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July 02, 2008

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Amber D.

Shirts are really cute and I hope to try that idea myself. I just have to think of what stencil we need. keep the crafty ideas coming!

Tina

Laura, those are awesome! They turned out really well. I just love your story about going out with older DS to try new ethnic foods. That is wonderful. Does he like sushi? I wish I could get my boys to try some California rolls, at least! I keep trying...I love mango lassi. Yum! I will definitely use some sponge brushes when I get around to trying out the freezer paper stencils. (Hopefully soon.) Thanks for the tips! Have you ever dyed silk scarves (play silks) with kool-aid? That's on my list of fun "crafty" projects for this summer too.

Tina

Laura, those are awesome! They turned out really well. I just love your story about going out with older DS to try new ethnic foods. That is wonderful. Does he like sushi? I wish I could get my boys to try some California rolls, at least! I keep trying...I love mango lassi. Yum! I will definitely use some sponge brushes when I get around to trying out the freezer paper stencils. (Hopefully soon.) Thanks for the tips! Have you ever dyed silk scarves (play silks) with kool-aid? That's on my list of fun "crafty" projects for this summer too.

Lindart

The shirts look awesome! You did a great job!

Lindart

The shirts look awesome! You did a great job!

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