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Old 08-06-2009, 05:31 PM   #1921
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Here is a link for purchasing everything that you would need to make your own lip gloss and a recipe too!
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An the tutorial, scroll all the way down to the June 9 2009 entry.
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The top link isn't working. Can you re-post the link? I'd love to see this recipe. Thanks!
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I've tried that link too and it is not working, but if you click on the second link and scroll down you'll see that she has linked back to the stamp set.

If you can't find it that way try this link and it should take you straight there

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Oh I see someone has helped you, don't understand why the one is not working?
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I've tried that link too and it is not working, but if you click on the second link and scroll down you'll see that she has linked back to the stamp set.

If you can't find it that way try this link and it should take you straight there

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Thanks for the link!

I need another favor. Can someone help me find the blog that had the junior notepads cut in half to make list pads? I tried clicking on the links on this thread but having trouble finding it.

I went to Office Max today. One store would not cut the pads in half for me saying that the adhesive will mess up the blade and not allow it to cut . On my way to use Hobby Lobby coupons, I spotted another Office Max and tried again there. They were able to cut it! I had a pack of 12 pads. They had to make 3 cuts to cut them all, so that was $3 and some cents.

If anyone else has gone to an office supply store and has done this, can you let me know how many pads they cut at one time?

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I need another favor. Can someone help me find the blog that had the junior notepads cut in half to make list pads? I tried clicking on the links on this thread but having trouble finding it.

I went to Office Max today. One store would not cut the pads in half for me saying that the adhesive will mess up the blade and not allow it to cut . On my way to use Hobby Lobby coupons, I spotted another Office Max and tried again there. They were able to cut it! I had a pack of 12 pads. They had to make 3 cuts to cut them all, so that was $3 and some cents.

If anyone else has gone to an office supply store and has done this, can you let me know how many pads they cut at one time?

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here is a link I just got with tips on how to mass produce those lists

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Hi All, this is my fave thread. I know I saw a template measurement somewhere for the large binder clips. I tried to measure myself but it wasn't quite right.
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I actually tried cutting those junior legal pads on my Carl cutter. Believe it or not, I got through an entire pad w/o a problem. I did have to run the blade up and down several times.

I'm not sure how big the cutter is at Office Max but I think 12 pads sounds reasonable for one cut. We have a professional cutter at work and that would be about right for it.
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I'm going to throw my idea in though I haven't tried selling them yet. I needed new kitchen canisters and picked up a case of 12 1L mason jars, but I only needed 6. They were on sale since this is the season for them, so I figured I'd better do something with the other 6. So, I've started making dog treat jars. I made the little bone charm out of fimo clay and stamps and then added some designer paper, laced up corset style and ribbon, etc. I think they turned out pretty cute! It cost $8 for the case of 12 and I think I'll try and sell these for $10. I like the idea so much that I think I'll go back for another case and decorate those as well!

Here's a picture of one of them.
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very cute! I love them. Maybe print off a recipe for homemade dog biscuits and put one in each jar. Have some cards for "happy new puppy" or other dog related ones to sell separately. I've given one sister thank you's in dog stuff when they wouldn't take cash for helping me with my computer.
I think $10 is a good price for them.
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Ooo! I really like the idea of printing the recipe and including that. I have a few great recipes that I use myself for my dog so they're tried and tested. I also like the idea of having cards on hand for different occasions that you could give the jar for. Thanks for the suggestions!
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Thanks for the link!

I need another favor. Can someone help me find the blog that had the junior notepads cut in half to make list pads? I tried clicking on the links on this thread but having trouble finding it.

I went to Office Max today. One store would not cut the pads in half for me saying that the adhesive will mess up the blade and not allow it to cut . On my way to use Hobby Lobby coupons, I spotted another Office Max and tried again there. They were able to cut it! I had a pack of 12 pads. They had to make 3 cuts to cut them all, so that was $3 and some cents.

If anyone else has gone to an office supply store and has done this, can you let me know how many pads they cut at one time?

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I brought my pads to kinkos to cut. they charge per cut and you can put a bunch of pads together b/c they have heavy duty machines. good luck
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Hi...I love your idea of dog jars...would you consider sharing your dog food recipes with me?
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No problem! I actually got my recipes off this site: http://www.freepetprojects.com/default.aspx?PageID=934

Sadie, my dog, really likes the peanut butter balls and the chicken bites.

They have other animal treats on there as well, and those would go great in the jars too!
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Thanks, I will check it out. I just picked up some spring top jars at a thrift store, 3 for .99 cents, so this idea should work perfectly for these jars.
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Hi again...I just happened to notice that you are from Saint John NB...that is where I was born, out on the Golden Grove Rd.
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Wow! Small world. I live OFF Golden Grove Road. lol
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I am from the older generation, but, if you know any "Haywards" (my maiden name) they are probably my relatives...there are alot of them down there.
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Love the treat idea! And including a recipe would be super! $10.00 sounds fair! You got an awesome deal on the jars!
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No problem! I actually got my recipes off this site: http://www.freepetprojects.com/default.aspx?PageID=934

Sadie, my dog, really likes the peanut butter balls and the chicken bites.

