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Friday, September 5, 2008

Rock on Sistah Friends!!

Rock on Sistah Friends!!
gave me this award! Thank you, Marcel!
She been a friend for a long time and we both go to voy.com ,sisters in that blog.
IF you haven't seen her blog please go lot of great things on there .
It is very sweet of you and now I get to pass it on to some of my favorite bloggers!
It is very sweet of you and now I get to pass it on to some of my favorite bloggers! Rock on Sistah Friends!!
All of these are a must see blogs each one well thrill you ! We all love them !
Ok sistah friends here we go!
http://thevictorianlady.blogspot.com/ sweet loving !She rocks!

http://zakkalife.blogspot.com/ check out her tutorial awesome!

Rosemary http://rosespetitemaison.blogspot.com/ by my side check out halloween goodies

Sandra http://sandraevertson.blogspot.com/ oh my what a cool blog! ideas that well blow you away each one of these well help you and thrill you check them out!
Hmm have more but they need send to you hugs
My fellow sistahs, I pass the "torch"!
You rock!!!!!
Quote by ~Ann Landers
Maturity isn't a product of growning older.
It's a product of growing wiser.

Its a fact:
Q: Why is a circular tray that spins around called a "Lazy Susan"? A: Some references date the expression to the beginning of the 20th century. The earliest documented use is from 1934, possibly a copywriter's creation. The device might have been named for a servant it replaced, "Susan" being a common name for servants at that time. "Lazy" might refer to the hostess rather than to the servant, though, or to the ease of rotation in bringing the desired section of the tray to a position directly in front of the guest - who could be lazy as well.

Did You Know? Ancient Egyptians used a mixture of ox-hoof ash, burned eggshells, myrrh, pumice and water to clean their teeth. It wasn’t until 1850 that a formula we would recognize as toothpaste was developed.

Free sample:
Gain With Baking Soda

5 Things to do with tooth paste
1.Prevent fogged goggles
Prevent the problem by coating the goggles with toothpaste and then wiping them off.
2.Clean your piano keys
Clean them up with toothpaste and a toothbrush, and then wipe them down with a damp cloth. Makes sense since ivory is essentially elephant teeth. However, toothpaste will work just as well on modern pianos that usually have keys covered with plastic rather than real ivory.
3.Deodorize Baby Bottles
toothpaste will remove the odour in a jiffy.
Just put some on your bottle brush and scrub away.
Make sure you rinse off the toothpaste thoroughly.
4.Removes scuffs from leather shoes
Just squirt a quick dab on the scuffed area and rub with a soft cloth,
then wipe clean with a damp cloth. The leather will look like new.
5.Clear up pimples
dab a bit of non-gel, non-whitening toothpaste on the offending spot, and it should be dried up by morning. The toothpaste dehydrates the pimple and absorbs the oil. This pimple-clearing remedy works best on spots that have come to a head. WARNING: This remedy may be irritating to sensitive skin. Try it on a small area of skin first.

How to Clean car tires
First, take a hose and spray down each tire. If you're washing with soapy water (which hopefully you are), then take a rag and wipe down each tire with the soapy water, making sure to get all the mud and dirt off of the tire and the hubcap. Then spray the tires down again with some fresh water. The main part of the tire is now clean, and that's definitely the easiest part.
tread on your tires might be quite difficult to completely and thoroughly clean. You'll need a scraper and a rag to go about cleaning the tread. Go all over the tread with the scraper and scrape out any dry mud, grass, gum, whatever, and make sure you scrape it out well. As you do that, take a rag and some soapy water and clean out the tread as you scrape out the unwanted material.

Cheeseburger pie
1lb. hamburger
1 c
1cup chopped onions
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pepper
3 eggs
1 c. shredded Cheddar cheese
1 1/2 c. milk
3/4 c. Bisquick
Brown hamburger, add salt and pepper. Drain. Spread in 10 x 1 1/2 inch lightly greased pie pan. Sprinkle with cheese. Mix all other ingredients and beat 1 minute. Pour into pie pan. Bake at 400 degrees about 30 minutes until golden brown and knife inserted comes out clean.

Crafts and Tutorials
Corrugated candles

Leaf Printing tutorial

Build a concealed room or have secret trapdoors

Have a wonderful day my friend!


HDMac said...

Well, you deserve it, Ginger!!! :) :) :) Love your blog!

kawaii crafter said...

thanks for the award Ginger :)

Ginger said...

You all Deserve it you all Rock!!!((((my sistahs))))