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Yield 5 dozen (6 if you use an 1/2 tablespoon)
1 cup butter soften (may subsatute for margerin but will effect the dough)
1 cup powder sugar
1 tsp almond extract
1 tsp vanilla
2 2/3 cups flower
1 tsp salt
3/4 cups whole almonds Blanched
1 tube red decorator gel (or can use light corn syrup died red with food coloring)
In a bowl beat together butter, sugar egg almond extract, & vanilla. Bet in flour and salt. You can now decide to divide the dough and add food coloring before you chill your dough. Cover and refredgerate for 30 minutes.
While dough is chilling out blanch your almonds. Put your almonds in a bowl pour in about 1 cup of boiling water let soak about 1 minute. Pour out hot water and pour in cold water for about 1 minute. Strain and rub the skins off with a towl. I find its easier to just peel them like an orange after their hot and cold bath.
Useing a tablespoon or mealon baller scoup your dough into 5 dozen balls. Roll each ball into finger shapes add the almond at the tip and make knuckle creses with your butter knife or very clean thumb nail.
Preheat oven to 325 bake for about 20-25 minutes. Let cool for 3 minutes. Lift up almond squeeze red decorator gel onto nail bed replace almond so the gel will ooze out.
Rember presntation is everything WIllow finds telling a story about how she came to have the fingers adds to the fun. Also consider making fun tray labels. Be creative have fun enjoy these wonderful cookies!
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Each bear comes with a removable ribbon bow that's tied around there necks. They do not have eye's our main concern were infants and toddlers who like to put things in there mouths. With the new rules on kids items we just thought it would be safer to just leave the eyes off.
These are primitive style/ Country type bears and are big and soft. Willows kids use them as pillows the can lay on on the floor like those big pillows. If you find the price is too high please keep in mind that a lot of time went into these bears and they are machine washable and dryable (just ask Willows kids!).
Did you know ButterBeer started back in the Medieval days? It was a very popular beer, then died for a while. It wasn't brought back to life until recently. Although it never really disaperd completely.
Version 1 Alcoholic Butter Beer
- 1 2 liter Cream Soda
- 1 cup butterscotch schnapps
- Chill the cream soda, Willow usually places it in the fridge 2 days before and puts it in the very back (the coldest part. For warm beer chill for about 30 minuets or not chill at all.
- Pour all into a punch bowl slowly. Willow also uses a chilled punch bowl for her cold version. For warm do not chill the bowl.
- pour about 1 cup of the butterscotch schnapps into the cream soda. It will fizzle some.
- Garnish with ice if desire Willow likes to use Butterscotch hard candy in each cup.
Version 2 non alcoholic
- 1 2 liter cream soda
- Butterscotch Ice cream topping (smucker's sugar free spoonable topping is what Willow uses)
- As above chill the cream soda
- Pour gently into a punch bowl leaving about 1 cup out.
- Add about 1/4-1/2 cup of butterscotch topping stirring gently will fizzle some.
- For warm beer don't chill.
Prep Time: :5
Cook Time: :10
- 1 pint real vanilla ice cream (use a brand that includes vanilla seed specks for best flavor or make your own)
- 1/4 cup real butter, at room temperature
- 1/2 teaspoon butterscotch extract
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
- 1 quart apple cider
- Apple slices for garnish, optional
- On medium speed, beat together vanilla ice cream, butter, butterscotch extract, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg until well-combined. Pour into a container and re-freeze.
- When ready to serve, gently heat apple cider in a saucepan until steaming hot.
- Place 1 scoop of ice cream in a thick soda glass or large mug. Top with steaming apple cider. Garnish with apple slices, if desired.
- Willow heats her cider in her crock pot she puts the cider on as soon as she has her cup of coffee on the day of the party. She mixes her ice cream mixture the night before. By the time of her party her cider is hot and the ice cream is ready. With her trusty freezer she uses Glass beer mugs and places 1-2 scoops of the ice cream in each mug and slips them back into the freezer. She allows her guest to go over and serve themselves. For the kids she places one scoop into small kid size cups and pours it for them. She usually has to make a triple recipe for her parties its just that darn good! Willow also enjoys adding apple rings instead of wedges to her mugs. To make rings simply core out the apples and slice into rings. she then cuts a slit to allow the ring to sit on the rim of the cup. She likes to use Fuji apples as they are sweet and tasty. Experiment and find your own grove!
