt (and all the other great items you created!!) Would love to have the Miss Ghastlie potato chip bag...too cute!! TFS

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  7. Oh, My! Ms. Selina, you've got a bad case of the Ghastlie Fever!! Such a fun collection you've got, and you're right, it's hard to toss even a smidge of this adorable family - LOVE your solution with cards and tags! Clever little bags/dumplings, cases, pouches... I'd love to win your little miss Prudence potato chip bag of cuteness!

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  8. What grat ideas. The prize is the bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap!
    I would love to own it!

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  9. Wow! You definitely had the sickness but you must be cured by now! lol! ;) Love all the projects! My favorite is the potato chip bag with little Miss Ghastlie & her hammer on the flap. I couldn't believe it when you said you're giving it away! I WANT IT!!!!! Have a Ghastlie Day! :)

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  10. I have to say I'd love the Potato Chip Bag with the girl and her hammer! Hope you get soem rest to get over your BUG before the be-witching day. Add my name to you drawing. Thanks! I like the sweatshirt idea with the front pouch. A good call sister!

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  11. I love the bags and gift tags and...I love all the projects!) Thank you for sharing - would love to enter to your giveaway!

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  12. All of your bags are simply tops with me. I love making purses, too. You have so many neat ideas and now my head is swimming with more Ghastlie ideas. Love the cards and how you've used up even tiny bits of the fabric. WONDERFUL ideas!

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  13. Wow how awesome loveeeeeee everything.I hope I win!

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  14. OHHHHH Mrs Selina Ghastlie...( first please add your sistah links for everyone to hop to next)
    and now to talk about your case of the Ghastlie FLU...oh sweetie..I don't think you will be well for sometime. I thought for a moment there may be a cure...but it seems to be you have just been bit a little more than some of us...OH MY heavens...which do I LOVE MORE....LOVE THEM ALL....every stitch...ohhh did I feel an itch...could I be coming down with it too...oh no what are we to do....Sistah....PROUDLY say I AM PROUD...

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  15. Wow, you've made some great projects there. I loved them all.

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  16. Oh my ghastlie goodness! I can't believe you have so many fab projects in one post!
    Your knitting bag is just inspired! I really love every single thing that you've created here :)
    I thought you might offer a cute little dumpling but I'd jump at the chance to win your Little Miss Prudence Ghastlie potato chip bag!
    Thanks for so many great ideas :)

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  17. Wow! you have been busy! so many great projects - I want to make them all!!
    Thank you for giving away one of your potato chip bags - I love the ghastlie holding the hammer!

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  18. I'm totally amazed at the number of Ghastly project you've done. Hope I win. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  19. My goodness - so many awesome things! I think my favorite are the cards and gift tags - genius idea! Really like the dumpling pouches tho too - might have to try and fussy cut myself some tonight!

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  20. Was amazing to look at all of your fun projects....I looked for a half moon purse to do for this and couldn't find one I liked, I think I will try this one, thanks for the link!

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  21. Everything you made is so adorable. Very creative.

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  22. You are so creative. I especially adore the purses. Happy quilting.

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  23. OOOOO, I'd love to win the Little Miss Ghastlie purse. A friend of mine has made several Potato Chip bags. I guess I should get that pattern.

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  24. Your projects are all wonderful! Hope you feel better soon!

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  25. I think you have permanent Ghastlie flu! You are truly a wonderful creator and such productivity! I love your giveaway of the potato chipbag of Prudence and would be honored if I could win it!

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  26. Wow! You have put some miles on your monster sewing machine - love your bags!! Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Haha!!! You HAVE got a full-blown case of Ghastlie Fever! It's all so fantastic. LOVE the Ghastlie knitting bag - how cool can you get? :D

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  28. I read every single word - couldn't stop! I love, love, love the potato chip bag with Prudence on it so of course I want to enter that. But I'm also going to look up that dumpling pattern and go shopping for a sweatshirt. :) I never would have thought about the cards or gift tags but now I know exactly what to do with my leftover fabric. You're a genius! blessings, marlene

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  29. You were really on a GHASTLIE ROLL! Oh, you are one nice person and I love your sister's ideas too. Your knitting friend is going to be OVER THE MOON HAPPY with her gift!

