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911  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: FUNKY SOAP MOLDS on: December 27, 2004 07:52:17 AM
yogurt containers & cardboard milk cartons
912  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: McDonalds Happy Meal toys on: December 22, 2004 10:00:39 AM
There are people who collect Happy Meal toys, and have rooms full of them.  You could find someone like that, and sell them/give them to them.

Maybe you could construct some sort of desk/table with them.  Like getting a table with a large hole inthe middle that you can put them in, and them placing some plexiglass over it, to protect them and create a flat surface.

Use them as drawer pulls on cabinets and dressers.

Or put them in shadow boxes to hang on the wall.
If you make a table, you could use clear plastic tubes for the legs and fill them with toys.   Smiley
913  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Stitch And BOTCH / Re: Crafty But Stupid: YOUR CRAFT RELATED INJURIES HERE! on: December 21, 2004 12:38:41 PM
When I was a kid, my mom was using an industrial sewing machine to repair heavy, old fashioned tent canvas.  Somehow, she managed to run the sewing machine needle completely through her thumbnail.  I'm not sure how deep it went beyond that.  All I know is that I had never heard her scream like that, nor since then.  She's given birth to seven kids, but I bet she'd say that the needle was worse.  Ouch.  Sad
914  UNITED STATES / Indiana / Lafayette area crafters? on: December 16, 2004 05:39:09 PM
Hey,

Any Lafayette area crafters out there?  How about any Indiana crafters? 

Sincerely,

A lonely crafter in Wolcott (1/2 hr. north of Lafayette)
915  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: old wooden cow stantions on: December 16, 2004 05:26:34 PM
Wow.  I wonder how many people actually know what a cow stantion is!  If you're a gardener, maybe you could use them like a trellis and grow climbing roses or clematis up it.  I think climbing roses would look quaint, old fashion, farmy.  Okay, now I wish I had your stantions. 

Good luck from a former cow milker.
916  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Layered Soap Help on: December 16, 2004 05:10:56 PM
I made Martha's layered soap, but instead of using loaf pans, I used a cheap plastic loaf-shaped soap molds.  I'm not smart enough to get the soap out of the loaf pans without destroying them.  Maybe you were putting too much pressure on them when popping them out.  It doesn't take nearly as much pressure when you use a flexible, plastic mold.  Maybe you can try one of those instead.  You could also use yogurt containers, the bottom of carbdoard milk cartons, plastic cups, and all kids of other flexible stuff for molds if you don't want to buy them.  DON'T GIVE UP!  Melt & pour is fun and easy, you just started with a complicated one.  Good luck!
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