Date Joined: July 21, 2010
Last Online: December 10, 2018
Country: United States
grocery coupons (see coupon wish list, below), Box Tops For Education,
Post-it flags, plain Post-it note pads, plain notepad, Unused postage stamps, Binder clip, Plastic coated paper clip, 3x5 notecards, bubble mailer, new or used, any size, any size ziploc bag (used OK if clean), highlighters, black sharpies, mailers of any size/shape, stainless steel Bankers clip, tape
fabric patch/applique, Beads, Jewelry findings, metal jewelry chain in any length/color, unusual charms or embellishments, Sewing thread, interesting buttons (sewing), Sewing notion, Zipper with metal teeth, vintage lace or trim, vintage scarves, Fabric scrap (especially hand dyeds, batiks, stripes, abstract prints, prints with dots or circles, solids)
magnetic bookmark, small matchbox, Tiny or small box or container, cardboard or other jewelry box of any size, empty CD or DVD cases, clear Amac boxes (in any of these sizes: 1" sq. x 3/4" h, or 1" x 2" x 3/4" h, or 1-3/16" sq. x 2-7/16")
greeting cards for Halloween, Mother's Day, Father's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Mother's Birthday, Brother's Birthday
Floaty Pen (I collect them), Beach glass or beach stones, Seashells, Christmas stocking stuffers suitable for grownups, bird-themed item, tiny interesting item, vintage marble(s), vintage gumball machine charms/prizes, Hong Kong related item (especially vintage), Pontiki, lenticular item (I collect them), dollhouse miniatures or miniatures for shadow box vintage drink stir stick
Junk Journal and Junk Drawer
books: James Clavell Shogun Series (hardcover or paperback), V. C. Andrews (paperback), vintage "Choose Your Own Adventure" books for children, Richard Scarry books for children (paperback or hardcover)
lavender sachet for clothing, Shout Color Catchers, Chai tea bags, Coffee (with caffeine)
tiny or small basket with lid, miniature basket, tiny or small pottery vase
Bread, Babybel cheese, Birds Eye frozen boxed vegetables, Brawny paper towels, Campbell's canned soup, canned vegetables or beans, Cape Cod chips, Cascadian Farms cereal, cheese sticks, Cheetos, Claussen pickles, coffee (Lavazza, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts...not K cups), Eggo waffles, Eggs (any, especially Egglands and Land O' Lakes, other than precooked), Emergen-C, Febreeze spray, Fritos, Goya canned beans, Green Giant frozen boxed vegetables, Gum toothbrush, Eucerin lotion, Healthy Choice frozen meal, Huggies baby wipes, hummus (Sabra), Jules Destrooper cookies, Kashi cereal, Knorr Rice Sides, Lactaid (milk, tablets, ice cream), Land O Lakes deli cheese, Land O Lakes whipped butter, Larabar, Lightlife Veggie Entrees, Listerine (except whitening formula), L'Oreal Everstyle hair gel, Maille mustard, Mentos gum, Minute Maid orange juice, Miracle Whip, Morningstar Farms, Nature's Pride bread, nuts, Neutrogena bar soap, OGX Argan Oil Conditioner, Olay Complete Moisturizer Sensitive, organic milk, Pom juice, Pop Secret popcorn, Quaker Oats Quick canister, Q-tips, raisins, Reach regular tooth floss, Sensodyne toothpaste (except Pronamel), shredded wheat cereal, Simply Smart or Smart Balance milk, Skippy or Smuckers Naturals peanut butter, sliced cheese, Stonyfield Farm organic milk, Tom's of Maine toothpaste, Trident White gum, Tropicana orange juice, tea bags (Twinings/Stash/Bigelow/Tazo), Vanity Fair Napkins, Virgil's sodas, Wacky Mac, Wet Ones canister, Yardley bar soap.
Store coupons: Staples, Gap, Bed Bath and Beyond, Target.
Yes, I can use coupons printed from the internet and coupons with store names printed on them.
I appreciate vintage items of all sorts, and get joy from making things from other things. When I find broken or discarded items, leftovers, or unmatched bits and pieces, my mind goes to work trying to imagine what to do with them. I especially admire creative types who can take humble things and turn them into something wonderful! I'm fascinated by how things are constructed, and particularly want to learn more about techniques for jewelry making, knot tying, sewing, assemblage, quilting, collage, wire work. I am often inspired to begin to make something by discovering the innovative ways other people put things together. Sometimes the acquisition of a single small object is the spark for a new creation.
Hello, and thanks for reading my member profile. A little bit about me...
I gravitate towards: texture, organic, nature, retro, modern, clean lines, eclectic, vintage, clever, kitchy, colorful, neutral, tiny.
LIKES: thrift stores, vintage and antique, fashion, jewelry, interior decorating, Art Deco, modern and folk art, saving money, healthy food, sunshine, kaleidoscopes, biology, music from the 70s and 80s, sleeping in, action movies
DISLIKES: cutesy stuff, mean people, winter, cigarette smoke, mosquitoes, boxing, mayonnaise, assumptions, clowns and mimes, high pitched noises (ouch), prejudice