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1  Re: Going green for junior high kids? in What the heck can I do with THIS? by tiffanytomato on: March 04, 2008 06:34:44 PM
Soda bottles / water bottles are also a good material to work with because they're usually so plentiful.

Here's an idea to take a clean and empty soda bottle, cut it off at the top, punch holes around rim, and thread ribbon around it. You can also forego the ribbon, for a less frilly version.
The little compartments at the bottom of the bottle make a good spot to hold various household supplies - like paperclips, safety pins, etc. Or you could use it as a candy dish. Soda is usually full of sugar anyway. Why not fill it back up with sugar?

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2  Re: Just acquired LOTS of comics books - now what? in What the heck can I do with THIS? by tiffanytomato on: March 04, 2008 06:25:23 PM
Love the wallpaper idea.

You could also tear out some of the pages and cover a small jewelry box by gluing it on.

Or make the pages into small envelopes. Take a small envelope that you got in the mail, unfold it and use that as a template. Trace around it, fold it back up and tape together.
Mail a message to your favorite comic in your favorite comic.
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