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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Glass vial pendant and water evaporation on: July 15, 2013 09:42:59 PM
I have tried to make a glass vial keepsake pendant that includes water.  The water is the most important component, as that's what I'm trying to save.  I'm a disney freak, and I am trying to keep some water from the pirates of the carribean ride, so i assume the water is chlorinated.
I did some googling and all I could find was to add a drop of oil to the top and seal the vial lid.
I did this and the water is still evaporating quite fast.
Is there something I can add to the water to make it stop evaporating, or slow it down?

Any advice would be appreciated.  Thanks!
2  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Need Help- Fake clogs on: September 24, 2010 09:12:12 AM
For Halloween I am going to Disneyland's trick or treat party.  I wanted to go as a Disney character, but a lesser known version since there will be about a thousand princesses there.  I decided to go as Snow White, but in her rags dress that she is in in the beginning of the movie.  I have everything on hand that I need except...the wooden clogs. 
I don't want a real pair, I'll be walking and on my feet, so I'd like shoe covers of some sort.  They do have foam ones, but they come bundled with a costume. 
I can sew decently, but I have no head for design.  Any ideas?
3  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Cardboard Printer Boxes on: June 13, 2009 04:26:23 PM
You know, the lidded boxes that printer paper comes in. 
I want to use them to help me organize my sewing stuff, but I'd like to make them look nicer on the cheap.
I thought of wrapping them in wrapping paper, but if I had to wrap several, that could get expensive.
Any ideas on a cheap recover/redecorate?
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