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Old 04-14-2013, 11:28 AM   #1201
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What age is the cut off for crayon rolls? I am thinking 9 or 10?? Making crayon rolls for the kids FE gifts on my cruise. Mostly younger kids but a few 9 year olds and one 10 year old, thoughts? Thanks!

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Old 04-14-2013, 12:27 PM   #1202
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Can children use disney store gift cards on arcade? I want to give some on my FE maybe $3 each.
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:29 PM   #1203
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Crafty cruisers,

What age is the cut off for crayon rolls? I am thinking 9 or 10?? Making crayon rolls for the kids FE gifts on my cruise. Mostly younger kids but a few 9 year olds and one 10 year old, thoughts? Thanks!

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My granddaughter is 10 and loves to draw and color. Crayons, markers or colored pencils are still a big plus for her. She would love the crayon roll!
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:28 PM   #1204
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Crafty cruisers,

What age is the cut off for crayon rolls? I am thinking 9 or 10?? Making crayon rolls for the kids FE gifts on my cruise. Mostly younger kids but a few 9 year olds and one 10 year old, thoughts? Thanks!

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I know that there are many artistic boys, but my 9 1/2 year old boy would give it to his sister. My 8 year old DD would love it as well as my 6 year old DS. Just my opinion. Older girls would appreciate it more.
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Old 04-17-2013, 05:27 PM   #1205
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What age is the cut off for crayon rolls? I am thinking 9 or 10?? Making crayon rolls for the kids FE gifts on my cruise. Mostly younger kids but a few 9 year olds and one 10 year old, thoughts? Thanks!

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My son is 10 and i know he would appreciate it!! he may not get a lot of use out of it at home, but i know on the drive or flight, or even on other long car rides he would get some good use out of it! even in the hotels while waiting for the rest of us to get ready.
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Old 04-17-2013, 05:41 PM   #1206
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My plan was to make small pillows stuffed with fluff but now I am worried about packing them all! I may have to rethink this.....

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I had thought about this too, not to be autographed, just cute Mickey / Minnie pillows. What i would do is put them into a plastic bag or 2 and sit on them to squash all the air out. then duct tape the bag shut. or I think they sell very large ziploc bags somewhere. or if you have one of those handy dandy kits that you hook up to the vaccuum to suck the air out, that would be even better. Those pillows would fluff back to size with a few shakes before distributing!
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Old 04-19-2013, 08:51 AM   #1207
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I had thought about this too, not to be autographed, just cute Mickey / Minnie pillows. What i would do is put them into a plastic bag or 2 and sit on them to squash all the air out. then duct tape the bag shut. or I think they sell very large ziploc bags somewhere. or if you have one of those handy dandy kits that you hook up to the vaccuum to suck the air out, that would be even better. Those pillows would fluff back to size with a few shakes before distributing!
just remember, your recipient has to get them home too, not sure how large you were thinking. We came home with just as much stuff as we took!
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Old 04-20-2013, 05:34 PM   #1209
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Dollar Tree Tumblers

Hi Crafty Ladies,

Does anyone have a template for the Dollar Tree Tumblers where you can insert your own picture?

Can you please provide a link if yes?

Thanks so much!!
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Old 04-21-2013, 12:44 PM   #1210
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Does anyone have a template for the Dollar Tree Tumblers where you can insert your own picture?

Can you please provide a link if yes?

Thanks so much!!
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I saw the tumblers, but how do you separate them to insert your graphic?
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Old 04-21-2013, 02:01 PM   #1211
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I saw the tumblers, but how do you separate them to insert your graphic?
You have to be sure that you have the ones that separate, as some they sell do not. The ones that separate just unscrew to change the insert.
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Would also like the template for the tumblers
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bump!

Love the ideas! We're still trying to decide on what we want to give for our October cruise this year...
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:16 PM   #1214
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You have to be sure that you have the ones that separate, as some they sell do not. The ones that separate just unscrew to change the insert.
Thanks. They mustn't carry them at my store
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:43 PM   #1215
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What age is the cut off for crayon rolls? I am thinking 9 or 10?? Making crayon rolls for the kids FE gifts on my cruise. Mostly younger kids but a few 9 year olds and one 10 year old, thoughts? Thanks!

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I would have loved one at any age (including now at 35).

I made them for one of our cruises. If I remember right there was a big age space between right around 10 or 11 and then there was only one older at 16, there were no older boys, the girl was 16 and I did make one for her just because but also put in other stuff for her.
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