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« on: May 16, 2010 06:00:30 AM »

New baby temporarily in the house, so we have lots of plastic baby food containers. I've used a couple for soap-making to destash, but I'm almost out of soap, and I hate throwing them (or anything V_V) away. I have too many buttons (I use a fishing tackle box for them) for them to be used for buttons, and I'm having the darnedest time thinking of other tiny things that I don't have places for (have places for pins, hair pins, earring backs) Also have amassed a random bunch of other plastic containers (yogurt, soda, food product stuff mostly) that I was using for soap.

Also have 2 dozen roses worth of half-dead rose petals, slowly turning crispy with death. I feel bad, just letting them go to waste. I don't have a garden and the idea of composting was vetoed by others in the house. I DID learn that rose petals in glycerin soap can turn green. Kinda weirded me out.

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