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08 October 2012


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Melissa Kronlage

This would be soo fun for a Halloween party!


Alice, I've found them at various antique malls and flea markets all over the country. I find that Etsy and eBay vendors carry them pretty regularly as well. Just look up "lab ware."

Alice Golden

What a fabulous idea! (can't believe this one didn't make it into the magazine!) Where did you get the beakers? they are so perfect for this.


Thanks, Sasha! It was a lot of fun to do and it all tastes good, too.

Sasha Martin | Global Table Adventure

I adore this so much... everything from the mix and match DIY drink aspect, to the cute containers. Downloading the recipes now. Thank you :)


Paula, this is when I sheepishly admit to being rather clueless about Harry Potter other than a general knowledge. But let's just pretend that's what I was channeling!


This would be SO cool for a Harry Potter theme party!!! (it reminded me of the test Hermione had to solve to get to the Philosopher's stone:)


Thanks, Karen! And you NEVER have to thank me for a link. I don't know where my crafting would be without your generosity!

Karen - The Graphics Fairy

What a fun Vignette Suzonne!! I'm so glad you were able to use that graphic frame for your potion bar menu. Thanks so much for crediting me and for the link, that was so kind of you!

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