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October 24, 2011


Teri Suliks

Oh what a sweet story! My grandson is six and hasn't lost any teeth yet... but I'm sure it won't be long! The treat bags are simply adorable!! What a special way to present some sweets!! Again, magical work, Melis!!!!

Troy Louise

That is such a fun story. How in the world did you get a kitten under her pillow? What wonderful memories. Hugs.


Goodness what a sweet story about your baby girl Melissa! You have to fill us in on the kitten!!! Love the darling treat bags too. Blessings to you and yours :)

Debbie Marcinkiewicz

Fantastic and fun project and what a ca-ute tooth-y story about your little one!!! Thanks for sharing your amazing talents with us all in the Tea Room in October, Melissa :)

rebekah f

How precious! I love hearing stories about your little bean..we get to experience her along with you. So, thank you for sharing about your journey into mommy-hood.
Such gorgeous inspiration from you once again.. love your takes on the challenges..

Patty O'Malley

The treat bags are adorable! Your little girl sounds so precious! How sweet that she asked for a kiss and a kitten!


love your treat bags - i made two treat bags today - and use little clothes pins to close them - one was for a lady friend - andi used a doily on it! girls get doilies! the other treat bag was given to my UPS guy!!! he's been to my house enough to know what days my grandsons are here for me to babysit! he was greatly surprised - it takes such a little effort to make someone smile. Your story about the tooth made me wince then smile! take care


Love the sweet stories about your girl, My grandaughter Grace is 6 and has no teeth at all at the top front.
She looks so cute with her cheeky grin.

Love you all your Halloween creations.

Big Hugs Carol xx


Such a fun those goodie bags...absolutely SWEET!!!!


My baby will be 45 next week so it was nice to have the tooth story to bring back memories of his childhood. Your treat bags are to die for and that I can barely get a Christmas tree up and down and stored again for another year and you are doing a halloween tree. Love it.


Can't wait to see that kitten! My own little one will be turning one in a couple of weeks and like you we are going through all of this for the first time together. So sweet.

The treat bags are so cute!

bethann d

lovely treat bags, so sweet and vintagy. tell us about the kitten.please.

Jennifer Puccio

And thank you, as always. This story made me laugh. I run to your blog too and it's surprising I haven't hit a wall on the way, I get so excited by it. :)


It's just so SWEET that she didn't want any money. I love the story! These little treat sacks are beyond cute, and I just love the vintage imagery.

mel mccarthy

These are jaw-droppingly gorgeous! The details are so lovely. And how adorable that she wanted a kitten. What a funny way to lose your tooth- better than the old string on a doorknob. :-)

Anne Tussing

Awesome Halloween goodness! I love your adorable, layered, glittery projects:)


Ohhhh, how sweet! No money - a kiss and a kitten. She's a darling to be sure!

I love your Owl and the post after this one - of the Halloween project is just out-of-this-world! Awesome work Melis!


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