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Old 07-08-2012, 11:30 AM   #2841
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Great ideas - think I may do this for Christmas for my preschoolers to gift to their parents!!
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The Dollar Stores had bunches of dry erase markers, small ones with eraser on tip and bigger ones with no eraser, three packs.

The dry erase board with picture sounds like fun. I thought for a gift for a kid one could use the acrylic frame, put a picture of someone in it and they could draw on the faces-glasses beards, different hair. I wonder if one of my balder family members would cooperate with that!
LOL I love that idea!!!!!!!! Hmmm wonder if my Father in law would comply???

I went and picked up some Bic markers!! Also when I got home my neighbor, whose brother past away recently came over and asked if I would take some frames off his hands. I said absolutely!! They are all in great shape, so I will be using them for craft sales as well. I'm very sad for his loss though.
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More cute gift ideas!

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Great ideas, Christmas is coming. My computer caught a nasty"virus", so it has been to the Dr., so I can start posting pictures, I am going to get teacher's gifts done, and I will get some free motion quilting started on holiday blankets for my great nephews.

And big excitement, a Garden Ridge opened in my city. I usually have to drive 2 hrs to Dallas for a Ridge fix, so this will be a big convenience.
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Great ideas, Christmas is coming. My computer caught a nasty"virus", so it has been to the Dr., so I can start posting pictures, I am going to get teacher's gifts done, and I will get some free motion quilting started on holiday blankets for my great nephews.

And big excitement, a Garden Ridge opened in my city. I usually have to drive 2 hrs to Dallas for a Ridge fix, so this will be a big convenience.
Ah yes, the dreaded virus. Been there, had a few of those.

But wait...what is a Garden Ridge?????
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Garden Ridge is a huge warehouse type store, patio furniture, cushions, home decorating, closeout on books, kitchen items. Good prices, and lots of markdowns. They are putting out fall and Christmas stuff now, I will be spending some time there.
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Garden Ridge is a huge warehouse type store, patio furniture, cushions, home decorating, closeout on books, kitchen items. Good prices, and lots of markdowns. They are putting out fall and Christmas stuff now, I will be spending some time there.
Oh I see. None of those around here.
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Went back to Garden Ridge today, looking for frames, making a few thing over since our remodel.

Finishing up the California 8x8 scrapbook tonight, then on to mini pocket scrapbook made from manila folders, going to send to all my new friends I met while in Ireland.
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Went back to Garden Ridge today, looking for frames, making a few thing over since our remodel.

Finishing up the California 8x8 scrapbook tonight, then on to mini pocket scrapbook made from manila folders, going to send to all my new friends I met while in Ireland.
Love that Garden Ridge. It's a 30 minute drive for me but I make it worth my while when I am there!
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I think I need to move....no good stores near by me. Sure theirs the place I got the ribbons, but that's an hour and a half away!
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So what is everyone working on now???
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Everytime I go to Dallas I think I need to move, such great shopping compared to the town I live in. But I would be flat broke, with some serious
credit card debt, so I guess everything happens for a reason.

I got through with my California trip album, now starting on mini pocket albums for my friends I made on the Ireland trip.
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Here is a good anytime gift:

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Thanks for the sharing this, great idea, and a wonderful website. I started making my own clothes detergent, just out of curiosity and nothing else to do on a rainy afternoon, and I won't use anything else since then. Dh thought I was crazy, but I can make a whole years supply of detergent for $20, when we usually spend that in a month.
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Patrice, which recipe did you use for your laundry soap?
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Love the hand scrub - which will be so great as a foot scrub!! Mahalo for the recipe!!
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Thank you for that link! I was also looking around her website and found this:
D.I.Y. Fabric Coasters (and something yummy to put on them!) | One Good Thing by Jillee I had bought soooooo much fabric when my daughter was young to make dresses and whatnot, but my instructor stopped helping me, so lnow I have tons of fabric and nothing to do with it. Oh that reminds me...I also have a bunch of books with samples of materials! Oh I am making some of these!!!
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[QUOTE=GRKIDDO;19554899]Thank you for that link! I was also looking around her website and found this:
D.I.Y. Fabric Coasters (and something yummy to put on them!) | One Good Thing by Jillee I had bought soooooo much fabric when my daughter was young to make dresses and whatnot, but my instructor stopped helping me, so lnow I have tons of fabric and nothing to do with it. Oh that reminds me...I also have a bunch of books with samples of materials!