    THANKS.....love love love the potato chip bag too! I really hope I win that!!!!!

    sao in Midlothian, VA
    drsaowens@gmail.com
    www.shirleyannesheart.com

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  30. Oh my gosh, you've really *really* been bitten by the Ghastlie bug, huh? Love it -- great and wonderful stuff!!! :)

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  31. What an amazing group of sewing projects. I love it all, especially the bags. Your gifts are beautiful. Your work is truly wonderful. I admire each and every creation.
    Karen

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  32. Wowser! The Ghastlies really got under your skin in a good way! Your creative use of this fabric was amazing! Thanks for the chance to win the bag, it's adorable!

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  33. Your Ghastlie flu seems to have turned into a wonderful sickness of epidemic proportions. I would love to win the Prudence bag you are giving away to some lucky ghoul. Everything is just fantastic!

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  34. I love it all and now want some of the other colorways they created - such as the green! I really like the sweatshirt pocket! Thanks for sharing.

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  35. You are AMAZING with all your incredible projects! Would love to have Miss Ghastlie bag come to my house to haunt! Count me in!

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  36. As I´m a bag lady I looove your bags and purses. And this Ghastlie fabric
    I haven´t seen it before and I don´t think the LQSs in Sweden will ever have it. I maybe must google to buy some yards from US.

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  37. I can't imagine doing all that and being sick too! Hope you're feeling better. Great projects and I would love the bag with Prudence on the front. Thanks for sharing.

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  38. so sorry to hear you have had the ghastlie flu. The cure must have been in the amazing and wonderful projects you made. The potato chip bag would be a treat to give the young girl I am teaching to sew.....thanks. Glad you are better.

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  39. Miss Prudence looks absolutely wonderful on that bag and I would love to have her residing in my mansion soon.

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  40. The bag with Prudence on it would make me happy! What a busy gal you have been. Great projects!

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  41. So much inspiration here! Thanks for sharing all your projects with us.

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  42. What great projects! I especially love the bags - especially the one with Prudence on the flap. What a great giveaway!

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  43. Would love the bag with Prudence on it, how cool is that!! Great projects, I can tell you've been busy!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  44. Wow you had it bad...the Ghastlie Flu! What great projects. And yes, I did read your Ghastlie idea and your giveaway is the Potato Chip Bag with Prudence on the flap. Thanks for all your inspiration.

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  45. I doubt that even the Ghastlie flu can keep you down for long! You've been on a Ghastlie marathon!!! I'm almost speechless!! Truly, I have looked and re-looked and am now totally obsessed with all you have created - if only I had another month so I'd have time to make me just ONE more wonderful Ghastlie thing!!! You are an inspiration!! Now get better! xo, Nan

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  46. Your projects are amazing! You have been a very sick girl! Your quilt is to die for and I love the knitting bag for your friend! I would love to win your Miss Ghastlie bag...she's one of my favorites!

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  47. I would love to have your bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap. I love your cards & tags, dumplings and sweatshirt, too. I'm sorry, but I hope you don't get over your Ghastlie flu. ;)

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  48. Are you kidding me? Will you adopt me? I want to come and just sit amongst all your wonderful goodies. And Prudence would look so lovely hanging off my shoulder while I'm there! I think my Ghastlie flu just increased sevenfold!
    Mrs. Melinda Ghastlie

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  49. OMG your Ghastlies are just wonderful I don't know which I like best good thing you did not ask that.....I would love to be entered in your bag with little miss and her hammer....what fun....you did Madame Samm proud and your fellow sistas....thanks for the fun. I will be following you and I hope we get to play together someday it would be ghastlie!

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  50. I'm definitely marking your blog in my favorites! You've made ALL of the things I love...purses and totes, oh my! Hope you feel better soon! Hugs! ♥

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  51. I think those bento bags are super. I should have made one for my halloween birthday. I hope the fabric designer is getting to see all these nifty things.

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  52. Wow you were very productive! I'm glad Sissie didn't pick the other bag.. cuz I love the one in the giveaway!! LOVE IT!

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  53. OMG!! What can I say...these projects are all CRAZY Ghastlie amazing! love them. Beautiful. I'd love to be in the giveaway and thank you so much for showing us all your great ideas! I hope you are feeling better soon!

