Top shelf, left to right:
Shrinking Solution, Frog Legs, Flobberworm Mucus, Nettles, Eyes of Newt
Second shelf, L to R:
Draught of Living Death, Dust Bunnies, Spider Legs, Treats, Snake Fangs
Third shelf, L to R:
Boomslang Parts, Fluxweed, Tubeworms, Black Beetle Eyes, Lizard Gizzards
Bottom shelf, L to R:
Glumbumble, Magical Mess Remover, Lacewing Flies, Murtlap Tentacles
Some of these spell ingredients came from a Harry Potter website, some came about because of the fabrics I had, some were suggestions from my son and some just came out of my crazy brain! It was fun finding fabrics that "looked" like the ingredients.
You may find it difficult to read the labels. I have a font that looks like spidery writing (called Rebuffed), which I thought was perfect for my witch to use. (If you like it, you can get it here at Urban Fonts, for free!)
I've been stalling on getting much more done on the Witch's Pantry, and decided to finish my blocks for the Block Lotto this month. I'd really like to win this one, so I made the maximum number of 9 blocks. This month is "Cool and Cream" - Jacob's Ladder blocks in "cool" colors (blues, greens, purples) with a cream fabric - and these are my favorite colors. The block is pretty quick and easy to make, so they went fast. I'm hoping to have good luck this month!
The other day, I took a deep breath and entered 3 quilts in the Western Washington Fair. They'll be Officially Judged. *gulp* I hope the judges will be kind.
And now, back to working on the rest of the Witch's Pantry. Wish me luck - my Quilter's ADD wants to start new projects instead! I'm having to be quite stern with myself, and it's painful. Aaaggghhhh!