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11  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Create your own Boye Needlemaster interchangeable cables! on: November 17, 2010 04:10:57 PM
That is incredible.  I can't wait to try it!!!
12  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Re: decent snacks? on: August 15, 2009 03:14:07 PM
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just to add a little p.s. - i recently found out that M&Ms Mars is conducting horrid animal tests.  i don't want to go into the details here because it's not easy reading if you know what i mean, but i encourage you to go to peta.org to check it out.  unfortunately they are the makers of many candies including skittles (mentioned in a post above), starburst, snickers, twix, m&ms, mars bars, milky ways and probably some others i can't think of at the moment (if you're concerned just be sure to check the back of the package to see who the manufacturer is).
sorry to be the bearer of bad news Sad but i hope that some of the above snacks are inspiring!

 Shocked I hadn't realised.
Thanks for letting us know, I sure as hell won't be buying their products again.

Thanks for mentioning this. I'd also like to add that in America, Skittles have gelatin in them, so they are not veg friendly.
As far as snacks go, try looking around the health food section of your local grocery store, or even stop by a health food store. Lance crackers are all veg friendly. I reccomend American Gourmet products also. They have vegan cheetos and caramel popcorn snacks.
Recently, I've fallen in love with avacodos.

They now make skittles that do not contain gelatin.  The packaging is a little bit different than the kind that does contain gelatin.  Right under the ingredients it should say that it doesn't contain gluten or gelatin.  Either way, I won't be eating them anymore.  Boo animal testing!
13  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: 50s housewife dress on: February 27, 2009 09:34:41 AM
*drool*
i'm in love with it.
i vote no on the coffee, and yes on the tut.
14  UNITED STATES / Arkansas / Re: Arkansas on: February 27, 2009 09:20:53 AM
Hi everyone!  I'm from Fort Smith and I am an avid knitter and crocheter!  I also just invested in a sewing machine, so i'm hoping to add sewing to my growing list of crafty talents  Smiley
15  UNITED STATES / Arkansas / Re: Moving to the Fort - who can I harrass? on: February 27, 2009 09:18:37 AM
Ok, as far as i can tell in fort smith, the only local crafty shop is the local yarn store StringTown.  Other than that, i haven't really found anything.  Fayetteville is definitely the jackpot as far as crafty goodness goes.
16  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Re: There's so much friggin beige!!! on: August 29, 2008 01:58:26 PM

those are so COOL.
17  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Re: There's so much friggin beige!!! on: August 28, 2008 07:20:49 AM
it is of course one thing to cut into HIS comic-books. But will he mind cutting in ANY  other comic-books? Look around at fleemarkets or buy new ones. I like the idea of decoupaging the table. Or use photocopied cartoons, get the newspaper-comics to do the decoupage.


Haha I tried this already.  If I got any other comic books he'd just want to keep them so he could trade them in for store credit.
*sigh*
Gotta love my nerd-man.


But these are both really great ideas!
Thanks so much, you guys!
18  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / There's so much friggin beige!!! on: August 26, 2008 07:24:16 PM
Ok, so i just moved into my boyfriend's apartment and he recently asked me how i wanted to do the living room.  Now here is the problem:
We have beige couches, a beige recliner, beige carpet, and beige walls.
I don't like it one bit.  It's so boring!
I would love to paint, but since we're just renting an apartment, thats not possible. 
We're trying to go for a kind of movie theme.  At this point we only have a 300 poster and 2 transformers posters up on the walls.  He's really into comic books...i mean...REALLY into comic books so i thought about decoupaging a coffee table with comics.  And then i realized that there is no way in hell he would ever let me take scissors to any comic book and if i did anyways, he would turn into the red hulk.  So that idea is out.  He likes toned down colors and is really into buying sets of matching stuff and things of that sort.  I, on the other hand, like lots of color and like cutesy mismatched stuff.  So i need to find a happy medium.
Anyone have any good ideas? 
It would help me out a lot!
Thanks!  Smiley
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