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  54. Aren't you just a creative explosion. You must have been sew sick with the Ghastlie flu, you sewed non-stop in a fever. I would love to be your knitting friend, she is going to be thrilled with her gIft. The Bento Box would be on my wish list, you sure decked it out with accessories. Please enter me in for your Potato Chip Bag, it's sew Ghastlie. ;-> Toni Anne

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  55. Love all your bags, and to win the potato chip bag would be really awesome!

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  56. So many wonderful Ghastlie creations!!!! Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas.

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  57. Adding vinyl? OMG...I just got a case of the vapors! I have to try this too! And a potato chip bag? Really..I would love one of those!

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  58. You have just the best projects!!! So cute! Love all the great Ghastlie ideas!

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  59. I am totally in AWE!! I've never seen so much Ghastlie in one place in my whole life. You went all out and I've enjoyed each and every creation! Thank you for sharing your talents!

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  60. My gosh, how in the world did you get all this done in one year? let alone in a month or two....Great ideas and a wonderful story to go with all the beutiful goodies.

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  61. You did Good fighting the Ghastly flu. So many ideas. Please put my name in for the bag with Girlie Ghastlie on the flap.

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  62. My goodness your flu was much worse than mine. As a matter of fact I think you have the worse case I have seen so far! I absolutely adore that bag you giving away...I sure hope I win! Maybe I will whisper in Mr. Random's ear (assuming you are using him to draw the number hehehe). Thank you so much for sharing all your projects. I think the sweatshirt is the most creative I have seen.

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  63. Wowsers! You've come up with many ideas. Would be fun to win the bag with the girl holding the hammer.

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  64. What an amazing number of projects.... I think the Prudence potato chip bag is my favorite! TFS!

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  65. Your Ghastlie quilt is beautiful! Love it.

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  66. Sistah - Me thinks you have gone right into pneumonia - You Is Creative? and each project just kept getting better. The bag would be carried with pride - Everytime I see Prudence I think of "You Is Kind, You Is Smart, You Is Important" -JudyC Ghastlie

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  67. Oh how prudent of you to offer Prudence to one of us. You can make more sick than I can on a good day. Love all of your Ghastlies.

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  68. Ghastlie - but wonderful. thank you for sharing. Love all the wonderful ideas.

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  69. Wow. You made some amazing projects with that awesome Ghastlie fabrics. I LOVE Prudence the most and would be dancing around my house even with my horribly bad knees if I were the lucky winner of that Potato Chip Bag with Prudence on the flap. OHMYGOSH I WOULD LOOOOOOOOOOOVE THAT!

    Ok that's it. I can officially do nothing at all until your drawing now because my hands will be busy crossing all my fingers. Yep, I may even have to research potions to get Mr Random picker to stop on my number so I can have my own little Prudence.

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  70. So many projects! I like the sweatshirt idea. It would make a great gift, in any kind of fabric. How nice of you to share the Pru bag as a giveaway...hint, hint. M. Samm's giveaway of rulers is pretty nice too.

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  71. You have been Ghastlie busy!!! I love all of the great projects. The quilt is fabulous with the pink and those Dumpling bags are precious.

    I would love to have my name thrown in for the cute bag with the Ghastlie with the hammer flap!

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  72. Your giveaway is the potato chip bag (why is it called that?) with Miss Ghastlie and her hammer on the flap. Really cute. The sweat shirt is a cool idea, as well as all of the other projects. Love the quilt. Thanks so much.

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  73. All of your ideas are fantastic! Love all the bags!

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  74. I'm not so sure I want you to get over your Ghastlie flu. I love your projects. Your quilt is darling! Those bags are GREAT!! Would love to win the bag with the flap.

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  75. Love all the bags, too - especially the potato chip bag! And the quilt? Too cute!!

    Thanks for sharing!!

    Hugs ~~ Ms. Suz Ghastlie

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  76. Wow do you have some wonderful projects! I don't even know if I can pick a favorite! Thanks so much for sharing such neat things.

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  77. You have so many pieces to share, amazing. I would love to be entered to win your bag with Prudence on it. She is my favorite. I really like the bento bag at the top of your post. Thanks for sharing!

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  78. Oh wow, you were busy! So many great projects. I love the bags, and that quilt is to die for - it may be my favorite Ghastlies quilt!

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  79. You really were inspired! And I'm amazed you had time to do all of this - great job! It would be interesting to see what my daughter would think of Miss Prudence - I'm thinking the hammer would throw her off...

