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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / ice packs, for lunches? on: August 07, 2006 12:03:14 AM
afte rtalking to my dad about it, and reading about people taking hummus in their lunches..

i asked if hummus would be safein my locker, so i could have some for lunch, even though it needs refridgeration. he said we could get some ice packs for it.
but school doesn't start for another couple of weeks, and i was wondering, if there was any way i could make them?
i've got a couple of more weeks til school starts, and no access to a fridge, when at school.


help me craftster!

[i searched, and i found ice packs but they weren't for food type items. would those work?]

oh, and if this shouldn't be here, i'm sorry. i figured... food? it should be here.
2  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / duct tape and polka dots. on: July 06, 2006 02:51:38 PM



i made this duct tape purse sometime last summer, but i figured i should pop my craftster-project cherry. [i really wanted to post something, but my camera's on the fritz as of now, and i haven't made anything wicked sweet lately.)


the purse is about two inches high and 8.5 inches long, and an inch across the side. it's a rather small purse, so it can't be used for much. the ribbons-strap goes across the shoulder, and i think is about a foot and a half long



oooh, and there's cardboard on the bottom. i'll get better pictures as soon as i can :]

it's being closed by a piece of duct tape, so, if anyone has any ideas for a better closure (i have to replace it nearl yeverytime i use it.) please share <3


sars
3  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / bath bomb-omb bombs! on: July 02, 2006 04:23:01 AM
say that five times fast.



anyways, it's about 6:20 am here, and i spent all night exploring the bath and beauty board (still not done!).

i've never made bathbombs (but this idea has got me very intrigued...!)
it's a burst of genius: but i've never made bathbombs, so i would have no clue at all what i'm doing.


when making bath bombs, do you mold them with your hands?
and if so.. do you think it would be easy or hard, or somewhere in between to make a bath bomb-omb bomb?


(i'm not  sure if this is a totally ridiculous idea or not, i've had a ton of vault and various sodas, and had to get this idea out there.)
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / painting on tee-shirts. on: June 26, 2006 01:35:16 PM
if you're planning on painting on a t-shirt, what are some steps you should take so the paint doesn't come off?
and is there a fabric you'd suggest, or better yet, a paint?
i've never painted on a shirt before, and the only thing i can think of is to pre shrink the fabric, most def.
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