Monday, November 1, 2010
Ah, Romance. Romantic movies, novels, love songs all dominate American culture. Every woman wishes there was a man in her life who would do things she's only read about or seen in the movies.
Gentlemen, you can now be THAT man! (Or ladies -- you can brag to your friends and pretend you've already bagged that man!) Foofy Bling is proud to present its all new Custom Prose line. Custom poetry written with your special someones' name in it, written in a pretty script, on pretty paper, all wrapped up in - you guessed it - a pretty frame.
Here's how it works. You supply us with your receipient's first name (or nickname). Our talented writers go to work and create some award-winning prose featuring your person's name in it, and voila - you've got Custom Prose written specifically for that person! You can leave it in its frame, or feel free to copy our verbage on to a card or letter that you've pretended to write.
Imagine how special that person will feel knowing that you took the time to find (or write) a poem especially for them! I couldn't think of a more perfect gift for the thoughtful people and poetry lovers on your holiday list.
Order quickly. We only have one writer, and he is insanely busy. Please allow two weeks for delivery. Visit http://foofybling.com today.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
It's something new we've been toying with over the past year. Now, Christmas can last as long as four months, if you go by the clocks in department stores or malls. Sugar, some of those fools have had their Christmas decorations up since July 4th. What we've done is compiled a list of thirty thoughtful, creative, fun, caring, and generally awesome gift ideas. And from November 1st through November 30th, we'll share one idea a day to everyone who subscribes to this blog.
So shop fast, and shop early this year; and don't shop just for the sake of shopping, which usually happens to last minute shoppers. No one really wanted that fruitcake, clock radio, shower mirror, or cheesy Chinese Checkers game you overpaid for last season. This year, you can be the hero of everyone you know, and FoofyBling.com can help.
Tell your friends and loved ones to get on our list - it all begins November 1, 2010.
Happy Holidays from your friends at http://www.foofybling.com/!
Monday, October 18, 2010
As we strolled along in our search for unique, inspirational gifts with a touch of WOW, this one stopped us in our tracks. It's new, it's fresh, you haven't seen it anywhere (yet), and it meets all our stringent criteria to be a Foofy Bling product. It's Flying Wish Paper! You have to see it to believe it - check out the video:
You write your wish on a piece of special paper. Ball it up, then roll it up, place it on its special safety mat, and fire it up. Your wish turns into ash, then lifts off and floats away so angels and spirits can do their magic and make your wish come true.
What a great gift for someone! And since it's so new, you'll be the first one on your block to gift it, so you can retain bragging rights for finding the best gift ever.
We were thinking of the endless possibilities for this product. It could be used at weddings, parties, meetings, trade shows, special events, even funerals to send special messages to our dearly departed.
Don't wait -- order your Flying Wish Paper today only at http://foofybling.com/flyingwishpaper.htm.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Handmade from special woods found in strange and exotic forests all over the world, including woods like Leopardwood, Bubinga, Narra, Wenge, Figured Padauk, and several others, these very unique and meticulously hand finished boxes are a true treasure and a conversation piece in any home.
Mr. Datkuliak's boxes make wonderful Wish Boxes! They can also be used to store things like jewelry, storage, keepsakes, and other useful things. Since these woods are rare and the boxes are handmade, quantities are very limited.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Scrawl them on a piece of paper and shove them in the back of a junk drawer? Leave them in your pocket so they get washed out in the laundry? What kind of way is that to treat your wishes? They need space and respect if you want your wishes to manifest to reality!
So we found Wishing Boxes for exactly this purpose. A Wishing Box is a magical box to hold your wishes for safe keeping. Whatever the box's secret powers may be, it's time you take a dramatic step in improving your life and reaching out for what you deserve.
Ask for money -- your finances may soar.
Ask for luck -- good things will start to happen to you.
Ask for power -- you may gain control of your life and of those around you.
Ask for the impossible -- your Wish Box could make it happen!
Within twenty-four hours you may begin to sense that powerful forces are being summoned to work in your behalf. This is when your wish may begin to take hold.
You've probably heard about this method in the popular book and video series, The Secret. It has been passed throughout the ages, traveling through centuries. It's The Secret to everything - the secret to unlimited joy, health, money, relationships, love, youth: everything you have ever wanted. The world's leading scientists, authors, and philosophers have revealed The Secret that has transformed the lives of every person who ever knew it... Plato, Newton, Carnegie, Beethoven, Shakespeare, Einstein. And your Wish Box can help you invoke The Secret, and change your life forever.
Find an ordinary piece of paper -- no special paper needed. Write your wish, a goal, a fantasy, whatever you truly want. Fold up the paper as small as you can. Squeeze it hard in your fist, close your eyes, and repeat your desire in your mind. Place your wish in your box and get ready – soon, it's going to come true!
What a wonderful gift idea for the optimist in your circle. Or, with a tiny bit of innocent snooping, imagine the insight you would gain from your childrens' or loved ones' wishing boxes...
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
In ancient China, wishes were believed to come true when written on a scroll and meticulously stored in a special ceramic chamber. The precious chambers, blessed by invoking the memory of Cai Shen (the Chinese Taoist god of prosperity), were thought to have mystical powers. With the chambers closed, wishes could circulate freely with no interference in reality so they could more easily manifest.
Tradition aside, just imagine the utility of such a gift. Oh, the opportunities for a sneaky spouse or parent to casually peek into the Chamber to help decide what birthday, anniversary, holiday or Christmas presents would be truly treasured by their loved ones...
True story. Bill, a very close friend of the family, was diagnosed with cancer of the bladder. After several nauseating chemotherapy treatments failed, his oncologist recommended he have his bladder removed. It was a risky surgery in itself; and Bill was 70 years young, which would make his recovery a lengthy and tedious chore. The weekend before Bill's surgery, we gave Bill a wishing pot. Just before we wrapped it, we scribbled the following wish on a small piece of paper, and placed it in the pot:
We wish Bill's surgery will go perfectly, he will recover quickly, and be cancer-free.
Bill's surgery began at about 7 AM on Monday morning. We were all sitting on pins and needles, hoping and praying everything would go well. Another member of our family had a similar surgery a year ago, and had complications during his surgery which led to a very long recovery period, so we were very concerned. At about 2 PM that same day, our cell phone rang. It was Bill! His daughter snapped a picture of Bill sitting up in his bed, looking amazingly wonderful considering what he had just been through. The surgery went flawlessly.
A week later, we went to visit Bill. As he stood in his driveway (which was amazing that he was standing at all), we all remarked how good he looked! He said he felt very little pain and discomfort, and was looking forward to getting his staples removed and back to his normal routine.
Was the Ancient Chinese Chamber of Wishes the reason for his successful procedure and recovery? It may well have been. If anything, it sure didn't hurt to give him some hope.