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    subbing. I don't have one artistic bone in my body so need all the help I can get

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    Default The Christmas Ideas Thread 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by cealz View Post
    When you click on the picture it enlarges, then click on it again and it will take you to the site it is from.

    Have fun. Pintrest is addictive

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    Thanks! Can't wait to have a good look around

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    I also wanted to ask what jars I can use to present gifts like body scrubs and also bottles for home made alcohol? I haven't been saving jars up until now and if I can't save enough, where can I buy reasonably priced ones from?

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    I saw some cute jars for sale yesterday just at the local cheapie shop. Have seen them at supermarkets too but tend to be cheaper elsewhere.

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    Also, anyone have a limoncello recipe they can share?

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    Subbing! And be back later to share ideas

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    Default Re: The Christmas Ideas Thread 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by FlipFlop View Post
    I also wanted to ask what jars I can use to present gifts like body scrubs and also bottles for home made alcohol? I haven't been saving jars up until now and if I can't save enough, where can I buy reasonably priced ones from?
    Depending on where you are the reject shop quite often have tall olive oil bottles for $1. they are suitable for alcohol. Plain and simple, yet very effective and look classy.

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    Default The Christmas Ideas Thread 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by FlipFlop View Post
    Also, anyone have a limoncello recipe they can share?
    There was one in last years thread. I'm on my phone but you should be able to find it with a quick search.

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    Can anyone suggest somewhere you can buy craft supplies online? Thanks!


 

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