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Neesie 10-13-2013 06:55 AM

[QUOTE=dreamer2009;6346566]

Originally Posted by Neesie (Post 6346458)
I'm almost afraid to ask . . . but what is Krumkaka?[/QUOTE

Krumkaka is a Norwegian waffle cookie made of flour, butter, eggs, sugar, and cream.

Ahhh! Well, that's not so scary! :D

Neesie 10-13-2013 06:56 AM


Originally Posted by Bullock2us (Post 6346513)
Amazon.com and walmart.com have it. The Hugos amazing tape I mean

That tape sounds a lot like Saran wrap. :D

sunrise450 10-13-2013 07:07 AM


Originally Posted by mdall (Post 6345832)
Oh, two boxes. Twice the fun. I think I may know what this is although I am not going to say since it may ruin things for the person getting it. I will just have to wait like everyone else in order to find out.

I don't think so! And if I can find a box that it will fit in with every thing else I just might decide to box it all together. You just never know what I'm going to do!
Airwick, I copied your recipe for Easy Fudge and emailed it to myself. Nestles Chocolate chips were on sale this week and I bought a few packages for hioliday baking. Yum! Yum!

Wonnie 10-13-2013 08:43 AM


Originally Posted by Neesie (Post 6346572)
That tape sounds a lot like Saran wrap. :D

No, Nessie....Hugo' s Amazing tape is a plastic (?) tape, non-sticky, that literally sticks to itself. I use it to bundle things together like leftover wallpaper and contact paper rolls, stack of patterns, wad of pencils, etc. It can be used over and over again....FOREVER! I love it.

Neesie 10-13-2013 09:03 AM


Originally Posted by Wonnie (Post 6346691)
No, Nessie....Hugo' s Amazing tape is a plastic (?) tape, non-sticky, that literally sticks to itself. I use it to bundle things together like leftover wallpaper and contact paper rolls, stack of patterns, wad of pencils, etc. It can be used over and over again....FOREVER! I love it.

The original Saran Wrap is plastic, non-sticky, and literally sticks to itself. It can be a real bear, to UNstick it from itself. It also has a bit of stretch to it, so that it can be molded around food or a bowl. It can be used to bundle things together. It can be used over and over. Static cling makes it stick to itself. Although it's probably not the same thing, it's very similar.

The Hugo tape actually sounds like a much smaller version of what hardware stores use, to bundle things together.

Dedemac 10-13-2013 09:56 AM

[QUOTE=dreamer2009;6346566]

Originally Posted by Neesie (Post 6346458)
I'm almost afraid to ask . . . but what is Krumkaka?[/QUOTE

Krumkaka is a Norwegian waffle cookie made of flour, butter, eggs, sugar, and cream.

I don't use butter in mine, just eggs, sugar, heavy cream, flour and cardamom. They are great with a little powdered sugar. Only down side is you make them one at a time. Takes from 30 minutes to two hours to make a batch.

mdall 10-13-2013 10:04 AM


Originally Posted by Jean D (Post 6345908)
Hi everyone! I am home for the night and no time to catch up on ALL the msg. I am vending at a quilt show here in Iowa and the vendor next to me has given me a DEAL on fabric! Ah-ha I knew that would get your attention! (Fabric and deal in the same sentence). 24 batik fat quarters for $20 all bagged and ready to go. She only had 4 bags and ONE of them is mine for a special secret pal! They are beautiful. I can't wait to start wrapping. I was all excited telling my husband and his eyes glazed over-men just don't understand fabric deals!

Oh, Oh, Oh, I asked for and stated that I love batiks. What a score and the luck person getting them will be in heaven.

grann of 6 10-13-2013 10:09 AM

I have that amazing tape and wrap it around my spools of thread to keep them from unravelling. Trouble is, I tend to forget I have it, and therefore don't remember to use it. One other thing, don't drop a piece on the floor, you can't see it and then wonder why your shoe is making a strange noise when you walk. Hmmmm, amazing tape on foot, there it is!!!!:D

madbury 10-13-2013 01:28 PM

I completed a shop hop this weekend and took advantage of some great sales. I think I've picked up a lot of great things for my SS. I need to make a few handmade items but that'll be another week or so. Still traveling back from my weekend getaway, then I have some work travel beginning tomorrow, kids have three days off from school this week, and I a thirteen year old's birthday festivities (plural!) to plan this week and execute this weekend. Refreshed from my weekend getaway so bring it on!

If I'm one of those people who didn't give enough info (I think I did!), have someone send me a note! I don't want to cause undue stress for what should be a really fun swap.

Tam...Moo 10-13-2013 01:52 PM

Is there a phone in that hole? How will you order pizza, get your fabric ordered, and schedule pick up for your SS packages ? For my SS, I love reindeer so good luck getting that in a box....


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