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11  Re: International Snack Swap 2 Gallery! in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by amymisha on: January 19, 2011 02:56:32 PM
Mine made it!!! Yay! Food food food...nom nomnom!
First up... a neato craft magazine and some postcards and stuff...


Some gummy bear cuties, and sweets and a postcard...


MmmMmMMmmmm...Turki sh delight!!! And other yum yummys!


The whole box of goodies...


And, I can not wait to get into these. My favorite snack from the UK, Pot Noodles, including a Christmas Dinner one!!! And they are vegetarian/vegan!!! I used to eat these all the time when I lived in London.


Thank you!! It was worth the wait. Smiley
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12  Re: Sock Monkey/ Sock Critters Swap Round 2 in New Swap Theme Ideas by amymisha on: July 12, 2010 07:45:16 AM
Count me in for sooner.....



Ready for Round 2??   We have two options: We can do Round 2 right away....Sign ups July 17th to 31st and have send outs August 31st.  That way we could do a Christmas round in November. Or we could do it at the end of summer August 17th to 31st and send outs will be September 30th. Let me know what dates would work for you and if you would like to sign up.
Thanks

Gallery for round 1: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=341443.0
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13  Re: How My Garden Grows Gallery in The Swap Gallery by amymisha on: June 03, 2010 07:48:47 AM
Here's my awesome package from Lydia.... sorry for the delay in getting pics up:


Sweetie little fairy furniture to bring the fairies to my garden...my grandmother always made fairy gardens with us, so this touched my heart.


A beautiful bird feeder.... I have to find a great place for this, as Inches, my neighbors cat, may find the birds tasty...


Cute little things for my potted plants... here's on in action in my avocado plant....


And this GORGEOUS apron with luffa seeds (WOOOHOOO!!) and other gourd seeds and a neat little notebook and string to train the loofa vines up! Gorgeous.....and the colors are TOTALLY me!

Thank you so much!!!!!
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14  Re: Frugal Living 2: Return of the Cheap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by amymisha on: June 03, 2010 07:26:38 AM
And here is my lovely package from Imagine. I would not let myself open it until I had hers 100% done.


The bestest craved stamp of Moomintroll, so I can make my own stationary....


Lovely tin lanterns for my garden...I can't wait to get them out there!!


A great warm/cold pad....made out of gorgeous fabric and I know it will be great for my back!


And an awesome handmade bag for holding those plastic bags that seem to accumulate even though I mostly use fabric bags. I LOVE it!

Thanks so much. Sorry about the nervous breakdown and late send. I hope you get your package soon (you should....we're only 5 hours away!)
Amy
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15  Re: Spring Cleaning 2010: Fill a FLAT RATE Box; GALLERY send by 5/22 in The Swap Gallery by amymisha on: May 18, 2010 07:44:30 AM
I got mine...sooo much fun...


Tons of doodads and goodies...


Some neato magazines and ephemera


Lots and lots of scrapbooking paper fun fun fun


Some gorgeous fat quarters and fabric bits....


Chalks, a whole bag of hair clips thing, and a hunky altoids tin!


And a bunch od ornaments which No!Kitten! tthinks are her favorite new toys....

There was much more but these are the highlights. Thanks so much TerraBella01!!!!
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16  Re: Gathered Roots - An Herbalism Swap R2 (Gallery) in The Swap Gallery by amymisha on: May 03, 2010 07:21:42 AM
Mea culpa! I've been amiss in posting my pictures from my package from the fabulous Jessica! I apologize...gotta a lot of personal crap going on right now. Anyway, here's my parcel! I LOVE it....

A nifty magnet, and AWESOME smelling insence...

Sprouting seeds (I love sprouts) and a great smoothie mix, handmade by Jessica...yummmm

Some awesome spices for cooking! I love the jars...

Some amazing vegan soaps that smell so good I just want to stick them up my nose. I gifted 2 bars before I took this picture...

