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41  Ohio / Ohio: Southwest / Re: Dayton Area Craft/Thrifting on: November 15, 2004 05:31:18 PM
 I've been to both Graeters and Bills and they're great.  Too great!   My husband and I started going to Bills after we would go on a walk on Saturday mornings... kinda cancels  all that excercise out!  I've seen the Mexican place but haven't tried it yet.  I'll give it a try.  I was kinda spoiled back in Kansas because they had all these great authentic Mexican restaurants/stands due to the growing immigrant population.  Thanks again for the tip on Marcos paper... I checked out the website and plan on stopping there soon.
42  Ohio / Ohio: Southwest / Re: Dayton Area Craft/Thrifting on: November 15, 2004 04:35:13 PM
Hello all,

I live in Washington Township which is smushed right in the Centerville/Kettering area.  Just moved here a couple months ago in fact... Ohio is very pretty in the fall Smiley  Thanks for all the tips on thrift/craft stores.  All I've been able to find is a Michaels (the phonebook doesn't seem to have many craft/thrift/consignment places).  BTW, I have been to Feathers and it's very cool although I agree that they're pretty pricey for stuff you could find yourself at the Salvation Army/Goodwill.  Thanks for the tip on Marcos paper... I'm going to check it out tomorrow. I have a lot of ideas for books/photos/decopage for X-mas gifts so that place will really come in handy.  Thanks for all the info.  I haven't really met anyone around here yet so if anyone has any other good suggestions for fun stuff to do (restaurants & entertainment) let me know (sorry if I moved off topic)!
43  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: Blue Sun Shirt on: November 12, 2004 06:16:25 PM
I've put the DVD set on my Christmas list Smiley  I'm getting ready to cut out my Blue Sun stencil... wish me luck!
44  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: Blue Sun Shirt on: November 12, 2004 09:46:27 AM
Your shirt looks great!  Coincidentally I've been searching endlessly for pictures of Jayne's shirts on the internet.  I love the more colorful ones.  I just found a good image to use for my own Blue Sun shirt and was looking up info on how to make the best stencils, so it's weird that I just happened to see your shirt.  My husband and I just discovered the show last month when we checked it out from the library (we have a great library here) and we're hooked.  Can't wait for the movie!  Glad to see other fans are out there!
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