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Tobin
Thu Sep 22 2011, 09:04PM
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DanielRSimmins wrote ...

Some neat feast-ware goblets i seen today at target there $2.99 and all plastic and look really good. Found in there Halloween section.

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dukratha
Thu Sep 22 2011, 09:54PM
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I swear I didn't see the word target the first time. Sheesh...I need to get off my meds.
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DanielRSimmins
Wed Oct 05 2011, 12:07AM
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New LED Tower Candles at Big Lots. It's the season for special-effect lighting :)

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DanielRSimmins
Fri Oct 07 2011, 11:47PM
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yep more candles from Dollar Tree. these are said one the lable to last 60 hours on one CR 2032 battery which conveniently Dollar Tree sales too. They have them in red, a creamy tan color, and white.. I got the white :). nice and bright with realistic flicker



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DanielRSimmins
Wed Oct 12 2011, 04:42PM
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I found some neat cups on the web.

http://www.centurynovelty.com/detail_268_146-1484.html

http://www.centurynovelty.com/detail_268_146-1162.html

and here some in hand pics of the goblets i found on line I'm rather impressed with the goblets


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DanielRSimmins
Thu Oct 13 2011, 09:21PM
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Cardboard Medieval Lantern MKII (Finished)

Made from a salt box, two piece cardboard from a Totino's pizza box and a Tea Light candle from Walgreen. I used antique style hinges and latch from Ace hardware. I used the Kylon fusion paint that simulates beaten copper. This one I used brown mailing paper to hide the box lines.

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