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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / Are these vintage prices reasonable? on: January 01, 2006 01:04:31 PM
I just recently opened up a vintage site. Are these prices ok?
http://vintagebasement.bravehost.com/index.html

**oh yes and please feel completely free to critisize (gahhh spelling) or comment**
2  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / is this a good idea?? on: December 30, 2005 10:34:53 PM
I have a passion for searching for and reviving vintage clothes and accessories.  Do you think that if I made a site selling vintage wears that it would be very successful? How much are vintage things worth really? Like concert tees from the eighties and 70s shoes and blouses, etc? I already have a lot of inventory in mind. I would like to start this website but I would like a second oppinion as to if this would be worth my time.
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Gum Drop Decor on: December 24, 2003 08:40:00 PM

This is a super cute project that is easy and cute! It looks kinda like this (my digital camera stinks but it will give you the basic idea.)

http://www.geocities.com/sewwaat/gumdrop.JPG

You will need:
Box of round toothpicks
Bag of gumdrops
Styrofoam ball
butter knife


First, take a styrofoam ball (any size you want) and take a butter knife and cut off part of the bottom so that it will be able to stand on it's own. Then, take a gumdrop and stick a round toothpick in it. Then you take the toothpick (with the dumdrop on it) and stick it in the styrofoam ball. Do this until the entire ball is covered. The one I made I just used random colors but you can also use just red and green for Christmas, red and white for Valentines day, color cordinate with a certain room of your house, etc.. These are very cute- there are about 5 in our house and they are all very different! You can also try this with different shapes of styrofoam (like cones, squares) for an even more unique look.
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