The thoughts and works of a caffeine addicted artist!
What a delightful trade! I'm sure Pete's tummy is as satisfied as you are with your postcard.
What fun... I don't know what a cadbury button is... but it must be wonderful if Pete did such a great drawing to get some... and you Anita, did a drawing that made poor Pete drool on his paper I'm sure of it.
So, so cute! Sounds like a great swap to me.
Hilarious...what a fun thing to do! :)
Anita you rock!! That is soooo cool, I love trades and barter....(and chocolate)well done!Continued success!
the buttons were delicious, thank you! especially the giant ones. i save them until last. Poor little freddos though, got eaten just moments after opening the package, heads dunked in hot tea. Lovely! cheers again!
Hi Anita,I read about the trade at Pete´s blog and thought to myself, that you are both such lucky guys. I would find it difficult to choose between a Cadbury chocolate and Pete´s sketch, though I would settle for the sketch. :)All the talk about the chocolate brought back good childhood memories and some questions concerning Cadbury. I grew up in India, and they had a lot of British stuff available.I used to love Cadbury Chocolate Eclairs, which I can sometimes find in duty free shops at airports. But what I loved most were those little chewy oval-/egg-shaped chocolates which came in purple metal/tin boxes. I can´t even find them on the Cadbury´s website or elsewhere on the net. Anybody has an idea what I´m talking about? They did look like the nut selection, but I don´t think that there were nuts inside - maybe hard chewy Caramel? In case someone knows what I´m talking about, please let me know.And what are Choclairs?Thanks.
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