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  1. Home Decorating
    The discussion in the general chat forum about new furniture got me lusting again. The Christmas Tree Shop flyer showed up today and they have a slip cover set for $39.99. I'd have to measure my couch to see if its a possibility but has anyone actually used a slip cover and liked the way it...
  2. Laundry
    Do you all know what I am talking about??? The ones with the elastic around it?? I have the hardest time folding them and making them look nice to put them away and I have like 20 of them. What do I do with them?!
  3. General Chat
    I made a two layer cake tonight and do not have a cake dome or any container big enough to fit it in. It's frosted with store bought frosting. How should I go about storing it? Foil?
  4. Question and Answer
    I remember in europe especially in the alps people would hang there down comforters out the window to air out. Recently I learned that when the air is below freezing it also helps to kill any bacteria or germs. (forget which one) Since right now it is in the 20's outside I decided to put some...
  5. Utilities
    Well, many of you probably do this. I have heard of this but yesterday realized needed to do something about it. It has been extremely windy here lately. I keep most electric things unplugged. So yesterday I went to plug in my stereo and noticed that the wind was coming in from the outlet...
  6. Question and Answer
    My kitchen is very small. It is well planned out though so that I have enough storage. It is counter space that I am lacking. I do alot of things on a card table. The card table has sort of a fake leather like top. I would really like to convert this top or cover it with something that I...
  7. General Chat
    I'm in need of make-up and don't want to spend a fortune. Has anyone ever used "Sheer Cover" or "Bare Minerals" ? :feedback: It seems like a good price for what's in the package. Thanks.:
  8. Homesteading and gardening
    Cover Crop 14 February 2009 Cover Crop The cover crop of red annual clover was planted in 2008 as space became available upon removal of vegetables. This last week of February 2009 was quite warm for several days, and the snow has disappeared for now. The...
  9. Sewing
    I was just given a portable table top ironing board for DD#1. I'd like to make a good new cover for it before passing it on. Any ideas how? Thanks. Jean
  10. Homesteading and gardening 16 October 2008 Cover Crop Growing well. The spaces of no growth were occupied by plants when seeding the clover. Summary: Preparing Garden for Spring 2009
  11. Frugal Living
    I've heard that you can save money on electricity by covering the water heater. I'm afraid this will start a fire. Do they make items specifically for this purpose or are you just supposed to use a blanket? Thanks!
  12. Homesteading and gardening Cover crop growing. The cover crop of double cut red annual clover has germinated and is growing well. Summary: Preparing Garden for Spring 2009
  13. Homesteading and gardening
    Hi Fellow Gardners This is sort of a late post but if you live in NE ohio cover your outdoor and garden plants there is a frost warning tonite. IN fact, I left the house at 5:30 a.m. this morning and I had to defrost my car windows. Lost about 6 tomato plants. I'm really getting sick of...
  14. General Chat
    I just wanted to share this link to Parenting magazine,,, you can put your child's pic on the cover. It's really kinda fun.You can then email them or print them.
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  16. Utilities
    My MIL does this... late in october she covers all her windows with plastic using double stick tape. We have a drafty house and I'm tempted to try it myself. Does anyone else do this?
  17. Make It Yourself
  18. Freebies
    Free Magnets, Bookmarks & More from Cover the Uninsured
  19. Freebies
    Get your Free Outlet Cover Sample Here! Never paint over your Outlets or Light Switches Again!!
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