Great idea for little Burrito to be involved in. At least, she is doing something worthwhile with her time and not wasting it like so many others.
She'll make more with these loops.My Blue.
FAntastic idea for a colourful subject! And orange does feature too! Thank you for contributing to Mandarin Orange Monday:)
I used to make them as a kid - 50 years ago! I would give them away for gifts....Never thought anyone would buy them!
So colorful! Interesting Chinese artwork with dragon. I was born on the Year of the Dragon. Nice shot!Cheers ... visiting from Blue Monday!
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what a steal Sis Rose :-) Ms. Burrito is a little business girl, glad that she makes money at a young age of course with Mommies help :-) Returning from Ruby Tuesdayhttp://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/eating-purple-cake-at-red-ribbon/
looks colorful...am sure she'll make plenty of batches for these loops...galing! way to go Rye!
wow, good job Rylie :) you are already a business woman at a young age. cool! http://www.jollytoes.com/2012/08/05/strolling-around-new-york-city/
Me too...I used to make these as a kid also...50+ years ago ;) what a great memory...and also awesome that these potholders are still being made.
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