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    Oh, I also forgot a bought two bras and 2 pairs of PJ pants.

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    Me me me......totally hooked. Keep looking up k-mart hacks. Bought a little aqua dipped stool today that's sitting in my front entrance way with a plant on it.

    I turned the shadow boxes into fairy houses for my DD's fairy doors. We put some fake grass in the bottom, popped some little roses in, used craft paper to line the walls. The girls love to change them around. One currently has trolls in her fairy house, and the other has la la loopsy tinies. I stuck them to the walls with the 3M double sided velcro, so they are at kid height and easy to change around/play with. Here they are when they were a work in progress. We've added a few things since fairy house1.jpg fairy house2.jpg

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    They look awesome! I wonder if DS1 would like this for his Lego men. Good idea!

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    my recent Kmart win (besides the 2 pineapple lamps I bought) was 3 pairs of flannelette pj pants for $3 each. super cute print too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    They look awesome! I wonder if DS1 would like this for his Lego men. Good idea!
    Yeah, they are really cool. Easy to put different things in. I now keep a look out for tiny furniture (actually I found a random thumb sized coffee machine from a shopkins set or something so now it sits in the garden so the fairies can have coffee), little fairies/dolls etc.

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    Lol i work at kmart and i spend way too much money there!!

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    The last thing I bought were a couple of pairs of ankle boots for $9.50 each. I generally split my patronage between K-mart, Big W, and Target.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meandmyboys82 View Post
    Lol i work at kmart and i spend way too much money there!!
    oh man, you would spend heaps.

    I spent about $60 today stocking up on paint/craft paper/sticky tapes/playdoh/butchers paper/stick on jewels etc in the hope that it would keep the kids amused during the school holidays...well they opened every single thing after school tonight, its currently every where and I really need to find the energy to clean it all up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    It totally doesn't go with the decor of our house but I don't care. I love it.
    I've actually planned my decor around it. I'm obsessed with Caribbean chic so it works anyway

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    I bought the $3 blackboards on stands that I'll use as table numbers for our wedding.

    Also was surprised at the new baby clothes they had


 

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