We hope you enjoy these tasty drinks!
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Okay so its not a real dragons eye but its tasty and keeps the drinks cold.
Dragon Eyes is actually Grapes and dried fruit!
What you need:
- Seedless grapes, any kind these will be the main part of your dragons eyes, we like green and dark purple.
- Dried fruit, most use raises but we don't we use cranberries, blueberries, cherries and other dried berries we can get.
- Wash and dry your grapes
- Cut your dried fruit in halves we do them in quarters or fourths for smaller slits.
- Take the tip of your knife and cut a small slit and not very deep from one end to another of the grape. Pinch open slightly, not to hard or you will crush the grape (mmm grape juice in me eye!).
- Place a piece of dried fruit in and put finished eyes in a coverd bowl, container extra and place into the freezer.
- How we freeze our eyes: we use ice cube trays just put an eye in each slot fill with water cover and freeze. Once solid we pop them into another container that we can seal. When its party time simply place the ice in cups or in the punch bowl. We leave some in a container for those wanting to place a little extra ice into theire cups.
Body Parts Ice
- Body parts gummy candy (Oriental Trading usually have the gummy Eye candy check often as they go quickly!)
- Ice cube trays
- Food coloring (optional)
- Place a gummy in each slot of the ice tray
- In a measuring cup add water and a few drops of food coloring this is optional we like neaon colors as they glow slightly in the black lights. If you fear someone has dye allergies you could always do several non dyed.
- Pour water, cover and freeze, Enjoy. we like to have ours in the punch bowls as the ice melts the body parts will become exposed.
Flies and other bugs in my ice!
- Toy bugs such as flies, spiders, cockroaches extra we like realistic ones.
- Ice cube trays
- food coloring (optional)
- Wash or rinse the bugs throughly we want to make sure no dust or dirt is on these buggers!
- Place a bug in each slot of the ice cube tray.
- As above you can add died water for special effects we like to use juice from our punch to freeze our bugs.
Willow's Witches Brew:
- 36 ounces unsweeten apple juice concentrait thawed and undiluted
- 4 cups Cranberry juice coctail
- 3 medium oranges
- 32 ounce gingerale (chilled)
- 4 cups water (or 4 cups vodka)
- 1 gallon lime sherbet, softend
- ice or freaky hand ice (Target now carries hand ice molds!)
- Mix in a gallon pitcher the following: Apple juice, Cranberry Juice, & Water/Vodka
- when its about party time pour the mix into your cauldron or punch bowl, slice the oranges into thin rings. and place into punch.
- Gently pour the ginger ale into the punch.
- Place ice and sherbet into the punch. Be gental with the sherbet as it will make the brew fizzle. Serve with a cakle.
Freaky Hand Ice:
use a powder free latex glove add in fruit gummies (if you like) and water. Dont over fill the glove you want it to look like a real hand. Tie the end and place onto a plate and freeze. We do this the night before and pull it out just before go time. Cut the glove off and slide into brew. Target has hands feet ice molds durring halloween, they come with gummy worms, and color. If used properly the mold will last a long time and can be used over and over again! Great investment!
Enjoy spook yall later!
Monday, October 12, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
It should be moved to this blog perhaps one day it will be. For now Click Here to read about Lisa Logan the Author.
If your intreasted in other books we are slowly getting them on our website, if your looking for some spacific title and do not see it just ask we might be able to get it for you!
Have a great weekend and dont forget to look to Confessions of a Pagan Soccer Mom to find our giveaway Which is schedualed for this weekend!