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  80. My My My - you were SEW BUSY! I am amazed! Can I latch onto your hoodie idea? It would be great fun for something to wear to work on Halloween! Hugs! Sharon B

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  81. LOL...you had me in stitches....love every little project you made....you are soooooo busy!!
    But that quilt takes the cake for me...it is beautiful...I have to now follow you....can't resist

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  82. I'm practically breathless after seeing everything you've made. My head is just spinning because of all the Ghastlie goodness you've stitched up. I have such a weakness for bags (all sizes) and think you're a doll for giving away the one with Prudence on it. Thanks for all the Ghastlie inspiration, my sistah. :o)

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  83. You were very creative while you were suffering from the Ghastlie flu....luv the gift tags.... what a wonderful way to use up scrapes. I luv bags......a 'Bag Ghastlie' I am...and I will be on the look out for the 'Potato Chip Bag' pattern by Paula Hughes. Keeping my fingers crossed that I win the Miss Prudence bag....I luv your quilt too, the pink is perfecto.... great projects and a job well done Selina!!

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  84. Selina you are the Queen of Ghastlies as someone else said. I loved all of your projects. I love your bags that is something I would love to have in that fabric. Bless you for all of your hard work to help out us who don't have much imagination.

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  85. You really have been busy making so many wonderful projects with the fabrics. I really like the green shade, gives it a nice ghastly look.

    Debbie

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  86. Wow. Great projects. Thanks for the chance.

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  87. Overload isn't the word for it!!! Hope you're feeling better!! The prize is the Potato Chip bag with Little Miss Ghastlie on the flap! Really cute - and I know how you agonize on what to put on the flaps!! What's all this "flap" about?! lol Thanks for sharing!!

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  88. Wow, have you been busy! All kinds of amazing things to choose from, and no way to decide which is my favorite. But I cannot believe you are giving away the bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap! She is priceless!
    I just can't get over all the creativity in this one blog hop!!!

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  89. Wow, you were certainly busy. All of your projects are wonderful. I would love to be the proud owner of the potato chip bag with Prudence on the flap. Thanks for the chance to win and for all the inspitation.
    Bonnie In Iowa browne426@hotmail.com

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  90. That was hilarious--one thing definitely leads to another!! Thank goodness you're so darn crafty and can come up with these things! I have just a small scrap of this lovely material so I'd love to be able to carry around a potato chip bag (and appropriately) a hammer in case someone tries to get at my chips!! thanks for the laughs and ideas!

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  91. Wow you have made me tired :-0 you really did make a lot of Ghastlie projects and they are all wonderful , love all the bags and the cards and gift tags are a wonderful quick and neat project , thanks so much for sharing !Thanks for the chance to win the little Ghastlie bag.

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  93. Ooops, forgot to mention I love your Ghastly Bag, hammer included. How downright Ghastly of me right! Thanks.

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  94. Good grief you have it bad! Fabulous ghastlie projects... love the quilt, and the dumplings and the bags... well love it all really! :)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win the bag with little Miss Ghastlie and her hammer on the flap!

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  95. Yes, yes, yes! I would love the Potato Chip Bag of Little Miss Ghastlie!
    What fun! I am now converted and will have to become a Ghastlie Sistah myself! You gals are so creative!
    Love each and EVERY one of your designs!

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  96. Just love your projects, and would love to give your Miss Prudence chip bag a new home. Thanks for sharing.

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  97. A Prudence Potatochip bag? how sweet - love all of your projects. the knitting bag is the best! thanks - your post was great!

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  98. Great ideas!
    Carol

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  99. I can't believe how many great projects you came up with! Each one more awesome than the last! Love love the potato chip bags!

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  100. Wow a ton of projects! Love alll of the bags! They look amazing!

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  101. Wow! So many wonderful projects! Great job!

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  102. So many cute things you really caught the bug!! I love all the fussy cutting the Ghastlies has to offer.

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  103. SO many great projects! I love the trash bag for the car - certainly fancier than anything I've seen before! Fantastic!

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  104. This is my all time favorite blog. Love all of your bags and quilt and cards. I am going to have to copy a couple of them. I would love to be put in the drawing for the bag with little Miss Ghastlie.

