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I need a shoulder rub.!!!!! When I tried to scan and post the hugger patterns, I had to retrace everything!!!!! I didn't know that printer ink would fade so. And they have been in a folder. Anyway, I got some done. But I don't think I can post the patterns on here because hgtv shows everything so big that last time I tried it, it wouldn't print out right.

I'm going to post one and see if it works. And show you another set. And tomorrow I'm going to cut and put some together. Wish me luck lol

Jean


Good friends are like stars...You don't always see them, but you always know they're there.



 
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Pattern to big. Will shrink it and then try to---never mind, talking to myself. I'll be back


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Ok--shrunk it.. Now I'll post it and then try to resave it to my pictures and then see if I can resize it.
I'm talking gibberish. To much 02 to my brain, what little I've got.!!!! I'll be back again. The basic hugger needs to be 2 7/8 to hold the gum or candy. Here goes.


Good friends are like stars...You don't always see them, but you always know they're there.



 
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Well, it didn't work, so I guess I'll have to email them to those that want them. I will put the info on in the morning. Sorry

Jean


Good friends are like stars...You don't always see them, but you always know they're there.

 
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Jean...HUUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGS! Your the best! Thank you for getting to much O2 for us your awesome. Ok I would love the patterns that you have graciously redone for us. I'm sorry I caused trouble. sigh. My email address is
penmac@sympatico.ca

Shoulder rub, NO PROBLEM!
Penny

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Thanks Jean, here is my e-mail address
chiefk3@aol.com
Sure do appreciate all your hard work posting and sending.
Sherri
 
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yes you are the best and love what you do for us here is my email address to if you dont mind jandycus1@aol.com thank you
 
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I would also love the pattern. Thanks for sharing
darbysmom@tampabay.rr.com
 
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I also would love the pattern. You are very generous!

Clindsay@pyramid.net
Thanks again
 
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I've sent to Penny, chiefk3, janv1953, DARBYD, nvkitz. Let me know if they don't come right.

I made up some today. Just to show you how they look. If you are going to use Lifesavers, make the 'arms' that go around a little longer, maybe a 1/4" longer on each side and top and bottom.

Santa whiskers should be a little longer and I used part of a cotton ball on him . I am NOT an artist. lolI also use a glue gun to do them. And sharpie fine line pens. Any thing else I tried didn't dry and smeared.

Jean

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I forgot...Santa, snowman and deer on far right are made with the heart face.

These I didn't make but you have the patterns.

Jean


Good friends are like stars...You don't always see them, but you always know they're there.



 
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Morning Jean, I love all your guys and great tip about changing the arms if you use life savers. Thank you. As for the pattern. it did not come in my mail? Not sure why but I thought I would let you know.
Hugs again,
Penny


Today, Tomorrow and always!

If you see someone without a smile...give them one of yours!
 
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Those are adorable!
 
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Thanks, they are all adorable. Do you paint these or use colored card stock?
Thanks again.
Sherri
 
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Penny...I did a copy and paste with the address you put on here. And sent a copy tomyself to see if it would work. Will try it again. Sorry. Just sent again. There are 5 pattern pages.

You can send me an email and I can do a reply. Maybe that will work. granny3641@yahoo.com

Jean

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janv1953...I got a reply back from your address with a bunch of words pertaining to some love site. Nothing to do with the huggers. You might want to check that you haven't been hacked. I put it in spam. Hope it didn't get into my machine.

Did you get the patterns?

Jean

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cheifk3...You use art foam to make them. No paper is used other than the pattern. And permanent markers to do the features. And hot glue gun.

Jean


Good friends are like stars...You don't always see them, but you always know they're there.

 
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Would love these wrappers if you are still sharing. Thanks
Deborah

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Jean yours are adorable! This site sells gum heads if you didn't want to make them yourself.

http://kimskandykreations.net/..._page=index&cPath=54
 
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Jean, these are the most adorable little guys I've ever seen. Great job! If you're still sharing the patterns, I'd love to have them. The kids will enjoy them. tfs ...
CJ
crafticathi54@gmail.com
 
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Ladies...I'm so sorry I haven't gotten around to sending the huggers. I've been 'down' lately. Don't know what is the matter. Just no get up and go. Feeling better today tho.

Anyway...I will get around to sending them as soon as tomorrow. I only ask one favor, if you share them thru email to others, will you please, please take my address off the email before you forward it. Last time I sent something like this, I got back replies from so many people I didn't even know (and not from this board) about how to do them and what to use, etc. If I don't know people, I'm going to delete them or report them as spam.

With so many hackers going around I want to be careful. Thanks in advance.

So will get things ready for tomorrow (or sooner)

Jean

p.s. wish we could post on here like we used to do. So much easier.

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Jean, thank you so much for sending these cute little huggers to me. Email came through fine. You did a wonderful job with the instructions & patterns - you're 1 very talented lady!
Hugs, bowlermom
 
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Thank you for letting me know that you got them ok. I was wondering today. Hadn't heard from anyone.

I can't take credit for the huggers altho I wish I could.Smile I didn't make them up, only saved and passed them on. Glad you like them.

Jean


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These are so adorable. I would love the pattern too when you get a chance. My e-mail is nikkir8481@aol.com. Thanks so much for coming up with such a great idea.

Nicole
 
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