Thursday, October 28, 2010

$19.95?!

And, would you pay $19.95 for this Halloween decoration?

17 comments:

  1. Made in China? No!

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  2. MESSAGE FROM KATE: UNFORTUNATELY I CANNOT ACCESS MY EMAIL ACCOUNT AND CANNOT COMMENT ON ANY OF YOUR BLOGS NOR POST ON THIS BLOG EITHER. I, HOWEVER, HAVE POSTS AUTOMATICALLY SCHEDULED HERE 'TIL SOMETIME IN NOVEMBER BECAUSE I AM HAVING SURGERY SOON; THEREFORE I DON'T HAVE TIME TO SET UP ANOTHER EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR BLOGGING RIGHT NOW, TRY TO RECOVER MY ADDRESSES NOR RESPOND TO YOUR COMMENTS. WHENEVER I CAN I'LL VISIT THOSE OF YOU WHO ALLOW ANONYMOUS COMMENTS ON YOUR BLOGS. BUT I'LL BE BACK. IF YOU CARE TO EMAIL ME, I HAVE ANOTHER TEMPORARY ADDRESS: myhearthandhome@gmail.com

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  3. ca fait un peu cher, mais elle est mignonne ;) (elle fait pas peur ;o)) )

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  4. Well she's cute enough to buy!

    Kate, I've written to you privately in response to your comment. Hope that you got it at the address you gave me. Sorry you are having such awful email and access problems. J x

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  5. My apologies to the talented people who design and make decorations such as this, but this is too cutesy for my taste in Halloween decorations. Halloween decorations should be scary.

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  6. I would probably make my own, but I can see that this could be used throughout the fall as it is not strictly for Halloween.

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  7. No, but lots of people would at Hobby Lobby in Ocala.

    But then, I wouldn't pay anything for any Halloween decoration! ;-)

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  8. I'll raise to $20.

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  9. I'll be content with looking at your photo ;-)

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  10. I don't do seasonal decorations... but you could use this decoration for several years to amortize the investment!

    He/She is pretty cute!

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  11. No, I don't think I would buy it. It is cute, but then I would have to find some place to store it for the rest of the year. It makes a fun photo though.

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  12. Not when I can buy a giant pumpkin to decorate for much less. :)

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  13. If I did, I would remove the tag before putting on display.

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  14. Truthfully, no. Just call me whatever the Halloween version of Scrooge is. Except I do have a lot of winter squashes and gourds and lots of candy to give out.

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  15. Not when I just bought one at Michaels for $6.99. Nice close up.

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