They have other animal treats on there as well, and those would go great in the jars too!
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Here is a link to a dog treat jar that I favored awhile back:
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Oh my gosh! That one is super cute too!

Yeah, I did get a good deal on the jars. They weren't the brand name ones which is probably why, but since I'm not actually using them for canning anything I don't think that matters. I was going to go back and get more yesterday but first I have to figure out where to store all this stuff. lol
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Here's another idea I've been working on. These are for hanging keys. My dad picked up a bunch of these pressboard plaques at a yard sale and thought I would like them. I've seen them at Michaels as well, but haven't picked any up. I think I will though because this came out pretty cute. On that site I posted for the dog treats they have a section for pet projects as well and this could be turned into a leash holder no problem. This one doesn't have any stamping. I used some chipboard hearts and a leftover rubon. I got the hooks in a 4 pack at the dollar store. I painted it black and then painted it again with distressing crackle paint.
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You could do doggie ones for leash holders, too.
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Your hanging key/leash holder is so cute! TFS!
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Here's another idea I've been working on. These are for hanging keys. My dad picked up a bunch of these pressboard plaques at a yard sale and thought I would like them. I've seen them at Michaels as well, but haven't picked any up. I think I will though because this came out pretty cute. On that site I posted for the dog treats they have a section for pet projects as well and this could be turned into a leash holder no problem. This one doesn't have any stamping. I used some chipboard hearts and a leftover rubon. I got the hooks in a 4 pack at the dollar store. I painted it black and then painted it again with distressing crackle paint.
that is beautiful, a tremendous idea. If I was selling for leashes or keys I think I would leave off the ribbon. I think it would get ratty looking from taking the leash off and putting it back on all the time. Thank you for sharing this.
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maybe a stupid question. If you are selling homemade dog treats are there health regulations?
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I don't know if there would be health regulations or not. I don't plan on selling the actual treats themselves. Just in case they don't sell well. (Most of the homemade dog treats only last a couple of weeks since they don't have preservatives like the store bought ones) But I did like the idea of printing the recipe and including it.

Good thinking about the ribbon too. I hadn't thought about that, but it makes perfect sense. Its hard for me not to use ribbon on every project. lol
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I'm going to throw my idea in though I haven't tried selling them yet. I needed new kitchen canisters and picked up a case of 12 1L mason jars, but I only needed 6. They were on sale since this is the season for them, so I figured I'd better do something with the other 6. So, I've started making dog treat jars. I made the little bone charm out of fimo clay and stamps and then added some designer paper, laced up corset style and ribbon, etc. I think they turned out pretty cute! It cost $8 for the case of 12 and I think I'll try and sell these for $10. I like the idea so much that I think I'll go back for another case and decorate those as well!

Here's a picture of one of them.
I have dogs and I would buy one of these. I like the corset paper! Maybe another version in the masculine?
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After seeing the cute things for pooches, I feel very uncreative posting this about my dry erase tiles. There is one in my gallery and more on my blog. They sold well for me last year for $8.00 each (including stand & marker) so I am hoping they do well for me again. Someone said I should charge more, but in this economy I want to make sure they actually do sell...I think I will keep it the same. TFL!
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Regarding the grocery/todo list notepads... here is a video

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I like the key holder. Its beautiful and a necessity for those who just throw it on a counter top or elsewhere then misplace the keys. hehe Guilty me.
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After seeing the cute things for pooches, I feel very uncreative posting this about my dry erase tiles. There is one in my gallery and more on my blog. They sold well for me last year for $8.00 each (including stand & marker) so I am hoping they do well for me again. Someone said I should charge more, but in this economy I want to make sure they actually do sell...I think I will keep it the same. TFL!
Karin, your gallery is very nice, I like the drink tags....very creative!
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Karin, I love the dry erase tiles on your blog! How do you seal the image in? Crystal Effects? I'd like to try these.
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I need another favor. Can someone help me find the blog that had the junior notepads cut in half to make list pads? I tried clicking on the links on this thread but having trouble finding it.

I went to Office Max today. One store would not cut the pads in half for me saying that the adhesive will mess up the blade and not allow it to cut . On my way to use Hobby Lobby coupons, I spotted another Office Max and tried again there. They were able to cut it! I had a pack of 12 pads. They had to make 3 cuts to cut them all, so that was $3 and some cents.

If anyone else has gone to an office supply store and has done this, can you let me know how many pads they cut at one time?

Thanks!

I just went to Office Depot and they cut 6 pads at one time. My problem was that I had the red strip on one side of the pad and had them cut that off, then in half. I had 24 pads cut, 2 cuts per set, so 8 cuts total for $6.
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To nsruss...Yup, just crystal effects. I actually used Glossy Accents by Ranger, but it is the same type of thing. Just so you know, the dry erase marker doesn't erase off the sealed image. So if you have little kids, make sure they don't scribble all over the raised images!
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I don't do craft fairs but I love coming here for all the great ideas. I just posted a halloween decoration that might be good for a craft fair. It is all paper so it didn't cost much just took a little time.
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