sana merun niyan dito para matry din namin ng kiddo ko... :)have a great week!http://point-shoot-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/12/365-361-363.htmlhttp://vlayugan.blogspot.com/2011/12/last-weekend-trip.html
Wa pa mi katry ana ba hehee. Visiting from blue Monday.Mine is here: http://mommyko.com/2011/12/layered-shell-pearl-necklace.html
My first time to know about edible sand art :)www.homezweethome.info
I've never heard of it before.Happy Blue Monday, Dhemz.
Never heard this Dhemz, sound fun! ^_^Anything Small
mabati ato nawong ani bayot? hehe laag ko diri, wa naku ka bloghop tsang ky nag busy busyhan ko aning website nga ako create sa mga ka silinganan sauna. nalingaw sd ko ug tabi sa mga katiguwangan hehehe.
That was called something else when I was a kid. It came in straws.
Wala nyan dito sA bundok sis hehehe,.. Serious na serious si Akesh!
What is this, never heard before but sound fun.
Hehe, kids will surely enjoy that. hope we have one like that here in Pinas.
When this kind of candy comes here in the Philippines, I'm sure it'll be a hit. And my kids will surely be a fan of :)Thanks for the visit dhemz!Our FamilyHeartifyingHobbytat
So that's what they call pucker powder. I see these things here but with thinner and smaller casings. Akesha seems to be anxious for her turn. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.
Such a fun post. I have never tried it, but it woulds OK to me. I am smiling. genie
never heard of it but looks a lot of fun, i wish to experience it someday. thanks for sharing sis and advance merry x-mas.
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