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Topic: I am powerless against this INCHIE addiction!  (Read 735 times)
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« on: February 17, 2012 04:29:51 PM »

So, I decided to try and make a few inchies yesterday.
I think I may have had TOO much fun, because I now have a naked bag of Corn Flakes. I needed the box for making the inchies thicker.
BUT, what made me think I am addicted? The fact that I was *THISCLOSE* to asking the neighbors if I could rifle through their recycling bin. Then I remembered I had cereal stashed away. Next victim, the box from the instant oatmeal.
I am already thinking ahead to Thursday, recycling day, when everyone's cereal boxes go out for collection by the garbage men.
Anyone else rummage through their house, like some sort of possum or raccoon, to look for that ONE craft supply (that may or may not actually be a purchased supply, like me... a bonus that came free with my cereal LOL)

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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2012 12:41:27 PM »

Nope. I rummage through my house like a toddler who can smell chocolate  Cheesy

Anything in my recycling box is fair game. Anything that can be decanted into something else is fair game. Anything I can justify throwing out of my wardrobe is fair game. Anything that I can persuade my husband he doesn't want is fair game. Anything I can do without is fair game. Anything that might need pruning is fair game..........

Look twice, buy once. Nooooo
Look twice, decide I can make one instead.
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