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Old 07-06-2006, 06:34 AM   #1  
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That's what DH called me last night!

OK, first the back story. Last week or the week before I read a thread on here on tips and suggestions on things you can do to store your stuff (I'd post a link, but I don't think I could find it ) One of the suggestions was to put your embossing powder in containers and put small spoons in to scoop the powder with. Well, I've been trying to find something free to use since DH is kinda cheap...

So last week we took DD to Baskin Robbins and when we got our samples, I made DH keep the spoons - no big deal. THEN last night while making dinner, we finished a tub of butter, and while looking at it, I determined I had found my free container for embossing powder. I put it in the sink and told him not to throw it away because I wanted to use it in my SB/stamp area. He response "You know you're a redneck scrapbooker when...."!

And to think I was doing it for him!

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Old 07-06-2006, 07:00 AM   #2  
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Our hubby's must think we're insane with all the things that we do for stamping! I think those were great ideas
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Old 07-06-2006, 07:05 AM   #3  
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Well i for one am glad your a redneck stamper because if you hadn't posted about the little spoons from baskins i'd still be outta the loop. Love the idea and i'm gonna steal it.

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I too fit into as a Redneck stamper. Always looking for containers that might work for stamping and Storage.
Dh also falls into the Redneck form....Not as a Stamper but because he uses butter tubs for storing Screws, Nails, you name it!!!!!!!!
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