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Member Since 22 Aug 2004
Offline Last Active Aug 31 2005 02:44 PM
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In Topic: Powder Compact Questions Brigette & Lisa?

29 May 2005 - 04:56 PM

And may I add, Thank you Brigette (and you too Lisa), both of you have been so very kind to me since my becoming a member here.

I would love to be ablt to keep at least one of everything I have found over the last few years, but unfortunatley I would have to divorce my darling hubby, throw the kids out way before the reached maturity and either have a huge Sale, hire an auction company or just plain pull a dumpster up to rid myself of all the things we have accumulated over the years. (And some of it I am quite fond of !) laugh.gif

In Topic: Powder Compact Questions Brigette & Lisa?

29 May 2005 - 10:02 AM

Thank You Thank You for helping me with the one I was stuck on . The link proved most helpful.

Enjoy the rest of the weeken end and be watching my sellers list on eBay as up they will go in the next few days.

Karen biggrin.gif

In Topic: Powder Compact Questions Brigette & Lisa?

28 May 2005 - 10:53 PM

I also have one I am unable to identify (can't find the solid match either)
ANyone have any ideas?
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In Topic: Powder Compact Questions Brigette & Lisa?

28 May 2005 - 09:59 PM

Gosh,
I don't know what I was thinking. rolleyes.gif
Here's a pic of one are these little compacts newer?
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I couldn't find them on Brigette's site and only see the matcing solids here. Any idea as to dates?
Thanks you 2!
Karen
I pobably should have put in a pic of the label yoo so here that is;

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In Topic: Themes

27 May 2005 - 10:28 PM

How about a Musical theme:

a Note
Treble clef
bass cleff
record
record player (a victrolla would work)
Instruments - brass, woodwinds, flutes, drum set etc.
sheet music
conductor


or a new sports line

Golf Ball
soccer ball
sport whistle
pommel horse
basketball
a pink baseball bat
a football or baseball feild


Women in History

Susan B Anthony (even though she was not a handsome woman)
Betsy Ross
Madame Currie
Mothee Theresa
The Virgin Mary
Margaret Thatcher (another not so hansome woman)
Golda Mier
Princess Diana
Queen Elizabeth (would make a great Harrod's exclusive on her anniversary or in her memory (God save the Queen & keep her healthy!)

And my final one
Sex synbol men

Cary Grant
Burt Reynolds
Tom Cruise
Fabio
(insert your fantasy here_______)

LOL
Karen