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Topic: "My Country Doesn't Have That" Round 9  (Read 13138 times)
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Yarnisfun
« Reply #10 on: October 17, 2007 05:15:22 PM »

Hi I'm Yarnisfun and I claim Lilyola for Reeses, Tootsie pops, and tacky Christmas ornaments Grin.

I'd love to receive from anywhere.

I love yarn, craft magazines, tea, postage stamps, fabric, candy, any craft supplies. I love all things Asian, and architecture.

I knit, crochet, sew, make stuffed toys, and spin my own yarn.

I can't have any scented items (perfume,lotion, candles) due to allergies.

Just about anything would be great.
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« Reply #11 on: October 18, 2007 01:36:10 AM »

Hi, I'm LizzieMcGuire and I claim Yarnisfun for craft magazines, candy and craft supplies/wool. This is my first claim.

I'm from Germany and I'd love to receive from anywhere.

I love yarn, wool, fabric, knitting magazines with patterns for young people (meaning younger than 50  Wink) and candy.

I really need some kool aid, because I dye and spin my own yarn and kool aid is hard to get in Germany (especially changing cherry and ice blue raspberry lemonade).

I'd also be happy to receive any craft supplies!
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« Reply #12 on: October 19, 2007 07:22:59 PM »

I'm Liz, in the US and I claim LizzieMcGuire for kool-aid, candy and knitting magazines.

I don't really have any specific countries in mind, I'd be happy to receive from anywhere!   Cheesy

My Wishlist:
*Postcards- Especially featuring architecture. I find American stuff so bleh. I would love anything with European castles and churches, or Asian shrines, temples or gardens. Or even anything depicting the local lifestyle, like fishing or farming or anything.
*Old maps- I like to see how different civilizations evolved.
*Dolls in your country's traditional clothing.
*Vintage buttons or beads
*Yarn (I'm only really familiar with acrylic, but I'm eager to try something else like bamboo, silk, or alpaca...)
*Fabric with prints usually attributed to your culture
*Coffee or tea native to your area.

Asian specifics:
origami or washi paper
bento boxes and accessories
batik fabric
hand-fans

I've seen somewhere online that a Japanese company makes double ended crochet hooks, those would be way awesome too.  Cheesy
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travelbug
« Reply #13 on: October 19, 2007 11:11:24 PM »

Hi my name is Heather and Im a Canadian who is currently living in South Korea. I claim Dizzylizzy for postcards from Korea, bento accessories, origami or washi paper...and other stuff that find when I go shopping at the markets! This is my first claim.

Id be happy to receive items from any country!

My wishlist:

-a beginners knitting book (with English instructions) that has pictures of the finished items. I would love to learn how to knit socks/mittens/slippers! Oh and some long knitting needles. Ive only seen circular ones here.
-Id like to learn how to do needle felting. Ive seen books here but they arent in English.
-fashion magazine from your country. Its ok if its not in English!
-candy or snacks from your country  Grin
-some cute address labels! My address in Korea is super long.
-fabric from your country
-anything else that you think I might like!
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midori_sour
« Reply #14 on: October 20, 2007 08:05:31 PM »

I claim travelbug for fashion magazines and candy/snacks Smiley

My name is also Heather and I'm from the US, Kansas to be specific Tongue

I'd be happy with anything, but here's a few specifics..

Asia: origami paper, books to learn to do origami, cute stationary, sake glasses, pocky with the strawberry crunchies on it (donno what they really are, my bf likes them though Tongue )

England: mod/retro print stuff, rock music, history books (esp. anything on Henry VIII/Anne Boleyn or Queen Elizabeth I), mint aero bars, postcards, necklaces

France: fashion magazines

US, East coast: anything from my asia wants that you can get in Chinatown, knock off chanel or coach bags/wallets/whatever.. I've heard you can get that stuff very cheap in NYC?

anywhere: cute long sleeved shirts/outfits for a 1 year old boy (size 12 months), postcards with scenery/monuments/whatever from your country, milk chocolates (nothing with nuts or caramel, please, although mint is ok), fashion magazines, photos of interesting things around your town (bonus if they're black and white), incense, makeup: lip glosses or eyeshadows (I am a makeup fanatic), medieval stuff, necklaces, bracelets, touristy stuff
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electronicfly
« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2007 12:43:07 AM »

I claim midori_sour for origami paper, the books, stationary and anything else I can find. This is my first claim.

I'm Ee Fei from Selangor, Malaysia, the country between Singapore and Thailand. No, we do not live in trees.  Tongue

My wishlist:
Stuff I can't find in Malaysia:
Freezer paper, shrinky dinks,Bourjois Effet 3D High Shine Lip Colour 97 (Chair Authentic)
Stuff which are really expensive:
fabric paint (I have Gold and Black), jelly beans,
chocolates, sweets, artsy-fartsy stuff, jewellery, make up (I like nude colours and shimmery stuff)
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purpleone
« Reply #16 on: October 21, 2007 10:24:09 AM »

artsy-fartsy stuff,

What's that electronicfly? (Cross-cultural confusion hurting my poor tiny brain Tongue)
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electronicfly
« Reply #17 on: October 21, 2007 08:04:50 PM »

Artistic stuff, which can be anything. =P
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« Reply #18 on: October 23, 2007 04:05:21 AM »

I claim electronicfly for fabric paint, chocolates and sweets and perhaps some artsy-fartsy stuff and jewellery, depending on what I can find. This is my first claim.

Im Anna from Finland, Central-Ostrobothnia to be exact... not that anyone knows where that is Smiley I'd love to receive from any country!

My wishlist:
- a copy of BUST magazine
- sweets and chocolate (anything peanut flavoured will be devoured upon arrival)
- day of the dead sugar skull mold
- knitting or crochet magazine
- yarn
- fashion magazine (with lot's of pictures, any language is fine)
- t-shirt or other apparel unique to your country
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daemonwildcat
« Reply #19 on: October 24, 2007 03:26:27 PM »

I claim Trillian for Yarn, Knitting or Crochet Magazine, sweets and chocolate and a Fashion Magazine Smiley This is my first claim too.

I'm Christa from New York, USA (not New York City, far from it actually). I'd like to recieve from anywhere but the US.

My Wishlist:

-any fiber for spinning. Especially if it is domestic to your region.
-Yarn- please not acrylic though.
-Newspapers or Magazines from other countries. Bonus if they're not written in english.
-Sweets or Snacks from your country. Or Tea.
-Favorite recipes of your culture/region
-Small paper items like cool pictures/postcards/stamps
-Beads and/or buttons

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