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51  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / copenhagen snuff lids on: July 13, 2005 08:58:43 PM
My fiance dips (yea gross, i know) and we always have TONS of copenhagen lids that he can pop off the rim and make it a flat (sharp) circular... disc. They are just too nifty to toss but i really have no clue what to do with them... average size for a snuff can is probably 3inches in diameter. its golden and tin.

Thanks in advance!
52  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / photography - fire angel! on: June 09, 2005 04:24:29 PM
I took this shot in college station TX using a minolta maxxum 4- 35mm. I promise I didn't touch the photo in anyway with photoshop except to put a copyright notice on it. Yea the copyright takes away from it, but I don't want anyone to steal her!!! (i don't have enough money to pay for a digital watermark yet so bear with me)


53  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Travel kit to india!? on: June 03, 2005 11:07:07 AM
My fiance's sister is going to india June 11th for a month doing a mission trip for tsunami relief. I talked to her yesterday and she told me that she's not much for spicy food. The people doing the trip pick what the kids will eat that day (they do bring peanut butter), and she's afraid she won't like a lot of the food.

I wanted to make her an India survival kit. She already has a journal so I was going to make a small canvas bag w/ a pen holder for that. My mom and I were going to get 7-8 boxes of granola bars but we have no clue what you can take to india and what you can't, i've looked hard on the net for it but can't seem to find it. 

So does anyone have any other suggestions?

Thanks SOOO much in advance
54  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / toss me some ideas on: May 20, 2005 11:18:37 PM
I've been reading tons and tons of posts for about 3 hours on this thread. I want cheap yet creative ideas for favors for all my guests.
I love the single use soap idea but am quite afraid of it because i've never tried soap before.

The wedding although semi formal almost casual has a small texas town-small wedding feel its going to have about 150-175 ish guests. (way more than i ever expected)

Our wedding will be at his parents church and the reception will be held at the firehouse in Bastrop, TX. He is a volunteer firefighter there and is another reason we have so many guests! We have a whole other family!

Our colors are a deep red, almost off white ( i think they call its candle light?), and navy blue. its very patriotic for the date of september 3rd, but hey, this is MY wedding!! LOL!

Here's the thing, people suggest we do some sort of a september 11th theme for our wedding because he's a fireman and our wedding is in september. NO! this is more of a day of mourning not the "happiest day of our lives!"

Also, The firehouse is very large and I'm thinking its going to become difficult to decorate. I'm thinking red berry garlands around buffet and cake tables. I have a white dress, my maid of honor is in a deep red dress, my fiance is wearing more than likely a black tux with maybe a blue vest (haven't looked yet just an idea).

we are doing this stuff called photofetti (www.photofetti.com)

my flowers are miniature red and off white daisies. Although i haven't even started on bouqets or anything.

I fell so very rushed!!!

thanks in advance!

55  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / embroidered patches on: November 18, 2004 08:27:26 AM
My boyfriend is a firefighter with tons of those embroidered patches of the course work he has completed. I am buying him a windbreaker-pullover type jacket (like you see coaches at baseball games wear) for christmas and wanted to sew on the patches. Having never done this before and not wanting to mess up these priceless patches, I was wondering if someone could give me an explaination of how to do it. Some are "rocker" type patches that curve like a smile (if that makes sense) others are round and some are rectangular. I just really don't want to mess them up. Should I attempt this myself or should I take it somewhere (i just figured I could do it if i knew how).

Thanks so much in advance!!
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