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11  UNITED STATES / Alabama / Re:where are you from on: March 26, 2004 01:15:48 PM
I live in B'ham, in Homewood.
just found this site yesterday. I buy and scavenge lots of craft materials - more than I ever deal with - thinking of having a yard (apt) sale.

There are lots of home decorating/furnishing stores, art galleries etc close by and I find a lot of interesting stuff on my walks. I love to assemble the craft materials but often run out of steam beore I get a project finished. Still, I get more crafts done than anyone else I know.

I knew there must some more crazycrafters in this city, but this site is the first time I've run across them. I love to make things out of unlikely items.

I collect fabrics, samples of different kinds like wallpaper books, builders samples, framers sample corners (they're so beautiful - what to do with them?). etc etc.
Wish I had a carpentry/refinishing shop and the skills to go with it. And a manager to make me finish my projects.

Arts and crafts are just a fun way to pass the time. My daughter and grandkids live in California so I don't get to see them much. After I get home from work I like to plan my next project (usually someone's birthday present). I've been making aprons lately for my sisters - looking for clever ideas.

12  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / WHAT TO DO WITH FORMICA SAMPLES on: March 26, 2004 07:16:51 AM
i have a couple hundred formica samples. they are about 2" x 1.5" in size, with a hole in one end, various colors and textures. they are very rigid and I don't know how to cut them. any ideas about what to do with them? Huh
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