Those are great. I don't sew but they would meet everyone's need for porous coasters! And I do love fabric it can be so pretty - just like paper.
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I use to make fabric coasters over 25 years ago for the craft sale I was in for about three years. I would put a thin piece of batting in between the fabric and then applique' a heart in the center for stability. They always sold very well for me too! I would be on the hunt all the time for cute "holders" to put them in too.
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I kept looking on the internet, and since I have a HE front loading washer, I use liquid detergent. I use 1/3 of a bar of the fels naptha soap, 1/4 cup of washing soda, and 1/4 cup of borax. Grate the soap up, heat up five cups of water in saucepan, let soap melt, then add the other powders. I funnel half of the soap mixture into two gallon clean milk jugs, then add water until they are a little more than half full. This stuff will get thick, so you need some container to space to shake the mixture up before pouring into machine.

I am going to try to make the dish detergent next.
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Ok thanks! There are so many recipes on the net right now, decisions, decisions.
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I havent been doing much crafting the past couple of days. We are having a yard sale here on Saturday. Our living room is packed with items, as well as our back pourch. Yesterday my daughter helped me go through clothes and seperate them all by size. Oh man there's a lot!! We also went through toys, lots of toddler toys and books. I did go through my craft room the other day, but plan on doing more today. I listed 3 big craft items on Craig's List and I have gooten a lot of emails about them, so I am excited that they may sell. Just too much stuff, and so much of it I dont use, so what's the use having it all sit here not being used? So wish me luck!!!
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I haven't done a yard sale for ages We used to have them all the time at my sister's house, she lives in Duluth, MN (bordering where I live in Superior, WI) and her house is perfect for sales. Good traffic - good street - good area! Always made tons when I'd have the sales there (usually used money for Girl Scout stuff for my daughter). Lots of work though and that I don't miss! Good luck, hope you sell EVERYTHING!
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Good luck, hope the weather cooperates, and you can unload some stuff, and make extra $$$$. I never was good at garage sales, needs more organization than I could handle.
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I kept looking on the internet, and since I have a HE front loading washer, I use liquid detergent. I use 1/3 of a bar of the fels naptha soap, 1/4 cup of washing soda, and 1/4 cup of borax. Grate the soap up, heat up five cups of water in saucepan, let soap melt, then add the other powders. I funnel half of the soap mixture into two gallon clean milk jugs, then add water until they are a little more than half full. This stuff will get thick, so you need some container to space to shake the mixture up before pouring into machine.

I am going to try to make the dish detergent next.
Thanks so much for this recipe! Then how much of this mixture do you use per load?
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My HE machine has a cup area that is filled. you decide how much by laundry load size, the size is adjustable, I think for a small load ( just dh and me), it's about a 1/4 cup. This stuff gets thick, so it needs to be shaken before pouring. So far I am pleased with the results.
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I was wondering...what's Washing soda, and where do you get it? Thanks StampTaylor!
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Thanks for the good luck! I usually do well at yard sales, but it is a lot of prep work. But if it helps me clear out, and make money in the procsee, I am all for it!
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Washing booster is a laundry booster, it is added to detergent for extra cleaning of laundry. I found mine at WalMart, it is on the laundry soap aisle, and it is near the speciality items, like Woolite, Mule Team Borax. And very inexpensive.
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I kept looking on the internet, and since I have a HE front loading washer, I use liquid detergent. I use 1/3 of a bar of the fels naptha soap, 1/4 cup of washing soda, and 1/4 cup of borax. Grate the soap up, heat up five cups of water in saucepan, let soap melt, then add the other powders. I funnel half of the soap mixture into two gallon clean milk jugs, then add water until they are a little more than half full. This stuff will get thick, so you need some container to space to shake the mixture up before pouring into machine.

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I knew what laundry booster was, is that the same as Washing Soda as above?
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I am not sure if laundry booster, and washing soda are the same item. The box I got says washing soda.
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I am planning my crafts. I made a couple of items already - post-it note holders and tic tac snowmen. I do the post-its every year, but with a different style. The tic tacs I didn't do last year, but people were asking for them because I did them the previous year.
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Hey everyone.....if you want to make KeyFobs, Crafters vision has them on sale an extra15% off today! While supplies last. I ordered 100! type "DOTD" (without parenthesis) in the coupon section!
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