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emortis13
« on: February 09, 2007 09:49:43 PM »

Hello, I recently found a post about 100 yen shops and had a happy heart attack. Only, the thread is old, and I cant sew or knit all fancy like. So I wish to do the same thing but in reverse.

Several options

I can send you American stuff. I am from MN, we have some things I am told other states dont {I have no idea what, maybe you do} and sometimes I can get a hold of tribal Indian things from two different reservations. One in MN and the other in SD. Both Lakota.

Or...

Give me links to 100-yen websites that I can order from.

Or

I can order though you, reimburse you for the shipping and the items, and give you a little extra money for being my personal shopper.


Any of these sound good?
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feltcafe
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2007 03:47:28 AM »

hi,
i sell some japanese supplies in my etsy shop, and would be happy to be your personal shopper. send me a PM or get in touch with me on etsy www.feltcafe.etsy.com.
cheers,
liz
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