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OOT Bag Stuff @ Dollarama

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#21 alex

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    Posted 26 April 2008 - 12:05 PM

    LOL at least you have a reason for spending that much! I usually can't go into Dollarama without spending less then $20 on absolutely random stuff...
    I work at 2 buck stores in highschool too... baaaaaad news there!!!

    #22 Chiquita

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      Posted 26 April 2008 - 07:29 PM

      Wow.. the other Dollarama we have around here had a TON of summer stuff the other Dollarama didn't have. I bought little plastic racquets with balls for my cousins who are coming. They are light and not all that big so they will be easy to ship. They also had these wooden ones with dolphins and palm trees on them, but they were a bit heavier and I could see more potential hurt damage if my cousins played with those.. but they were cute too!

      No chapstick there though Makes me sad!

      #23 EricaG

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        Posted 27 April 2008 - 01:11 PM

        Originally Posted by heatherjones
        I've always wondered how you make gel candles. I saw those in one of the stores here, it was a Dollar Store Plus, which is not even remotely close to a Dollar Store- Walmart is cheaper than that place!!!! Anyway, they had these beautiful gel candles that had sand, starfish in the bottom of them.

        I buy the gel from a candle making place. If you want to add colour, you can buy the colour chips, or you can use crayons!! If you want to add scent, you can as well. You just have to heat up the gel, you need a candy thermometer to watch the temo of the gel, and when it melts and the colour & scent are added you pour it. The cooler the gel is when you pour it, the more bubbles you get in it, and the hotter it is, without being over 200 degrees, the less bubbles. In the contatiner you are using for the candle, youput the wick in and pour the gel around it. If you want to put other items in the candle, you can. You can get really creative with the gel candles.

        Originally Posted by alin & mako
        Silly question.

        Does anyone know what OOT stands for?
        I was wondering this for a long time as well, but then I found out it stands for "Out Of Town" bags.
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        #24 alin & mako

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          Posted 28 April 2008 - 02:45 PM

          OOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhh! Thanks for letting me know what it stands for Ethronson!! It totally makes sence now :)

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