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Old 19-02-2011, 23:44
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hi girlies and guys ive just brought 10 meters or plum fire safe material for a tenna if any of u are on that brilliant website thats lets u bid on stuff then look for this person
fusionfurnishings2010 they have some steals if u like the colours thats my bedroom sorted whooo hoooo
Thanks for sharing that Well done you! I'll be looking first thing so I can 'banish those headboards' lol
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i really must get into that website,, i actually do have an account and i have bought stuff in the past but the 'bidding thing'? never done that....
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its easy lol best to have a paypal account as well thou because then ur covered and can get your money back if it all goes horribly wrong!!
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its easy lol best to have a paypal account as well thou because then ur covered and can get your money back if it all goes horribly wrong!!
YEP i have got a paypal account.. i want your fabric tho!!!!
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YEP i have got a paypal account.. i want your fabric tho!!!!
I'M SO GLAD WE'RE KEEPING TO THE THREAD!
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calm down- calm down

as i was saying before you gave me change to finish!!! i want that material so i can cover my headboards and also make some curtains for the bedroom..
i also want a new gas fire
new paving
also i want some more blinds for the bathroom...

see I am back on the subject of modernising an old girl
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I've been wondering today whether it would be cheaper to have my present has oven serviced- and if its possible remove the front panels and tidy it up a bit? Or I wonder if the front can be replaced? It just looks a bit err well used

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Angela B did u say yours was a halogen oven in white only ive found one on that site we all love its 99 buy it now with a hob any good ???
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Angela B did u say yours was a halogen oven in white only ive found one on that site we all love its 99 buy it now with a hob any good ???
have you found me any fabric??

to modernise my old van - see got back on thread again Angela
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hahaha what colours are u after tia fire proof and how much ie size etc i'll have a good snoop and see what i can find i just won some vilene the stuff used to stiffen up pelmets for 7.50 whoo hooo cant wait for it all to be delivered now and then i'l be making pelmets and curtains in all directions
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