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 on: Today at 11:04:50 AM 
Started by lindyv321 - Last post by Whistley
Planning to send on time!

 on: Today at 10:44:31 AM 
Started by sarahknot - Last post by BigBangMomma
In the first far away photo, they look like cherry blossoms on a branch!

I see that too, now that you mention it, but my first thought was they looked like pussy willows.

 on: Today at 10:28:13 AM 
Started by GatorWrangler - Last post by BigBangMomma
Onyxnox, I am sorry the Canada Post has been keeping your packages hostage! How lucky for us, my star snuck through!

USPS changed the rates for int'l flat rate envelopes, so between yours and bec's stars, there is $25 in shipping! (!!!!!!!) I should have stuffed the envelopes with more to make the cost worth it, but custom's forms are annoying! 

Anyway, all of my stars have completed/finished their journey's. I hope they are well-loved, and thanks for picking them!

 on: Today at 10:17:04 AM 
Started by JoyfulClover - Last post by Sharalee
Sharalee, I'm on disability so some of my time is my own, which is one reason I was able to get done so quickly.  I also REALLY like handsewing, it's so meditative.  I'm really proud of how they came out, I hope you like them as much as I do!
How nice for you to have your own time to do things that you want to do. I too love to handsew & it is relaxing. Yes I bet you are very proud of it & I can't wait to receive it in the mail. I'm excited to see what you made. Awhile back I made a kind of a rag doll all by hand. I really enjoyed making her. Thanks "LadybugAndBumbleBees"

 on: Today at 09:32:31 AM 
Started by kittykill - Last post by anna.wahnsinn
I jumped!

 on: Today at 09:13:42 AM 
Started by kittykill - Last post by Onyxnox
I also got Jim to build shelves on the stairwell wall - and he even said that all I will do is fill it with books - but I promised him that it would be to hold pictures and other keepsakes, and for the past two years I lived up to that - it has family pictures and various art on it... but that is not to say that books won't sneak onto there when I redecorate Smiley

 on: Today at 09:07:30 AM 
Started by GatorWrangler - Last post by Mlsocci74
Thank you.  I did get to the doc.  Sprained neck and bruised shoulder.  So just sore now.  Trying to take it easy.  Smiley

 on: Today at 09:04:40 AM 
Started by lindyv321 - Last post by Mlsocci74
So did get checked out and just a sprained neck and bruised shoulder.   So just taking things easy. 

 on: Today at 08:57:34 AM 
Started by lindyv321 - Last post by Onyxnox
If I don't get anything delivered today, then I may have to officially declare myself late in sending - everything is packaged and ready to go - EXCEPT this one last item for part of the package....  I am hating Canada Post right now - I have been getting deliveries, but it is obvious they are holding things up at the depots - I have not had a lot of actual mail - just lots of flyers - including one advertisement to USE Canada Post (rather ironic I thought).

 on: Today at 08:50:04 AM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by gaudiknight
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Arithmancy
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Baby Bear Hat
Project Link: Made using this pattern.
Brief Description: The question being answered here is "what can I make quickly to supplement the woodland themed baby gift I bought for one of my grad-student's new baby?"  Answer: hat with ears!

Class/Challenge/House Pride: Care of Magical Creatures
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Ritz Rolo Combo
Brief Description: These are my go-to "gotta bring something" treat so you've seen them before.  They just barely clock in at the half-hour mark so they're super easy to make.  Just line a lipped baking sheet with ritz crackers, pop an unwrapped rolo on top, and place the pan in a warm oven for a few minutes (your time will vary based on the temperature of your oven - nothing really needs to be precise).  Leave them in long enough to soften but not melt the chocolate and caramel.  Once you've removed the pan from the oven squish another ritz cracker on top and press down to flatten the rolo.  Let sit for a few minutes to cool before transferring them to a plate or container, otherwise you'll have melted chocolate everywhere.

Sorry for the huge pictures.

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