Lesson No. 2: Picking the right brushes, you need to learn and know the right brushes to use. Here are the videos from youtube with different instructors.

Lesson 1: Color Mixing. Beginner must learn first the primary and secondary colors. Below are the three videos from youtube with different instructors.

Closet for sale...used pair of shoes for 6 mos boy and 3 pieces of pants for 12 mos boy. Buyer must pay shipping and handling or you can pick it up. Payment through paypal, check or cash. Swapping is welcome, let me know what you need and I'll check the TingTing's closet.

Shoes - $4.00 - SOLD

$2.50 each
Pairs of little boy Summer outfit. These can be use as under shirts and under pants. Pre-owned, gentle worn and comfortable to wear. Good for 6 mos-1 yr old infant. Buyer must pay shipping and handling or pick up. Each pair cost $1.00, payment through paypal, check or cash. Swapping is welcome. Let me know what you need and I'll check TingTing's Closet.

These are pre-owned Polo Shirt for 6 mos - 12 mos little boy. All are clean and in good condition. Buyer must pay the shipping and handling or pick up. I accept payment through paypal, check or cash. Each shirt worth $2.00 each. Leave message below if your interested.

Swapping is welcome, let me know what you need and I will check the TingTing Closet.


Pre-owned stuff that collects dust in my closet. These are gentle worn and still in good condition. Buyer must pay shipping and handling or you can pick it up. I accept payment through paypal, check or cash. No return, No exchange. Leave message below if interested.
Swapping is welcome. Let me know what you need and I'll check TingTing's Closet.
Hurry! Halloween is coming pretty soon!

Halloween Princess costume, pre-owned, worn once, 5T-6T, $3.00 - SOLD

Kitty Cat Pink Winter Boots, preowned, worn twice, 5T-6T, $5.00

Black Winter Boots with heart design, preowned, worn once, 5T-6T, $5.00


Free Clothing Swap

November 16, 2011

11 AM – 4 PM

Disabled American Veterans Hall #129

47326 Dequindre, Utica, MI 48317

Contact person: Charly Mathews

586-739-5267 (during drop off or day of swap times)




This is a totally FREE event, with NO obligation to bring anything or take anything. It's called a "swap"

because so many people bring clothes they no longer need, and take what they DO want.


At home, sort and fold CLEAN clothes (clothes you wouldn't mind putting on your family to go out in public) by size into

boxes or bags. THEN, when you get to the swap, sort the clothes by size onto marked tables. Next comes the fun part.
Go to the tables with the size clothes you are looking for, and take what you need. Free of charge. No strings attached.

The organization will provide the bags for that day. One bag per family! This is the only way to keep the swap fair.

Some families are looking to clean out the clothes they no longer use, and they bring boxes of clothes in, sometimes leaving with just one or two "special" things. Other families are really in need of clothes, and come with little or nothing, but leave with a bag of clothes. Others bring what they took last season, for another family to take this time, and bring home another season's worth themselves to start the process again.

THIS IS FOR INDIVIDUALS ONLY ... NO charities, shelters, or resale.


Look for clothes you might like to bring. Wash, fold, and sort them by size. Then call all your friends and family and ask them to do the same ... and come alone or as a group to the swap! Clothes swapping are even more fun when you can share your great finds with friends.


All sizes of baby, kids, and adult clothing (including coats, shoes, and accessories). VERY lightly stained clothes are OK as some people don't mind these for work or play, or are talented at removing stains. However, all clothing MUST BE CLEAN, NO TEARS. Fabric and baby accessories are welcome.


Anyone dropping off clothing the day before the swap will receive a ticket to gain first access to the swap, between 10-11AM.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. You can also call to make other arrangements for drop-offs prior to the swap

PLEASE NOTE: For safety reasons. All children must be supervised.
Questions? Please respond to the address: frugalnanax3@yahoo.com

To be notified of future clothing swaps, join this Yahoo group:

Macomb County Café http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MacombCountyCafe

Charly Mathews
Do you love candles? Would you like to make some money and have some fun at the same time? Would you like to get started with your own business with no investment? Are you looking for a fundraiser for your organization?
Call me or check out my website.

Do you like to scrapbook or make your own cards? Check out this website:

Proud Grandma to Alan, Desiree, & Brianna
USAF Gulf War Veteran

Macomb County Cafe http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MacombCountyCafe
Check out this site for some really good community resources.

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What can you do when life doesn't turn out like you planned?

How do you respond when your husband or wife tramples your emotions? When your boss fires you unexpectedly? When you lose your life's savings? When the child you've loved and prayed for turns his back on you and your values?

When disappointments like these smash their way into your life, you may want to scream, "How could God let this happen?"

But what if God didn't just "let it happen?" What if the things you call disappointments are really His appointments-events He is using to make you more like Christ? What if your circumstances are actually the flames of His grace, intended to melt and burn away the undesirable elements in your life, leaving you pure and radiant-like refined silver?
You can be defeated by life's unaviodable disappointments, or you can become stronger because of them.

Life's disapppointments can send you on a dangerous downward spiral into discouragement, depression, or even despair. But in this eye-opening book, Kay Arthur guides you to biblical truths that will help you break that cycle and instead embrace disappointment as the cleansing fire God uses to make you-as silver refined-a reflection of His goodness.

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