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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Bigger is Better


I keep running out of packing peanuts, so this time I
ordered the REALLY BIG bag.  It was delivered yesterday.
Yep, it's really big!



I laugh every time I walk by my studio!


43 comments:

  1. That is a big bag!
    Glad that you are that busy,to use a extra large bag. :)
    Nancy from Montana

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    1. I have been pleasantly busy! So thankful!

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  2. Oh my wouldn't a FEW cats enjoy a floor full. Hope the bag is very sturdy,, HaHa. Myk had to order bags like that for his Rubber Gun Business.

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    1. I should say Rubber Band Guns...HaHa

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    2. Yes, rubber band guns! lol..... Oh, the cats would have so much fun if I spilled that out on the floor! Slate especially will find just one and play with it for hours. :)

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  3. And just look how organized you are in the craft room!! WOW!! One of those projects of the Mrs.' that is on MY "to-do" list. And yep, that is a very large bag of peanuts!

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    1. I am super organized in there! I'm trying to make the whole house that way. I'm about half done! ha.

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  4. There's enough peanuts there to feed an elephant!
    :0)

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    1. lol....there certainly is! Too bad I don't have one here at the zoo!

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  5. Well you are set for awhile, girl! I don't think I would have a spot to store that big bag in my house.

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    1. It can't stay there....it would drive me crazy!

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  6. Ha! Too funny. Studio Bear looks like he's about to dive into that pile. :-) I am always impressed how well you pack the items that I have purchased. I end up recycling the peanuts.

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    1. I'm always happy when I receive a package full of them...I throw them in my big crock to use again.

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  7. When I receive something big and find it's packed with loads of those, or even the polystyrene slabs, my heart sinks. The reason? Our local Council doesn't recycle polystyrene so I have to find a way to get rid of them, Can't burn them because of the stink, and the air pollution. Any ideas?

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    1. Send them to me! I'm always running short! ha.
      Seriously, I don't have an idea not knowing your laws...you can recycle them here, reuse them, or pitch them.

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    2. Of course! I can send them to you, but I would need some more to pack round them in the box. I can't reuse them, I don't send things usually.

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    3. Some to pack around them? haha....do you have any of those air pockets? That might protect them on their journey.

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  8. Heehee. Guess you won't need any for awhile. I hoard them and a package came the other day and my dog, Dash went crazy...trying to eat them. I believe some are made from potatoes or whatever....cause he thought it was definitely something to eat.

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    1. I think you're right about the vegetable ones. My cat Slate tries to eat them!

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  9. wow. that is like a house guest...ha...
    so how long will that last?

    i am envisioning my boys using it to make it snow...

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    1. You're realllly desperate for snow, aren't you? haha.

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    1. I was thinking the same thing about that new red hair! haha.

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  11. My old boss used to sell on ebay. Every time I got any type of shipping supplies I'd bring them to him. Saved me the trouble of disposing of them properly, and saved him money.

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    1. A win/win! I'm sure he appreciated it!

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  12. Wow, that is huge indeed
    Won't run out for a while at your feed
    Hopefully the cats don't decide to have fun
    Then indoors it could snow as around they run

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    1. What a mess that would be!
      I'd ask for a bulldozer delivery!

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  13. Shame they are not real peanuts . . . . . . I'd come over and eat some . . .but they are not so you've got enough there to send me packing . . . haha

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    1. Just joking . . . I know you wouldn't really . . .I am up very late . . .wishing you goodnight . . . :)

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  14. Haha, that is a really huge bag of packing peanuts!

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    1. I had to take the wreath off the front door to get it in the house!

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    1. So funny! I'm interested in seeing how long it lasts...seems like most things I sell are fragile, so I use a lot!

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  16. Oh my goodness! An indoor snow storm. I got a package the other day and the peanuts must have been made out of corn starch...they melted!

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    1. Those are those 'green' peanuts....made from natural products. They smoosh during shipment and don't do the job! Nothing should melt in Wisconsin during the winter! haha...

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  17. You should hold a contest to see who can guess how many. Of course we would need to wait an awful long time before you could find the correct answer! Thanks for visiting Rosyfinch Ramblings, and best wishes!

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    1. haha...Ken! I wouldn't have an answer until spring had come and gone! lol....you're too funny!

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  18. OmyGod! A really big bag Betsy!
    I.never saw a bag like this !

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