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Elise Ray says ...
My mom used to make the greatest costumes.... I was a eastern Indian lady....a length of material fashioned into a sari & a red lipstick dot on my farhead..... a hobo was another...an old sport coat with patches sewn on, large pants held up with a piece of rope & the handle from the plunger with a bandana attached....then Mom burnt a cork to make my face look dirty....I won 3rd place with this one!
10/22/2007 1:29:32 PM CDT
Elise Ray says ...
My mom used to make the greatest costumes.... I was a eastern Indian lady....a length of material fashioned into a sari & a red lipstick dot on my farhead..... a hobo was another...an old sport coat with patches sewn on, large pants held up with a piece of rope & the handle from the plunger with a bandana attached....then Mom burnt a cork to make my face look dirty....I won 3rd place with this one!
10/22/2007 1:29:33 PM CDT
Franny Egan says ...
Like many people we use the trunk of our car to store clothing for the dry cleaner. In a plastic bag from your favorite cleaner stow soiled shirts, sweaters, suits, written instructions for repairs, etc. When your arrive at the dry cleaning store you have all the soiled clothes in a re-used clear plastic bag. No rush & no forgetting. When you return home with the clean clothes, take off the metal hangers and put on wooden ones in your closet. Pile up these metal hangers along with the claim check for what you dropped off in a clean clear bag supplied by the cleaners and repeat the process. Waste is minimized, no missed items & your hard working dry cleaner gets to re-use the clean metal hangars.
01/06/2008 1:38:06 AM CST
Jweekley says ...
Our church has a fall festival and one of the booths is a costume exchange. Bring your last year's costume and exchange it for a different one.
09/09/2011 2:10:12 PM CDT
Lawanda says ...
Short, sweet, to the point, FREE-exactly as inrfmoatoin should be!
10/01/2011 6:30:45 AM CDT

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