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Old 05-04-2012, 02:07 PM
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that using hot glue dots on your ruler really works well as non-slip devices....IF YOU PUT THEM ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RULER AND NOT THE TOP!!
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LOL
Kitsie, all I can think is TGIF!! As my DH just said, "It has been a week of Mondays."
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REALLY??? I am so glad I am not the only one that learns these types of lessons!! Thanks for the upbeat end for my day!!
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Good tip. I will try it.
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Old 05-04-2012, 03:16 PM
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thanks for the chuckle
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Originally Posted by Kitsie View Post
that using hot glue dots on your ruler really works well as non-slip devices....IF YOU PUT THEM ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RULER AND NOT THE TOP!!
Thanks for the tip . . . and warning!
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Originally Posted by Kitsie View Post
that using hot glue dots on your ruler really works well as non-slip devices....IF YOU PUT THEM ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RULER AND NOT THE TOP!!

I can top that, but it has nothing to do with quilting.

About a month ago, I thought I'd bought a little tub of strawberry Philly cream cheese, but when I searched the fridge for it a day or two later, I didn't find it. LAST NIGHT, I opened my spare lid drawer to get a lid for a circle pattern----------there's a tub of Philly Cream Cheese -----------Strawberry flavored in the corner of the drawer.

I'm going to need a keeper in the not very distant future.
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Obviouslt I'm not the one to help you, Grannie!
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I can top that, but it has nothing to do with quilting.

About a month ago, I thought I'd bought a little tub of strawberry Philly cream cheese, but when I searched the fridge for it a day or two later, I didn't find it. LAST NIGHT, I opened my spare lid drawer to get a lid for a circle pattern----------there's a tub of Philly Cream Cheese -----------Strawberry flavored in the corner of the drawer.

I'm going to need a keeper in the not very distant future.
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Thanks so much for the great tip.I appreciate it.
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Thanks for the tip and the warning. Sounds like something I would do.
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