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
What you will need:
- Witch finger candy pretzel mold
- Stirring Rods
- Old Ivy Acrylic Paint
- Licorice Acrylic Paint
- Paint Brush
- Acrylic Shiny Spray Sealer
- Coffin Treat Box (Down load here)
- Your Invites
- Model Magic Putty (or silly putty will work)
- Ribbon (We used leftover Halloween ribbon)
- Self adhesive Magnets
- Brown riffita or garden twine
Clean and dry your witch finger mold. Place the model clay where the finger ends and just before the grove that holds the pretzel rod. Make sure you place enough there to be even with the top of the mold. This will allow you to have thick fingers. Mix and pour your plaster in small batches as directions state. Let dry for the full 24 hours. Discard the pieces of clay after you make all the fingers you plan too!
Paint the green part of the finger first then the nails. After the fingers dry take them outside and spray your acrylic sealer. Let the fingers dry for the recommended time that your spray says too. While they are drying cut your ribbon to about 3-4 inches or smaller if you can manage tying small bows. Cut about 1 inch size magnets.
Make your treat boxes as the instructions say.
Invitations: Ours were made on the Avery post card paper printed front and back. One side was a menu the other had games, time, place who to talk to, and general reminder about dressing up. Roll up into scrolls as tight as possible and tie with twine.
After the fingers are dry tie your ribbon around your finger and place a magnet on the back. Place it in the coffin and an invite.
If you noticed we have something on the inside of the lid we have:
Your Invited to a Halloween Party
time and date and contact number and e-mail. We printed them out using small labels.
Once everything is inside Tie up with twin and hand them to friends.
Willow made over 40 of these the last week.
You can also use favor boxes and the fake moss method as well. But we wanted something more fun as they were passed out to Willow's Kids Classrooms. These also make great party favors! Sure to make people talk!
If you are wanting a craft kit just ask willow will hook you up!
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
- 2 medium sized bowls
- food processor or potato masher
- 1/4 cup mashed sweet potato
- 2 large eggs
- 1 cup whole wheat bread crumbs for gluten free use 1/2 cup soy flower and 1/2 cup rice flower
- 1/4 cup flask seed meal
- Chicken: Breast washed dried and cut into bite sized chunks or you can use wings, thighs, drumsticks.
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- Steam and mash up the sweet potato and measure out 1/4 cup. One medium sized sweet potato should be plenty. Place it in one of the bowls. Add the 2 large eggs and whisk. This will be the egg batter you will dunk your chicken into.
- In another bowl add your dry ingredients.
- Spray a skillet with non stick spray and heat over med high. Once hot add in 2 tablespoons olive oil.
- Coat the chicken in the egg bath then into the bread crumb place onto hot skillet. Cook nuggets about 5-7 minuets on each side until no longer pink.
- If using legs, wings, thighs or quarters heat the oven to 350 use a shallow pan spray with non stick spray and add enough olive oil to coat the bottom of the pan about 2-4 tablespoons. Coat chicken place in pre heated oven and cook about 30-40 minuets about half way turn chicken. Cook until no longer pink and clear juice flows from the chicken.
This is a great way to trick your kids to eat healthy as well as yourself. The sweet potato sweetens the chicken just right. One could add just a tad of salt to the chicken before placing into the eggs. Willow doesn't and they seam to go quickly. You can make the chicken nuggets a week before the party just let cool down and then freeze. Simply place onto cookie sheet and slide into a preheated oven of 400 for about 10 minuets.
Dipping sauces Willow just places Ketchup, Bar-b-Que, Honey Muster, Muster, Wasabie, and other sauces out. Simple, Light and very satisfying. Don't take her words for it simply try it yourself!
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Prep time 25 minutes for the seasoned apple dunker for a first timer it may take longer which is perfectly fine. Remember don't stress over it.
Chill time 1 hour 45 minutes (may leave in longer if you so wish it.
Serves 4, Willow scaled this recipe down for the recipe guidelines. Her batches are far more then this and she uses bigger equipment to make all of hers.
She makes these morning of the party (she gets up mighty early!)