A sample of an herbalism correspondence course which I am seriouly interested in taking....

A sweet little thing to do lunar infusions of herbs in...I just love it. And it smells AMAZING!

2 back issues of Herb Quarterly....I might have to subscribe to this.

This was an awesome swap and I had so much fun. Thank you, Jessica!!
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17  Re: FrugALong 2010 April theme on First Post in Craftalongs by amymisha on: April 06, 2010 05:53:26 AM
Here are my seeds being started in their tp seed starters. : ) I love using and making those...





That's my absinthe spoon, for Czech-style absinthe...no holes in it. Not my favorite kind of absinthe, but I love that little lady!
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18  Re: Sock Monkey/ Sock Critter Gallery in The Swap Gallery by amymisha on: April 06, 2010 05:50:54 AM
Here's my awesome elephant guys! I just love him...


He came with a knit hat and scarf and great little bag.

My partner also sent some awesome Japanese stationary and a cute notebook and a cute little change pruse made out of a baby sock!! What a fun swap...I had as much fun making, as receiving and I just love my sock elephant!!
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19  Re: FrugALong 2010 April theme on First Post in Craftalongs by amymisha on: April 02, 2010 09:25:17 AM
OK...In keeping with the Garden theme.... here are pictures of my gardening space...

The above is my french lavender (hopefully it's start popping up) and my sage

Above: My tarragon. I got it off freecycle 6 years ago, have split it many, many times, and it just keeps getting bigger and bigger....

Above: The pile of dirt toward the front is what was in all of those containers, which I inherited from previous tenants. I'm going to build y raised bed there. I marked the space with those white sticks. The containers in the back have mint, lemon balm, strawberries, a pussy willow, and english lavender in them. I think the english lavender is the only thing that cost me $$ in the whole garden! And it wasn't much....

Above more dirt, tons of containers ready and waiting! And my chives...

No pictures of the day lilies, but those were also a freecycle score. Most of my perennials are. Some of them I got for free because people in my community garden gave them up, and some I got at the annual Boston Natural Area Networks community perennial divide, where you bring stuff to swap. I'd say I get most of my seeds from BNAN too, or from friends who have extras. I just joined the Urban Homesteaders Meet-Up group in Boston, and have been swapping seeds there. The pussy willow is the only non-edible/medicinal thing I grow, except for the plants that were already in the garden. I actually grow the day lilies to eat them...day lily buds are my favorite spring snack. I know a bunch of wild stands of them in a few safe areas around the city, so I always grab a bunch when I am nearby!

My goal for this month...get cinder blocks and make a raised bed. Start peas this weekend along the chain link fence (ghetto-tabulous!) and start my beans in my tp seed starters. I grow beans along the chain link too...

I'm going to try to dumpster dive garden stores for ripped bags of soil, plus I have permission from my old community garden to have some compost. I help weed and do projects for them in exchange for compost and all the nettles and rhubarb I can eat!

When I go to Maine on the 23rd-24th I will bring home 2 bags of seaweed for fertilizer to dig into the raised bed.

I'm trying to figure out if I dare bring my worms over. They live at my boyfriend's house right now. We have a massive rat problem and I am afraid that the rodents would chew through their bin and eat them. Hurray for urban gardening.

That's it for me, for now...
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20  Re: How My Garden Grows Swap (sign up March 20-April 2) Sendout by May 8 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by amymisha on: March 31, 2010 11:06:49 AM
I'm so ghetto-tastic I grow my beans and peas along the chain link fence in my yard.  Make a great trellis, and makes it look a little prettier! Ghettolicious!

Manage to get a picture just now.  Yes, a headboard.  It worked great last year.  Got it from Goodwill.  That colorful stuff hanging from the shepherds hook are melted plastic bead ornaments.  I used to hang them from a dead tree, but the owners have since had it cut down, so now they are on the little shepherds hook.




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