This will be the last blog post for ketchup I think. All of the questions after this will be added to my big Google document here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AFR_HSlpnbVyQIscmNF9gjKXC6yna9md-bzBvOKNrb8
Witch, you can also ask me questions anonymously through that document!
Elements & Artifacts has a fall/halloween collection up? Anything catch your eye?
Surprisingly, not at the moment. Much of what I'm seeing is earrings which I don't wear.
And speaking of shops from BPAL folks, any favorites in the stores on the SW Stalking and Services Spreadsheet?
HollysRainbow (Greenwoodtree) mentions gluten free baked goods. Nothing is listed, but i'm always interested in GF baked goods.
Haus of Gloi update is live; is there anything you're interested in?
I like their bar soaps, and would love to try the soft bubbling scrub and pumpkin butter. Their oils are very hit and miss on me, so decants/sample vials would be best. The whipped soaps seem to be very drying on me skin.
The scents I'm interested in are: Hex, Samhain II, Persephone’s Decent, Spider Silk, The Horseman, Cozy Pumpkin
Coloring Books? I already have 3 I barely use, although I am lusting after the Disney Villains and Poe coloring books.
Would you be interested in Kings Game by Lisa Millraney
Possibly. I can't seem to find it in a Google search (??). If it's within the scope of my preferred reading (in my original questionairre) then sure!
Do you celebrate Mabon? Would you like "witchy" or pagan decorations and objects? For example, pentacle wall hangings, mabon poppets, corn dollies, ritual candles, etc?
I do not. I'm Atheist, although I had pagan leanings when I was younger. I appreciate many of their holidays and symbolism. There are some items I might display but I can be rather particular about that though (it has to hold particular meaning or significance to me), so probably best to avoid these for me.
Anyone hankering for Craftsy classes?
Would you be interested in any of the following: jigsaw puzzles; puzzle books (like word searches or crossword puzzles or suduko); coloring books; card games; board games?
I love puzzles. I don't have many jigsaw puzzles, although I don't have much space to do them. I have some puzzle books already, so while i wouldn't say no to one, I have several I've yet to get through. Same thing with coloring books.
Card games and board games are my main "jam", as I can play them with others. My Amazon wishlist has several games I'm currently interested in, but I'm open to new suggestions.
Would you like any brown paper bags of "seconds" from Seattle Chocolates?
It looks like they have gluten free items, so anything in that section would be fine.
- Anything from http://www.beefolks.com suit your fancy in particular (honey or otherwise since they have other products?)
All of the honeys sound amazing, so any of those would be fine. The mead kits look interesting, as does the honey dust and sticks.
- Any other renn Faire goodies in general? Here are the artisans there: http://www.rennfest....mation/artisan
- Nothing in particular (it's a bit much to go through right now)