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  105. WOW, have you been busy! And they are all just darling, except maybe the bookmark. But you remedied that easily. I love the name potato chip bag and I love Prudence on the flap. What a great giveaway. Thanks for sharing all you ideas and I'm so glad you took lots of pictures. It was a treat to see and read.

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  106. Dear Salina
    Wow You surely do have the Ghastly Flu and I don't think that you are even trying to fight it! lol Your wonderful projects are just so cleaver and the knitting bag is a great gift! Thanks for sharing and I am now following your blog!
    Cheers
    maggie

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  107. I love all of it! Especially the Ghastlie quilt!!!

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  108. What a great bunch of ideas!!! I SO sympathize with you though, on having a flu bug! We are hoping we don't catch whatever my son brought home from school until AFTER this weekend, IF at all! lol We have a trip that has been months in the planning and we leave in 23 hours!
    You are giving away the bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap. IF I should be so lucky to win, don't forget, I won't see it until Monday!
    Hope you feel better soon!

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  109. I'd love to win your bag with Miss Prudence Ghastlie. Her look reminds me of when I'd catch my own ghastlie kiddies doing something they shouldn't. I thought the blog hop was supposed to "cure" the Ghastlies Flu? You have it BAD (current interpretation: Good)! Absolutely, the quilt was crying for pink and you did it up famously!

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  110. That quilt is to die for. And the potato chip bag with hammer girl is my favorite.

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  111. Wow you sure went all out! Everything is so Ghastlie!! Great work!

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  112. I'm not sure you are cured yet. I love your quilt and that potato chip bag you are giving away is just ghastlie. Thank you for sharing. I hope you aren't contagious.

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  113. Great projects - love them all.

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  114. Did you get any sleep....I was so surprised to see how much you did. And everything is so cute.

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  115. WOW, your bags look SEW well crafted!! You are one good Ghastlie Seamstress my Dear!! But Oh that Potato Chip bag is over the top. The flaps were MADE for the Ghastlie Cast of Characters for certain. I would let out such a HOWL if I were to win the Bag with my favorite character, little miss Prudence...that eerily strange creature.Job well done!
    Bootiful Blessings
    Mrs. Gmama Jane Ghastlie

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  116. All those bags are wonderful! Sew many things you did. Talk about getting the Ghastlie flu! You sure did.

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  117. oh my gosh, you really do have the ghastlie flu...have to say I adore the bags and you've been so inventive. The cards and tags are a great idea, i'd love to be entered in your draw for the bag with Miss Ghastlie (prudence) with her hammer on the flap

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  118. I would love to be entered in the draw for the bag with Prudence and her hammer on the flap. I love all the cute things you made, especially that beautiful quilt. You are very inspiring.

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  119. Shhhhh, don't tell but this is may be my favorite blog hop stop so far. I would love to win the bag with that wicked little girl and her hammer on it;-) It seems you've been bitten by the bug harder than me. The ideas are fantastic! I was able to get my daughter addicted as well. Wait till she sees those bags! WOW, what an awesome job you've done. I'm guessing your not done yet....

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  120. I, too, love how your little quilt came out, and cardmaking, well that is genius! Everything you made is wonderful--you've been a bussy Ghastlie... I'd love the purse with little Prudence on it--count me in! AND I READ IT ALL..

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  121. My oh my - you have been busy! Please enter me in the giveaway. Cheers, Dianne

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  122. Wow have you been busy! Love all your Ghastly creations!

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  123. What a hoot all your projects are. I especially love the cards and tags. I can't bear to waste a string of this precious fabric

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  124. I love how you used every last scrap of that Ghastlie fabric!

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  125. I would love to eat potato chips out of the bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap - thanks for the giveaway - so very cute. You have completed so very many projects! Awesome Sistah Ghastlie

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  126. I am so awestruck with your so many projects! What fun you've had!

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  127. What an awesome giveaway = that potato chip bag with the hammer hold missie ghaslie on the flap. Would love to win that one! Can't beliece you made up sew many terrific projects, sistah!

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  128. OH MY!! You have done a lot of stuff!! I love all of it. I think I like the green back ground best!

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  129. WoW Selina I would Love a Purse too!! Maybe the one you are giving away, with the Little Girl on the Flap!! I Love all your Ghastlie Creations, I hope you have recovered enough to enjoy the Blog Hop!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  130. Oh my gosh! That wasn't on a roll...that was a marathon. You made me tired just reading about it. I'd love to win the little Miss Ghastlie bag.

