We Were Framed
Hazel Wood and Maple Leaf were each bewitched into paintings and hung on opposite sides of the witches house, yet they soon became great friends. Maple loved hearing Hazel perform sonnets and Hazel loved hearing fairytales from Maple. Their non-stop gabbering drove the witch mad. When the witch had finally had enough, she decided to sell the paintings to a passer by. Hazel Wood and Maple Leaf were able to leave the house, but were still magically stuck inside the paintings. Little did they know, the passer by was a Baron who was throwing a celebration. He found the paintings quite charming and refused to hang them on a wall, so he sent them out into the village to entertain his guests.