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Thursday, August 5, 2010

My Creative Space



Why would you use paper when you can recycle??










Getting some stock ready for the markets.

I LOVE this idea don't you?

Check out who else is playing this week over at Kootoyoo

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15 comments:

  1. Such a simple idea. But we still need it stuck in our faces to tell us how good it is & to make us actually do it! Thanks!
    good luck with the market!

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  2. Yes, I agree, fabulous idea! I rediscovered these a few months ago, and my two daughter's love this "new" way of wrapping their friend's gifts when we go to parties now!!

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  3. Wow how very clever, I love it perfect for wrapping gifts of any sort.

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  4. Excellent! I want to try this out!!! Thanks Jenni! xxx

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  5. Very clever! And lovely fabrics to boot. Wishing you a wonderful weekend :)

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  6. Wow - that looks really fascinating. Me thinks I might need to practice my furoshiki skills. (Thanks for teaching me something new for the day)

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  7. I do love furoshiki. So when and where is the market? How exciting. I hope you sell lots.(and please don't tell me if its warm there, I wont be able to cope.)

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  8. Hi Jenni!
    Do you do markets regularly? It'd be lovely to see your stall on you blog!
    Love the recycling idea, good on you for promoting it.. hope you sell heaps!

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  9. i stopped using plastic so long ago and i can't believe how much i must have once used. good luck with the bags. i must look out for them.
    My Creative Space

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  10. That is fabbo! What a great diagram! Good luck at the market.

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  11. that IS a great idea, i'll be saving that image for later!

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  12. I've never heard of this material. Is it like fabric? I think it must be peculiar to Australia? Because I've never heard of it in the states. Google-time, I guess. I'm intrigued.

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  13. Best of luck with the markets. These are just so lovely and so clever!

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  14. Lovely to meet you:) Thanks so much for stopping by my blog:) Enjoy the chocolate coconut squares recipe.
    xo
    Linda

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