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21  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Re: Adventure Time Credits Bugs! on: June 26, 2011 11:03:03 AM
This is so adorable! Is it possible for you to link to the original mouse pattern? I want to see the comparison between these and the mouse.
22  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Re: Happy lil Hippo! *With Pattern!* on: June 26, 2011 11:00:27 AM
THE most ADORABLE hippo in the history of plushies.

End of story.
23  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Itself / Re: *Report Questionable Ads Here* on: June 25, 2011 07:10:35 PM
yep! that's how it is. As long as I know it's not a bug, I'll get used to it.
24  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Itself / Re: is it just me or has the loading of craftster pages gone really slow lately on: June 25, 2011 07:06:40 PM
I recently have days when the pages load sooooooooo slowly, first the go blank, then I refresh and it goes to the skeleton of the page, not the real page.
25  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Itself / Re: *Report Questionable Ads Here* on: June 25, 2011 07:04:12 PM
I got the love camera right now in this thread too. Oddly enough, the ad is not on the top of the page or the bottom. It's between replies, which is both odd and extremely annoying because it makes me assume that it's the bottom of the page.
26  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects / Re: A Mid-Summer Nights Dream on: June 25, 2011 10:53:57 AM
wha! So pretty.
27  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Hair Degreaser? on: June 19, 2011 06:28:04 PM
They do have dry shampoos out there. You could also make these;

➢ When your hair feels oily and dirty, apply some amount of plain cornstarch to the hair roots. Blend cornstarch properly with your hair and brush it out. The cornstarch soaks up excess oil and removes the dirt.
➢ Make a mixture of baking soda and ground oatmeal, one cup each. Keep this in air tight container in your bathroom. Like cornstarch, this also absorbs oil and dirt from your hair.
➢ Make a mixture of 1 teaspoon baking soda, oatmeal and fragrant herbs of your choice. Sprinkle this on your hair, massage your scalp for 5 minutes and brush the powder off.

about a tablespoon of cornmeal. This will zap the oil and dirt, and leave your hair shiny. Some people like to use half cornmeal, half cornstarch. Others use just cornstarch.
You can also try baking soda, or baby powder. Baby powder may be the easiest to apply, because of the container it comes in, which makes it easy to sprinkle onto your hair.

28  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Hair Degreaser? on: June 18, 2011 04:16:08 PM
Oh yay! something I can answer.
Okay: for homemade remedies we have the vinegar.
White vinegar works, but apple-cider vinegar is better ( it smells less)
A good amount to make for long hair is 1/2 tablespoon of vinegar to 1 cup of water.
You simply apply it to your hair, and work it in a bit, then wash it off and apply conditioner.
Baking soda also works well:
1/2 cup of baking soda
    3 cups of very warm water

Mix the two together just before getting into the shower. I keep a plastic spoon or fork so that I can even mix it while in the shower to get more baking soda in the water and less at the bottom of the container. I mix it in a old cleaned out plastic food container, but a plastic water bottle will work great too. Just be sure to make a new mixture of the baking soda hair cleaner each time you use it.
On the days that I do the baking soda hair wash, which is about 4 times a month, I have my container ready to go just before I jump into the shower. Then once my hair is wet in the shower I get in and pour the baking soda hair wash over my head and start massaging it into my hair and scalp.

It's a weird feeling to get used to at first when you are used to the sudsy feel of shampoo's. There are no bubbles here and it will actually feel a little gritty. Kind of like your pouring baking soda water on your head =P

I don't leave it in for long, Once I'm convinced I have cleaned all of my hair and scalp I start washing it out. I take much more time to make sure I have the baking soda hair wash completely out of my hair then with regular shampoo just because I want to make sure there is no powdery residue left. I finish washing the rest of me in the shower and I don't use a conditioner.
-shamelessly copied that off the interwebz.

For store-bought gunk, try using a sulfate-free shampoo. Basically, the reason people do the conditioner-only method is to get rid of the sulfates in shampoo (because they kill your hair) But if you use a sulfate-free shampoo, then your hair gets clean without the harmful chemicals.

Hope I could help.
29  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Strawberry and Spinach Smoothie on: June 17, 2011 02:23:48 PM
that looks yummy. I Want it now.
30  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Nyan Cat Perler Bead Creation on: June 15, 2011 04:07:25 PM
Nyan Nyan Nyan!!!!!

I think that sums up my reaction pretty well, don't you think?
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