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Post by ashovoxo on Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:10 am

JennyNixe wrote:If you decide to get rid of your paints, Willoughby, be sure to list them in the swap shop.

Lmao this made me chuckle lol!
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Post by JennyNixe on Tue Dec 18, 2012 1:16 am

Well, Willoughby is in the Netherlands, so she's probably too far for me to get anything. But our European friends have to pay so much for shipping and customs, it seems a waste to let stuff sit if no one's using it.

Also, Willoughby, you can use many of the same techniques from face painting for Carnival masks. Just a thought.
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Post by Willoughby on Tue Dec 18, 2012 6:59 am

Hi Jenny (if that's indeed your first name Smile ) I spent a horrendous amount to begin with, so if I sell anything I'll need to get something back of course. Even before my decision not to paint my daughter anymore (except for once or twice a year on a special occasion), I actually already realised that I shouldn't have purchased all the individual colors. I was torn between those and the splits, but figured I could do/make both if I had the solids. Anywho, once I'm done cleaning up and deciding on what to keep and what not to keep, I'll certainly consider the swap shop here, though you're probably correct regarding the shipping and customs! That hurts - I know as I bought most of my stuff from the US and was hit hard with hundreds of Euros in shipping, taxes and duties. Believe it or not, I still get enjoyment out of painting myself, and I figure that if I buy 2 practice heads that I can teach my daughter how to paint too. Even if she doesn't do face painting later on, she can have fun with all the colors and just be creative - or rather, we can do that together Very Happy

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