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Budget101.com : Re: Book Safe

Hi Jane, I will have to say that your craft projects are very welcomed. I have been working on gifts for Christmas, and more ideas are welcomed. I really like the idea of the book safe, this is very unique and thinking that it can be a gift to make for some of the older family members, this

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    Donna
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    Hi Jane,

    I will have to say that your craft projects are very welcomed. I have been
    working on gifts for Christmas, and more ideas are welcomed. I really like
    the idea of the book safe, this is very unique and thinking that it can be a
    gift to make for some of the older family members, this is such a great
    idea. I'll be looking for more. Thanks Donna
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    >
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    Bladinbern714@aol.com
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    <font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="2" FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">Hi

    Could someone tell me about the book safe? I must of missed that posting and it sounds interesting. Thanks

    Bernie

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    Rachel Lenn Nix
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    Crafts are definitely welcomed on my part!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !

    God bless you,


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    Donna <eddonna@kiski.net> wrote:
    <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"><tt>Hi Jane,

    I will have to say that your craft projects are very welcomed. I have been
    working on gifts for Christmas, and more ideas are welcomed. I really like
    the idea of the book safe, this is very unique and thinking that it can be a
    gift to make for some of the older family members, this is such a great
    idea. I'll be looking for more. Thanks Donna
    >
    >
    >

    </tt>[/quote]




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    Jane Lake
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    Thank you, Donna...good luck with the book safe. Trying to keep the edges
    straight is a bit tricky, but I found a sharp pair of nail scissors worked
    just fine to fix any pages that weren't quite in line!

    Here's a few popular and inexpensive bath time gifts, and I'm going to add
    Christmas gift tags to the bath oil, and make Christmas sachets for the
    Oatmeal Milk Bath Sachet project (I adore this stuff, makes me feel like
    Cleopatra when I'm having a bath, because she was supposed to bathe in
    milk!)

    http://www.allfreecrafts.com/homemade_bath_oil.htm (basically baby oil, a
    recycled jar, and potpourri)

    The Milk Bath recipe follows the link, but you can print individual bath
    sized sachet packets from this page, and I'll be adding Christmas sachets,
    hopefully later today:
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com/milk_bath_sachets.htm
    Oatmeal Milk Bath Recipe
    1 cup of cornstarch
    2 cups skim milk powder
    1/2 cup baking soda (increase this amount if your water is hard)
    1/2 cup oatmeal
    Mix all ingredients in a blender until the consistency of fine powder. Add
    two or three tablespoons to your bath to soothe your soul and soften your
    skin.

    Cut pretty flowers from paper napkins to decoupage a matching jar and shaker
    box, and fill the jar with the above Milk Bath recipe if you like:
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com/decoupa...bath-set.shtml

    This is a nice homemade gift for kids to make:
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com/bathsalts.htm

    Use paint markers, or permanent ink markers, to pretty up a pillbox:
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com/pillbox.htm

    Think that's it for now!

    Jane
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com
    http://www.allfreeprintables.com
    allfreecrafts@yahoogroups.com




    Sent: Sunday, November 09, 2003 11:33 PM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: Book Safe


    > Hi Jane,
    >
    > I will have to say that your craft projects are very welcomed. I have been
    > working on gifts for Christmas, and more ideas are welcomed. I really like
    > the idea of the book safe, this is very unique and thinking that it can be
    a
    > gift to make for some of the older family members, this is such a great
    > idea. I'll be looking for more. Thanks Donna




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    Pattpann@aol.com
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    <font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="2" FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">"WHAT" is a book safe? Thanks!

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    Jane Lake
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    Hi, Bernie,

    You make the Book Safe by hollowing out a hard cover book with an exacto knife,
    and lining it with non-fraying fabric. It is a new free craft project that I
    have posted on my site, and my kids are bugging me to make more...here's the
    link:

    http://www.allfreecrafts.com/homemad...ook-safe.shtml

    Jane
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com
    http://www.allfreeprintables.com
    allfreecrafts@yahoogroups.com
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Bladinbern714@aol.com
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 2:24 PM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: Book Safe


    Hi
    Could someone tell me about the book safe? I must of missed that posting and
    it sounds interesting. Thanks


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    Shawnee
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Pattpann@a... wrote:
    > "WHAT" is a book safe? Thanks!

    It is a book with a space inside cut out for valuables or "treasures"
    that you can "hide" in plain sight on any bookshelf.
    There are also cans made to look like campbell's soup, or coffee
    cans. Back in Hitler's time there were many ingenious ways to hide
    things in pain sight or in hidden furniture compartments.
    It is the same theory as the rock that sits by your door and hides
    your spare house key.
    Shawnee


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    Pattpann@aol.com
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    <font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="2" FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">Excellent and thanks! I had totally forgotten about "those hiding places" of old and yes, I DO remember hearing stories about being "in plain sight." Again thank you for reminding me of the old hiding places. This was really interesting...Ann

 

 
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