Equipment needed for this project:
- nonstick spray or wax paper
- Medium size bowl that can fit in a microwave (if making more then this recipe follow the stove top directions on the caramels)
- Backing cookie sheet small (is making bigger batch use the sizes that will fit in the fridge)
- Mixing spoons
- 4 apples
- 4 Popsicle sticks
- 16 ounces of caramel candies
- 2 tablespoons water
- 10 ounces of dark chocolate
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 4 ounces white chocolate
Remove the stems of the apples, wash and dry, then insert the sticks into the stem ends. Cover a backing cookie sheet with nonstick spray and/or waxed paper. Willow puts wax paper in her cookie sheets then spray with the nonstick spray, she doesn't want to take any chances! In a medium bowl, microwave the caramels and water for about 2 minutes, stirring at every 1 minutes, until the caramels are completely melted. Dip the apples in the caramel and twirl or spoon the top until coated. Refrigerate on backing sheet for about 30 minutes (a little longer wont hurt them!).
In a medium bowl (even the same bowl after you wash the leftover caramel out or do what willow does and ask dear hubby to scrap as much as possible before washing it) microwave the dark chocolate and butter for about 2 minutes, stirring at every 40 seconds until chocolate is completely melted. Dip the apples in the chocolate and twirl or spoon over the tops until coated. Refrigerate on cookie sheet while malting the white chocolate. In medium bowl microwave the white chocolate for about 2 minutes, stirring every 40 seconds until the chocolate is completely melted. Drizzle over top of apples and refrigerate for at least an hour.
****Update Picture added on October 23, 2009****
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Each Creature Comes with its own adoption certificate. These creatures are not suitable to give to small children or people who put things into there mouths.
Your Mission is to help us name this new species. Should you accept this replay to this post.
Rules of Contest:
1 post a day may have a list of species names (no more then 10 names in a post). May Post Daily! May invite friends to enter (Strongly suggest to get your friends in on this!). This is open for 1 month!
After 1 month we will randomly chose 5-7 species names and host a poll for 2 weeks.
The winner will receive a creature of there own.
Now go name these things before they devour my Home!
*Creatures are hand knitted, have elastic bands for mouths, have goggle eyes that are glued on.
Caring for the Creatures: Wash in cold water on gentle cycle. Air dry or very low heat.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
What you will need Is a crock pot (Slow Cooker)that can hold 4-5 quarts. We use the biggest one we can find.
Tea ball or coffee filter that you can place lose spices into then tie up.
12 whole cloves
1/2 gallon of apple cider
2/3 cup red hot candies
1/4 cup dry orange drink mix (Tang works great!)
1 qt. water
1) place cloves in the tea bag
2) combine everything into the crock pot (slow cooker)
3) cover and cook on low for 3-4 hours
4) serve hot
** We like to add Orange slices, Lemon Slices (with the peels on wash before cutting and putting into the brew! To garnish we place cinnamon sticks in the cups.
We like to make this the week before the party and let it cool off to room temp. With a funnel we gently pour it into gallon jugs. or you can do pitchers. To warm up we simply pour into our huge pot (like for canning or pasta making or those seafood steaming parties, yep the biggest pot) and turn on med low. we start the heating process 2 hours before the party.
Please keep in mind our recipe is multiplied by 4.
This is also great on those chilly camping trips simply make before pour into a sealable jug and heat up at night.
Please note camp fires will heat it up quickly and will become very hot!
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
2 cups Plain Yogurt
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1 package frozen strawberries or raspberries, thawed
1 pint strawberry ice cream
1. mix yogurt, vanilla, and berries in the blender.
2. pour into tall glasses over ice cubes or chill.
3 top with a big spoonful of strawberry ice cream
Monday, September 21, 2009
The fallowing pics are from Last Years anniversary Party.
So now your wondering whats so different about her recipe compared to the others? Well its in the cake! No seriously Willow tried many different combination to get that yummy but realistic look to hers. Her cake has much more disgusting surprised in it then one would thought.
Okay time to get to the supplies list:
2 Cake pans or one big cake pan
Blender or food processor (stick blender will work too as well as a hand mixer)
2 Bowls (as big as you can get I use my Big Chip bowls)
Mixing spoons and Rubber spatulas
And the normal Measuring cups and spoons for your cake mixes.
*Normally Willow would make the cakes from scratch but this recipe gives the Boxes version to help cut time down, She suggests to make the cake the day before the party! It will keep in the fridge.
1 Package Spice Cake Mix
1 Package White Cake Mix
1 package white sandwich cookies
Green good Coloring
Tootsie Rolls (small bag should be plenty)
* Hersey Kisses
1 pakge of vanilla Pudding (*Big family size box!)
