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This is simply because I can't help but share my wholehearted appreciation and love for all the features of care2. There's almost nothing more that one could ask for... it shows how truly care2 cares for this wonderful world and everyone on it without exception! You're amazing and I love and thank you! More power!


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Posted: Feb 1, 2011 9:35pm
Dec 15, 2010
I just thought maybe some of you could take interest in recycling the small dryer sheets (fabric softenenrs like Bounce) that we put in with our laundry when we put them in the dryer. More often than not, these little pieces of fragrant sheets go directly to our trash cans as soon as our clothes have dried.

Have you come across anyone who tried to make them into flowers and vine-like decorations around bed posters or around mirrors? I haven't, but I have made them!  I thought maybe I could share the idea and show how it's done. However,the pictures aren't ready yet. But I will surely post them for later. Right now, my new project is to sew them into curtain sheets. I've finished one and it has come out beautifully.

I'm sure there are others who are amazingly creative and can think of better ways to recycle these tiny fragrant dryer sheets. I'd be happy to exchange ideas ... (pictures to follow... and hopefully more recycling ideas.)
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Posted: Dec 15, 2010 3:20am


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