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Sunday, October 5, 2014

St Louis NAME National Totebag Favors

Below are pictures of items received as totebag favors at NAME National Convention in St. Louis, July 2014. I counted 70 items!


 bag of wood logs for fireplace

 flower wreath

 1904 St Louis World's Fair postcards

 hot dog wrap

 beach/Hawaiian shirt

 hobo bag on a pole

 life preserver jacket

 beach towel and lady's swimsuit

 Missouri maps & travel brochure

 sleeping bag?

 frog

 3 bolts of fabric--nice!

 postcards of Mississippee River

 I got 2 of these in my bag


 bed roll

 maracas?


  readable coloring book



 Mark Twain cigar box

 gingerbread man dish towel

 beach bag, pin wheel, flip flops and beach bucket

 sea weed float

 new in package dollhouse rug

 corn cob pipe

 laser cut gift box to assemble

 fishing rod & hobo bag

 pin from Babette Overman

 cat tail bouquet

 mini clothespin with mini dice

 various cheeses from Fimo clay

 another life jacket

 birdhouse

 toy sailboat from pistachio nut shell

 tools for mini making while at convention

 instructions to make nautical rope tie

 table or dresser doily

 fishing net

 smoking pipe

 another fishing rod

 braided rug

 art nouveau style St Louis World's Fair poster

 ME style recipe box & recipe cards paper kit

 life preserver

 wine bottles from Xmas light bulbs

 river raft--wish I had looked before I bought a roundtable kit for the same thing

 wood wheelbarrow kit

 framed picture

 birdhouse

 readable Huck Finn book

 bow-maker from novelty toothpick

 Mark Twain book, blank pages

  suitcase



 knitted hat--nice quality

 shopping bag filled with wallpaper rolls and wood strips from St Louis Miniature Museum

 painted plant pot

 non-opening book

 readable book about Mark Twain

 woman's shirt

 Missouri newspaper & faux fish

 plate of petit fours

 "No Fishing" sign

 glass of beer

 more books

 more books

 another book

 free admission pass to Three Blind Mice show


 my mini club made this chessboard




 




















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