1 New Kitty Litter Box
1 New Kitty Litter Pooper Scooper
(If your like willows fridge deep glass pan will work)
Prepare the cake mixes and back according to directions. Prepare pudding mix and chill until ready to assemble. Crumble white sandwich cookies in small batches in the blender. They tend to stick, scrape often. Set aside 1/4 cup of crumbs add a few drops of green food coloring and mix with a fork.
When cakes are cooled to room temp, crumble into a Large bowl. Toss with half of the reaming cookie crumbs and the chilled pudding. Gently combine. Line new, clean kitty litter box (*Willow uses freezer paper and tape this helps with easy clean up. Trim paper where needed) Put Mixture into box.
Put 3 unwrapped tootsie rolls on a microwave safe dish and heat until soft and pliable. Shape the tootsie rolls into realistic "Business". Repeat as many times as you like. *Willow places a Hersey kiss on a plate then add 3 tootsie rolls on top heat for a few seconds. She discovered this gives the look that a certain cat had "Problem or ate something bad for its tummy" Play and have fun making the nasty poop! Don't forget to bury a few surprises inside the cake we want this to be realistic! We also roll the tootsie rolls between our fingers to make that long realistic bunching.
Scatter the Green cookie crumbs lightly on top. Some areas should have more concentrated Green. This will look like the chlorophyll in the kittly box.
Serve with the pooper scouper.
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
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Loyalty points are accumulated with buying certain priced items. These points are converted to money which you can use as a voucher at checkout.
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Friday, September 4, 2009
We are still transferring inventory to our New shopping system on our website. We have also created new items that are being added as well.
Sage, Sandlewood, Samhain, All Hallows Eve
These are made by Cold process which is made with Lye.
we have one that is ready for a home, many more will be up as soon as we finish them!
We will be at Freedom Hill Trade Day on Saturday the 5th. We will be there rain or shine. If you happend to be in the area stop by! Its located on hwy 59 just outside of Lufkin Texas.
Feel Free to make requests and custom Listings. If you are wanting more then one bar of soap please just ask we will Gladely Make the listing!
Friday, August 14, 2009
Q) Do you ship to military bases and over seas?
A) Yes, if they have an address we can ship it.
Q) Can I have the items that i purchase shipped directly to a solder that I know?
A) Yes, Our site has the option of send this package as a gift which will allow you to put in the persons shipping address.
Q) Do you donate items to our Troops?
A) Yes for every 10 items sold one item is placed in the troop donation box we have started.
Q) Do you donate only ritual items?
A) No not just ritual items, we also send everyday needed items. From snacks to socks.
If you know anyone (Pagan or otherwise) In the military send us there wish list and we will help get it together!
If you are serving in the military and know others who need items we ask that you send us there lists as well. Addresses would be helpful as well as names.
We have been super busy moving our items into the new shopping cart on our website as well as creating new things.
We have been busy making soap, Knitted Hats, Knitted Fingerless mittens and gloves, and lots more.
For every Hat purchased 2 preemie hats are donated to the preemie ward of the hospitals.
For every 2 pairs of adult size fingerless mittens or gloves sold a pair is donated to the soldiers.
These knitted items will be out within a month as we are knitting the nights away to get these up and going.
We take pride in our freedom as it does cost something, Our hearts and prayers goes to those who are serving to keep us free. May they all return home and be with there loved ones.
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Sunday, August 2, 2009
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Larry Hamm over at Chelsea Lynn Designs on Artfire is a friend of many in the world of handmade, he is also the voice of The Crazy Train on Blockhead Radio. Larry has a fantastic wife Janet, and an 8 year old son Jacob who live with him in Lansing, NC deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Larry is a friend to everyone and just an all around swell guy. He is most definitely the "shirt off your back" kind of friend. Right now, all of Larry´s friends and Blockhead Radio are teaming up to help him out in a tough time.
