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Topic: Spring Cleaning 2010: Fill a FLAT RATE Box; GALLERY send by 5/22  (Read 7573 times)
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« Reply #30 on: May 20, 2010 06:54:13 AM »

I recieved a big box of fabric from Faux Valentine on Monday and then forgot to post pictures.   Haha do as I say , not as I do!

Anyways check out the loads of neat-o fabric.

The heavy, textured and denim fabrics

PLus a jelly roll sampler from the fat Quarter shop on the left hand side of the photo

Close-up on the awesome texture of the faux snakeskin suede.  Sensing something for Halloween. Also, something that looks like it could be sari fabric. 


Cotton, Novelty and Quilting Fabrics



Thanks so much Faux Valentine.  You rock!
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I have loads of good quality CIGAR BOXES available for trade.  Great for purses, shrines, jewelry boxes.  PM for Pics.

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Oops Creations
« Reply #31 on: May 20, 2010 07:03:11 AM »

Note from the Organizer

SEND OUTS are 5/22.  That's this Saturday

Here is who has not sent as of 5/20 (morning).  Please PM me when you send and when you receive your pkg

amy misha   
angelofmusic
cre8ivegenes (2 boxes)
cxcaitlyn   
flower   (2 boxes)
hoboe   
lady_sepulchre
loudxmouse (2 boxes)
MadGypsy   
maezen   (2 boxes)
mrsjimenez678
sloanlaw   
trisha2010   
volomortuus
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Finally on the Wist Bandwagon:  http://wists.com/OopsCreations

I have loads of good quality CIGAR BOXES available for trade.  Great for purses, shrines, jewelry boxes.  PM for Pics.

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wx2dzug
« Reply #32 on: May 20, 2010 08:42:04 AM »

I received from plucky1_08 today. I will update with pictures a little later. The box was in the worst condition I have ever seen. I looked like it fell off the truck and then got run over a few times. It was wrapped in plastic cord, which was the only thing holding the box together. I understand that things can get damaged in the mail, but this was sent from the same state! Only a few hours away. Luckily nothing seems to have been damaged.
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Trisha2010
« Reply #33 on: May 20, 2010 04:42:39 PM »

I received a very full box from Chrissycrafts yesterday and this is my first chance to post pictures.
 




Chrissycrafts, my favorites were, the Ice cream Cookie molds!! and the Pattern for a dress.My sister whipped out the Joann's ad, so she could show me all about the memorial day sale,just so we could buy fabric to make her a dress Roll Eyes I am super pleased with the mod podge also I have been meaning to buy some as I recently ran out, so you have excellent timing.
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« Reply #34 on: May 20, 2010 04:59:37 PM »

I'm glad you can use all the stuff! p.s. the piano book and the slides i hope you can use for your journaling; the bean bags i hope you can use with your niece and nephew! Cheesy
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« Reply #35 on: May 20, 2010 05:30:48 PM »

I was actually going to bring the bean bags with me tomorrow, to have my nephew help me fill them.He is going to love it Smiley
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« Reply #36 on: May 20, 2010 06:35:42 PM »

I received from plucky1_08 today. I will update with pictures a little later. The box was in the worst condition I have ever seen. I looked like it fell off the truck and then got run over a few times. It was wrapped in plastic cord, which was the only thing holding the box together. I understand that things can get damaged in the mail, but this was sent from the same state! Only a few hours away. Luckily nothing seems to have been damaged.

You know it's things like this that make you not have any trust in the postal service.  That is ridiculous, just because I say nothing is fragile or breakable doesn't mean I give permission for you to run it over with the truck.  Maybe I'll start respecting mail carriers more when they start respecting the packages I'm paying them to deliver.  Sorry that happened. 
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« Reply #37 on: May 20, 2010 09:30:21 PM »

I want to apologize BIG TIME to LINDSAY614 for lagging at getting these pictures up.  She knows the reason, but I feel bad that it took me forever.  I loved everything.  the loot was WONDERFUL with a little mix of everything....  this was my first swap and i for sure was not disappointed. 

So here is the loot in its entirety. the entire bottom is covered with 12x12 scrapbooking paper, she also sent the prettiest fabric swatches, cookie cutters, christmas towels, a paper tearer, scrapbooking paper in many different sizes, a pretty green beaded ribbon... she sent these tiny little metal words. "Hope" (my stepdaughters name).. and "wisdom". um... she sent a clear stamp block, stamps, glue tape, wire alphabets, sticker alphabets, felt, gift card holders, a gingham mini scrapbook... clothespins... you get the picture... she hooked me up! THANKS LINDSAY614 this was awesome!





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« Reply #38 on: May 20, 2010 10:22:24 PM »

Great boxes everyone! Looking at ya'lls', I hope mine is sufficient and that my partner likes it...

Here is my box from Oops Creations (our fantastic organizer!):


The entire box laid out on my card table. The box included a ton of stuff, so here is a short list:
Paper Trimmer, Leather Square Samples, Foam Stamp, Magnets, Tea Bag Carrier, Yarns, Plastic Food Charms, Ribbon, Raffia, Fabric, Tulle, Scrapbooking Paper, Stickers, Mat Board (I think) Samples, Glitter Paint, Tiles, Scrapbook Album

And a few of my favorites:

Raffia and Ribbon


Scrapbooking Paper and Album


Gorgeous Yarns


Huge Envelope Full of Stickers!!!!!


Really great magnets that I put on my fridge, not in my crafting box...


And my favorite (although I had to ask what it was...) - a teabag carrier!!!! How cool is that! I've been using it to carry my tea to school in my bag. Another teacher keeps trying to steal it, so I may have to make her one too!

Thanks so much! This box was great!
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« Reply #39 on: May 20, 2010 11:46:38 PM »

All of these swaps are s great!  I'm hoping I sent enough stuff...
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