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The busy season is upon me.  I know, because it’s dark before 9:00 p.m. and the blistering hot temperatures are starting to run out of steam.

I’ve been in the crafty business for a while now, and I’m still not used to the fact that I have to be ahead of the busy season.  That means thinking about Christmas in June.   That means getting seasonal products out for sale at least six weeks before the season is actually here.

This year I’m sort of getting the hang of it.  For instance, I’m going to be putting my Halloween bottle cap magnets in shops next week.  That includes my Etsy shop.  I’ll be listing them a little at a time throughout a couple of weeks.  They’re really cute!  Here’s a sample of what you’ll see:

Many of my holiday magnets are inspired by vintage post cards. Why not stop by the shop and check them out. If you’d like a bunch of them be sure to find the listing for six or twelve magnets of your choice and get a great deal.

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A classic…

Happy Halloween everyone ~ hope it’s a scary one.

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When it’s craft time at the Auntie B’s World Headquarters my favorite way to make repetitive projects more interesting is to listen to old time radio shows while I work.  And not just any old time radio, scary old time radio.  Shows like Inner Sanctum, Lights Out, and Quiet Please always keep me rivited to my project as well as to my seat.

One of my favorite sources for free scary radio shows is The Monster Club.  They have a library of five hundred free shows ready to listen to instantly or download to your computer.  When they ask you for a password simply type in “boo13.”

Instead of watching the many sequels of various slasher movies on cable this Halloween weekend why not light a few of Auntie B’s candles and listen to and episode or two of Suspense?  Let your imagination run wild!

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