    Ursula

    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  131. Wow you have been creative, this is amazing. Thanks for sharing the link to the tutorials you used. Lovely creations.
    Celine

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  132. So sorry you are feeling so Ghastlie. Hopefully that flu bug will be gone soon. I would be so happy to lucky and win the Miss Ghastlie bag. Thank you.
    lsandes@comcast.net

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  133. All of your projects are amazing. I am adoring this line. The bag with the little Miss on it would be a great prize to win. Thank you for sharing all of your ghastly creations. I especially love creating a pouch for a sweatshirt! My dad loves those pouches because he puts his glasses in them instead of leaving them all around his house. I may just have to modify a few sweatshirts for him!

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  134. You have produced quite an array of Ghastlie fun I have to stay. The sweatshirt was sew clever. I would truly enjoy carrying the Miss Ghastlie potato chip bag...it is too cute! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  135. Wow! So many creative, original ideas for Ghastlies uses!

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  136. I feel like I have arrived in Ghastlie heaven with all of these truly amazing creations. So far no two have been alike and each and every item is so fabulous. I love your bags and sweatshirt. That Prudence flap bag is totally awesome for a give and I would be Ghastlie excited to win it. Thank you so much for participating in this Super Ghastlie Party!

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  137. Wow! What an amazing treasure trove of ghastlie projects! I love them ALL! But given that you're not parting with all of them, I'd be thrilled to ghastlie death to win your little miss Prudence potato chip bag!

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  138. All I can say is Holy S--t!!!! You are truly Ghastley!!!!
    Hugs,
    JS
    PS...sorry I'm reading this so late...bad night and even worse day....hope its not your flu and did you make it to work today?????

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  139. So much Ghastlie goodness to go around. I loved every piece and would have never thought of using them to make gift tags and cards. I'm getting me confused and excited every day!! Thank you for sharing!

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  140. Wow! You have been very busy with your Ghastlies!All of your creations are great.Thanks for sharing :)

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  141. Thanks for sharing your ghastlie goodies. Very clever and creative.

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  142. Oh my!! I definitely need that adorable bag with the little girl and the hammer! I love hammers. Years ago was super glad to move into a rental that already had numerous holes per wall...yay for eileen!!! That ghastlie material is so ridiculously cute and you have made the most adorable things. Every picture i kept thinking she can't get cuter stuff and you did! Imprrssive. Have a great day

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  143. so many ghastlie projects - so little ghastlie time - amazing how many projects you've done for this fabulous hop - wow - I love the dumplings and thanks for the link - and that sweater and those bags, cards, and tags - you're right about not wanting to waste a scrap ! and of course I'd love to win your giveaway with the ghastlie prudence on the flap - I love prudence the best (but don't tell sebastian!)

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  144. Oh my goodness - you have outdone yourself! Your ghaslty projects are awesome - thanks for sharing.

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  145. Oh my...you have been busy! Fabulous work!
    Thanks for sharing!
    CJ in NC

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  146. I just keep thinking WOW when I see all the different ghastlies and the multitude of projects that are being made. I love the bags. It would probably take me the longest figuring out who to put on the flaps too! Thanks for sharing!

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  147. Wow, another creative mind! It's amazing how everyone has come up with different ideas. Love all your ghastlie projects.

    Thank you for sharing!

    Carrie

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  148. What a ghastly set of things! I would love to win the bag with little Miss Ghastlie with her hammer on the flap! Thanks for the chance.

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  149. You've really gotten the bug for making ghastly cute items. I'd love the bag with the ghastly girl and her hammer!

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  150. So many projects, so little time! I love everyone of them, but I do love your potato chip bag with little Miss Ghastlie! I hope that I win! Good luck to everyone!

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  151. Enjoyed all the gift ideas. I'd love to win your giveaway. Love your great blog, too.

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  152. Love your projects. Thank you for sharing.

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  153. Wow, what a lot of wonderful projects! I am bookmarking this for future reference. I would like to find the potato chip bag pattern but I would really love to win your giveaway of the Little Miss Ghastlie bag. Thanks!

