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1  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / What can you do with a unsellable, collecting dust textbook? on: January 04, 2011 02:38:55 PM
I have a textbook that is several years old and no schools in the area are utilizing it anymore.  The shipping costs are more then I can sell it for on Amazon.com and all it is doing is collecting dust.  I know that I am not the only one with a problem like this, so I'm asking the crafters out there What can you do with a textbook that is unsellable and collecting dust?  I've already thought of doorstop, flower press, and table prop, now I'm looking for something more creative.  Any thoughts crafters?
2  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / Re: Are wedding photographers REALLY this expensive!?!?! on: April 06, 2009 11:51:42 AM
Okay I'm not sure how long this thread has been going, or what part of NE/SD you are in, but if its near the Sioux City area, there is a outstanding photographer in Sioux City that owns a studio called Beckys portraits, she's usually willing to work with people on prices and what she offers etc.  If you are in the Lincoln/Omaha area, there is a great friendly photographer that is going to do my engagement photos for a really good price.  Her website is http://allenaim.blogspot.com.  She's been a breeze to work with.  Otherwise, I recommend searching craigslist for a possibly private photographer in your area.  Or like others said, try the unniversities or newspapers to see if a photography major or photojournalist would be willing to give it a shot.

Hope this helps

3  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: romanian Recipes on: February 27, 2009 07:51:03 AM
Here is what I have located.  Hope this helps some.  I know the wuzzle recipes are usually pretty good, so that website might be the best start.  I myself have not done any Romanian cooking, so I am not an expert by any stretch, but I'm hoping the recipes and website I found help some.

About Romanian Cuisine:

Recipe website links:




4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Sakura Kimono::My pride and joy! on: February 18, 2009 07:08:23 AM
Absolutley beautiful.  I've made several kimonos myself as I am part of a medieval renactment group and used to be a Japanese persona.  You did an absolutely wonderful job with getting the collar to lay flat, and the drape of the sleeve is beautiful.  You did an awesome job.  Beautiful fabric as well.
5  COOKING / Dessert / Re: V-Day Oreo Truffles on: February 13, 2009 06:45:35 AM
Oreo Balls make great presents and they taste awesome.  Plus, they are usually easier to work with them making actual truffles....at least for me.  But a neat trick I learned is you can vary the flavors by using the different flavors of oreos they have out.  The peanut butter ones are really good for it.

They look great.
6  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: I need help with the OBI on: January 23, 2009 08:19:29 AM
Just happy to help.  Smiley
7  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: I made a dreamcatcher. Wahoo! on: January 23, 2009 08:17:53 AM
Thank you for the tutorial.  And GiddyUpMunky, you were correct, I'm a girl.  I think I am gonna try to make one.
8  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: ***FIRST THREAD*** WALMART DRESS on: January 14, 2009 07:21:24 AM
How about crayons, or pencils.  So many people use them until they are tiny and then don't know what to do with them....I'd bet it'd make a pretty interesting costume.
9  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: I made a dreamcatcher. Wahoo! on: January 13, 2009 08:32:37 AM
Gorgeous.  I've always wanted to make one myself.  My great, great grandmother was a Winnebago Indian, and my father worked for the Winnebago tribe for a long time.  But no one would teach me.  I wonder if it was the same reason, because I wasn't an adult yet.  But I moved away, so now I'll just have to figure it out for myself.
10  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Turtle Bread! on: January 13, 2009 08:23:36 AM
I made this same recipe.  Yours is so much cuter though.  ;+)
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