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1  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Writing a book- a differant kind of paper craft ;) on: June 27, 2005 12:38:06 PM
(Not sure where I should  post this so feel free to move it if there's a better location for it!)

I've decided that I want to write a book, a whole new level of creativity! The title of my book is, "Surviving the Teens: A guide for young adults and thier parents". (It may change, but I'm really happy with that title so far!) Basically, I'm writing about the various things that most teens go threw and how the young adults and the parents should handle them. Style, diet, sex and sexuality, drugs, etc. I have a great deal of ideas and a lot of content so far, but before I finish writing, and definately before I edit and publish, I would like to hear from both teens and parents about what questions or concerns you may have in your lives and what topics you'd like to see addressed in the book. The idea of this book is to help parents and teens communicate with each other, respect each other, and improve thier over all relationship with each other, as well as help make informed decisions and answer common questions and concerns that both young adults and parents have! Any comments, questions, or suggestions are welcome, although I can not gaurantee they all will be included in the book. Thank you for your input!  Wink
2  Pennsylvania / Pennsylvania: Southwest / Ceramic arts in Pittsburgh on: March 05, 2005 11:45:06 AM
Hi! I was wondering if anybody had any suplies that they didn't need anymore, like a kiln, fire bricks, clay, or anything of the sort that they are willing to give or sell cheap. Also, is there anyone in Pgh that is interrested in, or has done any Raku firing, that would like to help me build a kiln and fire this summer? Or if there's someone in the area who has a kiln (any kind) and would allow me to fire some things this sumer and fall I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!  Cheesy
3  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions / paper toys/paper models...making an antique phone??? on: December 12, 2004 12:32:42 PM
I want to make an antique looking phone out of paper. I have looked on many sites for paper toys and paper models, but could not find any patterns or instructions for any type of phone! I would really like to make one of those candle stick type phones, but any antique phone would do! We recently bought an old victorian style house, and it has an old phone area on the wall that looks really cool, and I want to put an antique phone there, but they are so expensive! So I thought I could make one! Anybody know how??? 
4  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / sewing machine for $25! on: November 22, 2004 09:23:22 AM
I'm not sure where would be appropriate to post this, but I thought it would be nice to inform people that target has an online special on a portable sewing machine for $24.99! Here's a link:
I think it would be great for people living in dorms or apartments because it doesn't take up a lot of space, and it's really inexpensive, so it's perfect for up poor craftsters!  Wink 
Just wanted to share!  Cheesy
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