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Thread: I hit the on-line auction lottery

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    We used to put wet (clean) layers of toilet paper sheets in the clay molds and let them dry. It makes cute art pieces. I know it sounds kind of wierd but look under the Brown Bag website it probably tells how to do it.

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    You better go buy a for real lottery ticket! Your luck is running good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryellen2u View Post
    You better go buy a for real lottery ticket! Your luck is running good.
    I keep a Powerball ticket and a MegaMillions ticket running. I won 51 dollars about 10 years ago. All I'm doing is supporting education in Indiana. tee hee
    Bad Spellers of the World
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    Sounds like a bunch of goodies. You could always use the molds as decorations.

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    Pampered Chef sells a lot of clay baking pieces. My daughter used to sell it and got me the whole set. I absolutely love them, anything from pizza stones to bread pans to casserole pans. I NEVER use soap on them. There is a little tool that comes with them that's used for scraping off left over food. But if you let it set in plain water while you're putting things away or something like that, when you get back to it it has loosened and you just have to wipe it clean.
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    CONGRATULATONS!!! enjoy.

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    Sounds like you hit the jackpot! Congratulations!

    Norma

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