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Old 08-11-2018, 10:01 PM
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Bought more crafting items yesterday to continue some steampunk crafts, tomorrow is pay day so my Amazon basket is already full lol, but that does include a Christmas present for my Husband.
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Old 13-11-2018, 04:25 PM
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Old 14-11-2018, 12:00 AM
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I did another search on Amazon for a decent gluten and corn free tortilla. They do have one but I have to buy 48 tortillas. That's their minimum order. I just tried making them from scratch. I'll try them tonight for dinner. We will see.
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Old 14-11-2018, 12:23 AM
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I bought Christmas presents for the only two remaining members of my family. So they have a few presents each. I wanted to get it done early as they need some fiddling with (my Aunt's have to be re-shaped so they will go through her letter box! She is nocturnal, and parcel post won't get to her if it won't go through her letter-box!)
That will involve me in some creative thin box-making projects! haha
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Old 14-11-2018, 12:45 AM
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At Goodwill, I found two big cones of handspun wool yarn in a natural brown for $6. That would probably be $30-$40 worth of yarn bought new, and it's nice quality. This weekend, I'll crochet slipper-socks from it, then felt them. I want to make them with a split between the big toe so I can wear flip-flops with them; that way I won't have to mess with regular shoes when I have to take the dog out or fetch the mail.

I also bought a big bag of sequins and stray buttons for $4. Last year, I discovered that if you lay sequins between sheets of baker's parchment and iron them on High, they flatten out, become slightly irregular, and have a pearly sheen to them, rather than being glitzy. Not being a glitzy kind of girl, I never imagined I'd one day want to sew sequins all over everything, but I've spent a lot of relaxing evenings stitching melted sequins onto otherwise plain clothes, and I get a lot of compliments on them. As for the buttons, I'm making holiday ornaments for co-workers to clear out scraps of fabric from my stash, and will use those (and some of the sequins) for that project.

On my list is a pair of men's khakis in my size, as I've shrunk out of the ones I've got. I found two pairs of jeans-style pants at Goodwill that would have worked, but because of the yoke in back they're harder to alter at the waist, so I gave them a pass because I know the right kind will turn up before long.
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Old 14-11-2018, 03:07 PM
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Brandless is having a special offer for the homeless in California. 3 meals for each order. I just ordered organic brown rice, organic basmati rice, organic hot pineapple salsa, organic taco seasoning packets, organic sweet potato chips, organic lentil soup, organic vegetable broth, wild caught albacore tuna and gluten free cranberry orange muffin mix. All for $24!
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