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1  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Earlobe Stretching: Pictures? on: July 10, 2005 01:41:39 PM
My mom is dead set against ANY of her children getting the earlobe stretching done, and she threatens to leave us, or never contact us again if we get it done when we are adults.

But, I was hoping if she saw some pictures of what it looks like, it might change her mind.  So, I was wondering if anyone had soem pictures (whether of their own ears, or on a peircing website.) of the different gauges and stuff?  I figure if she see's what the less extreme ones look like, she might budge alittle...
2  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Websites with peircing info? on: July 06, 2005 09:07:18 PM
My lil sister (11, same one I mentioned before) wants to get a facial peircing when she is older.
But, she says she wants to find aout more about it, to know for the future.  I was hoping you guys could recommend some links.  If you want to know what peircings she wants, just ask.
3  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Question concerning ear peircings on: July 06, 2005 08:58:29 PM
My little siter (11) wants her ears to be peirced SO badly.  But people advise not to get it done with a gun at the mall.  If not there, WHERE should she get it done?
4  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Making helmet hair look good? on: July 06, 2005 08:40:02 PM
Okay, my mom cut my hair to mid neck length and well...I wanted em-ish short hair and i got....helmet hair! gasp! shock! horror!
Its very poofy and curly, and thick and turns at the tips.
What can I do to make it look GOOOOD?!? It looks horrid.  And it has to be cheap, because basically all my moms income is going into making MORE income (ebay auctions, shipping stuff to customers) and I have 0 income of my own.  All I have for styling is some spray gel and moose and hair spray.  Pathetic, I know.  I'm a horrible girl :p

Also, this may be stupid, but I was hoping I might be able to do something like one of these, because I'm not opposed to getting my hair cut again.

5  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Yoplait mask *tutorial!* on: April 29, 2005 06:50:20 PM
This is a great facial mask.  What is awesome about it is, if you have dry skin, you'll have a more normal, in-between type skin.  And if you have oily skin, you don't see a diffrence really.  This has also helped to flatten out and calm down some of my pimples, ect.

Yoplait raspberry diet yogurt (I don't think you have to use raspberry, its just what I used)
Sugar (about a cups worth.)
1 spoon
2 wash rags or facial towels, with 2 normal towel

Wrap your hair up in the normal towel to avoid getting yogurt in your hair ( A shower cap woulkd work fine if you don't have any clean towels.)
Cover yourself with the other towel to avoid yogurt on your clothes.  Dampen one of the facial  or wash rags, leave the other dry and nearby, you will need it later.

Mix the yogurt and sugar and spread it on your face a few times with the spoon. Then massage into your face till you feel your ready to remove it.  Remove it using the dampened wash rag, and wipe off any left over yogurt with the dry one.

If all goes right, you will have baby soft skin, and smaller pimples.
6  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Books covers? on: March 11, 2005 10:18:03 PM
I have some short storys of mine that I want to give to my mom for a present, but I can't figure out a good way to make a cover (as in, hard cover book that I fixed up to make look like new?) to put the pages in :/ 
I also can't figure out how I could do it without using acrylic paints.

I have some old hardcovers that I can take the original pages out of, but I still can figure out how to amke the new papers fasten in and still be turnable
7  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Mother's Day / Easy mothers day gifts for a reader and sewer? on: March 11, 2005 10:00:58 PM
My mom and I fight, but holidays are usually the calmest days we have.  This is why I want to make her something REALLY great for mothers day AND easter (which apparently doesn't have a page here O_o) 

She sews, But since she runs a dress making buisness, I'm not sure if I want to give her something  work oreiented because I look at it as almost as dumb as buying a secretary a file cabenet.

But, she LOVES to read, so I was thinking something like a bookmark and maybe some short storys of mine might be a good gift?  You see, shes my main source of income so if I buy her something, it would be her buying her present O_O;;;

She is also trying to write scripts, so maybe something that involves both Movies and books?

Her intrests
Victorian ages
8  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Dvd box = PENCIL HOLDER! (TUTORIAL!) on: March 06, 2005 06:14:01 AM
(Pictures coming when my cameras flash is fixed or my mom lets me use hers.)


What you will need:

a dvd box
duct tape
What you will do:

remove  paper from behind plastic covering
tape oaround dvd box, making sure to leave a space about... this wide (           ) at top.  Finally, cover top gap with duck tape. Stick pencils/pens/marker threw duck tape covering top gap.

Weee! Pictures!

9  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Ikea customizing game on: November 24, 2004 09:31:11 PM
Go to ikea.com, find a shelf or something you want to customize.

Open paint or psp or adobe.  Get crackin'!

10  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Dice and rocks and bows, Oh my! on: November 07, 2004 01:08:10 PM
These are my first frames.  All in all the whole thing (vase, frames, dice ect.) cost me around 7 dollars.
I go to a place called "The Dollar Tree" and basically its even better then a  dollar store.
Because at a dollar store, everything is from 3 or 5 dollars.  In the dollar tree EVERYTHING is EXACTLY one Dollar!
They have alot of good crafty stuff too.  If you have on ein your area, I definatly recommend it.

My brother thinks I can sell them.  What do you guys think?
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