Larry is a disabled diabetic who currently has lost his health insurance. His medication alone monthly is over $2,000. Larry is not receiving disability, he has not been approved yet. His wife is the only source of income and she doesn´t make enough to cover his medications. Larry´s doctors have given him an outlook of only 18 months to live if he doesn´t receive a $17,000 gastric bypass surgery as soon as possible. Larry and his family need all the help from their family and friends they can get! Jacob and Janet need Larry to hang around here with them as long as he possibly can! All of his friends surely want Larry to stick around too!
Friday, July 17, 2009
For this Melting dimistration I decided to go with a red tart that is scented with rain (so good!). I just love how this wax takes the colors they come out so vibrant, plus that crystal look is really neet in my own opinion! Each Bag is weighed to 6 ounces, which could mean quite a bit of our tarts for $5.00 a bag. Good deal? We would like to think so!
For this melting demo I am useing a ceramic oil warmer you can use an electric one, or even the soapstone ones we have in our online shop. Mmm that red is scrumptious! So to the left I have the rain scented wax cube in my ceramic oil warmer which rakes a tea light inside. Not sure if you can see the crystal look to well in this picture.
Once I lit the tea light it only took about 5 minuets for the wax to melt. this palm wax has a high heat rate and we find that it holds the scent/oils very well. The Scent will weakend within time and becuse of this we pour them as they are orderd. We try not to have too much in actual candle or Tart form. We know how much you all love strong smelling scents and doing it this way has given our customers what they want! Stron smelling candles and tarts!
So this is what it looks like about 5 minuets into the warming phase. It reminds me of some sort of horror movie where something is sinking in a vat of blood lol. (Yes willow has lost her mind, I mean my mind ;) )
At this point the scent is really strong as it is being released and its not mealted all the way. This expermint was done in our kitchen. My hubby could smell it at this phase about 10 feet away. The cealing fans and ac didnt help the kitchen table is under the ac vents and in the living room is big cealing fan that we have on high all year round. Our home isnt made for scent traveling which helps in the kitchen when i make these little lovelies.
The Pic to the left is just about 2 minuets later now its starting to mealt faster. Mealt baby mealt was all I could say at this point lol.
With it finnally mealted in about 8 minuets within 10 it was starting to spread into at least 3 rooms. Kitchen, Dinning where it was sitiing, and the edge of the living room. At this point all Ii really could think of was what a nice pool of blood, I mean wax! I had to use the flash for this visual.
So thats our tarts in a nutshell They arnt the dancy big rings or anything just squars of solid wax with your choice of color and aroma. These will be up on our main site in a few days but feel free to request a custom order! We do gladely take those!
Right pic is when the wax cools off and rehardens which takes about 20 minuets in about 2 hours you can pop it out. One tart is good for hours of heating or up to 3-4 2 hour heating intervils before the scent is totally gone. I usually let it mealt and add in a few drops of oil to re perfume it up. You can get oils from us as well. In this pic you can really see the crystalization process of the palm wax.
Did i mention we also give out a free tart with every order?
Have a great weekend!
Friday, July 10, 2009
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
This Giveaway has Ended!
1 Bar of Coffee Supreme Soap
This is coffee soap and we sold all but one bar when we went to Freedom Hill Trade Days.
How to enter: Must visit one of our 3 sites and find your favorite thing we offer.
Reply to this post with the link and Why you Like that item (that's the hard part!)
That's it and you can reply more then once! This entree will end on July 31st names will be drawn that night and winner announced on August first. Please leave away we can contact you!
Good Luck to all!
Friday, July 3, 2009
Motor Cycle show (mmm me love a good bike!)
Face Painting (who doesn't like to have stuff painted on them!)
Live Music (lets dance!)
Rides for the kids
Vendors of all venues
and lots more!
We are excited to be part of a lively Site and we do hope this will be one great day for all of us!
Now onto other news!
Just in we have got ourselves a real domain name! Woot! We now have a shopping system that will allow us to add our inventory and allow you to shop with ease!
We also have some fantastic news! We will be caring Alchemy Gothic handmade pewter wears and other items! There steam punk collection is very interesting as well as there T-shirts! We are excited to be able to offer there wares! One should see there items on our site in a week or two!
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Go through and add the items you wish to have to your cart.
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Tuesday, June 23, 2009
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