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  154. OMG what a bunch of great projects!! I love your bags, your quilt the cards. So creative!! I hate to throw any fabric away so that's a great idea!! Thanks for sharing all your projects. Your bag for the giveaway is awesome.

    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  155. This ghastly flu is loads of fun! Love your projects.

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  156. ooohhh, that ghastlie flu has done you some ghood! such ghastlie projects, ghorgeous ideas! thanx for ghiving us this display of sheer ghenius .

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  157. Oh, I just LOVE your potato chip bag giveaway! That is my favorite Ghastlie on the flap too! Your projects are great and so inspiring! I am going to find that tutorial! Thanks for everything and please do enter me in the giveaway!

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  158. Oh my goodness, I don't know which project I love the most!
    Keeping my fingers crossed for your awesome giveaway, it's my birthday so maybe I'll get lucky!

    Thanks!

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  159. looks like you definitely got bitten by the Ghastlie bug! your projects are SOOO cute! I love the pouches and the little miss ghastlie bag would be a great addition to my purse addiction. ha

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  160. Oh want a darling little ghastly bag with little Missy holding a hammer. Now I could use that, I often carry a hammer around. Thanks for sharing all your ghastly creations.

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  161. Wow! There were a lot of good things to look at. I especially loved the quilt. It makes me want to check out that pattern. Thanks

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  162. I love your potato chip bag with little miss ghastlie. Your quilt is sew lovely. Thanks for sharing. Please enter me in your giveaway.

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  163. I would love to be added to the drawing for the Potato Chip bag with the little Ghastlie girl on the front flap. All your projects are wonderful and thank you for sending us to the dumpling tutorial. So cute! So much fun, thanks for sharing!

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  164. Wow awesome work on everything. I love all your bags. Thanks for the links to the tutorials as well.

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  165. Sissie with a hammer on the potato chip bag - Love it! But I think my favourites are the tags. Oh and you quilt too. The pink is perfect!

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  166. Love that you used these fabrics for gift tags and cards - great idea. I kept reading your post and with each new project I would say I liked that one best and then it just kept going. I'm glad you're giving away the bag with the girl - that was my favorite! I'm going to have to pick up that potato chip bag pattern - I love that style!

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  167. I just love all your projects especially the bags and the sweatshirt. I can see my granddaughters in those. The potato Chip bag of Little Miss Ghastly with her hammer is wonderful..that pattern needs to find its way to my home soon.

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  168. I would love to be the owner of the potato chip bag with little miss ghastlie on the flap. She would get lots of love and hopefully be able to give up her hammer at some point in time, lol.

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  169. Another fantastic day of Ghastly creations to love. I love everything you made. I would love a chance to win the bag with Ghastly girl on it holding a hammer. She is so so cute.

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  170. What great Ghastlie projects! You really outdid yourself. I would love to win the bag with the little girl Ghastlie and her hammer on the flap. Thanks so much.

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  171. Whew! Just seeing all that you made pooped me out! I can't imagine what you must feel like :) Each one of the projects are so great! Those book backs are amazing! and I love those chip bags. Would love to win the Little Ghastlie girl with the hammer on the flap! sooooo precious.

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  172. The flu becomes you! I especially like the sweatshirt.

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  173. Great Job!! Glad you had time to make some cards too. Gotta love your paper too! :)

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  174. WOW. Love all your projects but especially the bags and who wouldn't want an evil little girl with a hammer to adorn their bag. At least it would be protected from little fingers. :)

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  175. Those are all very cool! I need to buy some ghastlies fabric and make some bags. Don't worry about putting me in the draw to win your very cute bag, that's not why I'm here. Besides, I think I should be able to figure out how to make one myself.... eventually :)

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  176. Oh Dear! It sounds like your Ghastlie sistah's need to help you find a medicine ASAP! LOL

    WOW Selina! I can't believe how many you did and all so different. That quilt came out magnificent. The pink really sets off the Ghastlie fabric. I also adore those bags you made. They are awesome.

    I would love to be counted in your giveaway for the Potato Chip bag. It is super cute.

    You did a marvelous job. :)

    Ms. Jen Ghastlie

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  177. Amazing work Selina, love love love everything you have made..I would be so honoured if I happened to win your giveaway of the potato chip bag with little Miss Ghastlie & her hammer on the flap. It is so cute ..
    Judy

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