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Old 09-30-2004, 02:08 PM   #1
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My 14 year old granddaughter has been spending a lot of time with me on the weekends (could it be just for my crafting stuff and shopping sprees?) (yes). Well, I've been teaching her how to be thrifty and use different things for cardstock, embellishments, etc., without spending a fortune. Well, she walked up to me last Sunday and handed me a teeny little black satin bow. She said, "Here, Grandma, you might be able to use this in a stamping project." It was the bow off her bra! She's learnin'.....
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LOL!! Now ... that's resourceful! Good for her ... and what a great teacher she has!
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Old 09-30-2004, 02:42 PM   #4
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WE see the stamping world and its available opportunities everywhere!! LOL
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That was a cute story... and a thoughtful Granddaughter!
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That's a good one!!! You'll have to make her a special card with it!!!
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Thanks for sharing that cute story! You gave my 13 yr old DD,Rebecca, and I a good chuckle!
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I've saved those little things of my first bras. Think they were little bead hearts. Glad to see some else is keeping the same tradition.
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