Monthly Archives: January 2010

Pink Dress Series #5 After exhausting almost every permethrin cream otc canada ounce of the famous pink dress we were only left with several scraps.  There is only one thing to do with pink scraps…barbie clothes!  With a little velcro … Continue reading

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Pink Dress #4 There was a little pink flower on the dress. By simply removing canada prescription- cialis cost it and sewing a ribbon around it, I was able to attach it to a hair band. Only 1 project to … Continue reading

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Pink Dress Series #3 So, I think that Lauren was jealous of the vest we made last week because she was so excited when the top of viagra generico indiano the pink dress morphed into a little pink vest that … Continue reading

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Pink Dress Series #2 Here is Anna sporting the lovely scarf made from the bottom of the pink dress.  By cutting off the bottom of the dress I was viagra from china presented with a nice child-scarf-size piece of fabric.  … Continue reading

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This is the first of 5 Pink Dress re-purposing posts. In the beginning there was the pink dress. Then the pink dress was too small. Then we thought, “how many things can you make from one pink dress?” It turns … Continue reading

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Ice-Cream Bank: Re-purpose idea #25 Today we decided to make piggy banks out of plastic ice-cream containers.  I, Melany, am trying to teach my girls about saving money and being good stewards of what they have.  I decorated the plastic … Continue reading

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Today’s re-purposing idea: Notepads Since Melany and I have children who love to draw and color, we tend to keep a lot of scrap paper around  (just in case a dinosaur or princess must be drawn.) Scrap paper spain amoxicillin … Continue reading

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What did we re-purpose today?  Well, this is one that I, Melany, stumbled upon while making toast.  I proventil online used the last piece of bread in the loaf and put the bread sack in a drawer (by the way, … Continue reading

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Re-purposing project #23-Jars! This one comes from my (Carol’s) dear sister-in-law, Phyllis. She and her hubby like to buy fresh herbs and spices in bulk, so Phyllis has saved jars from pasta sauces and previous spices to put their new … Continue reading

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Re-purpose project of the day: A Bag-o-Bags! We have really tried to cut down our plastic bag usage. However, once and a while we go to the store, ad before we can show the cashier the pile of reusable bags, … Continue reading

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