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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: Gizmogirl] #1101701
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I'm so in love with this thread. Bookmarked!

Where can I get landware net? I've looked around but had no luck.


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I got the landware net in the garden section at Lowes. And there was a link here on GC that sold the small chain but I don't remember what or when.

Edited: I searched... Critter Hill sells plastic chain. Sorry I don't know if they ship to Africa tho.

Last edited by SugarCrazy; 04/18/11 11:07 AM.

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I know they sell the chains on ebay if you search plastic chain they have diff sizes and such for decent prices diff colors or rainbow of colors:)


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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: Gizmogirl] #1101750
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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: Jem] #1101770
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Originally Posted By: Jem
I'm so in love with this thread. Bookmarked!

Where can I get landware net? I've looked around but had no luck.


I got landware at Home Depot - it was in the back corner by the lumber.


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Originally Posted By: Gizmogirl
Let me know if you find some Megs, I would also like to know where I can get it. smile


Will do.

Tell ya what.. If I find any here locally and you want some, I'll send you some. Just reimburse me the shipping.



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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: SugarCrazy] #1101774
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Originally Posted By: SugarCrazy
I got the landware net in the garden section at Lowes. And there was a link here on GC that sold the small chain but I don't remember what or when.

Edited: I searched... Critter Hill sells plastic chain. Sorry I don't know if they ship to Africa tho.


We ship pretty much everywhere! grin

Here's the link to the toys parts/chain if anyone needs it: http://www.thesugargliderstore.com/ToyParts.html

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Sorry Liezl, couldn't find anything here. Spent a lot of money on craft stuff, but no chains. Guess Critter Hill will have to expect an order from me here in the near future. grin

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Thank you. thumb I think I'll put my order in.


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WOW!!! jumpThanks Liezl~
Im so excited!!! This stuff looks SO great!! AND do-able smile Hooray!!
Question~ what size is the chain? I know I read somewhere that the chain should be a certain size so they dont get their feet/hands/toes/fingers? caught up! That idea terrifies me frown
I saw some chain at Lowes the other day but I didnt know if it was safe???
Also, does anyone know if metal chain is ok?

thanks

PS They do NOT carry plastic chain at Michaels or AC MOore. fyi.

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Plastic chain suppliers that sell by the foot lengths. There are many others that sell in bulk.

WindyCityParrot (1/2" links and up)

Nalani Toys (3/4" length and up)


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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: tournesoul] #1103331
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Originally Posted By: tournesoul
WOW!!! jumpThanks Liezl~
Im so excited!!! This stuff looks SO great!! AND do-able smile Hooray!!
Question~ what size is the chain? I know I read somewhere that the chain should be a certain size so they dont get their feet/hands/toes/fingers? caught up! That idea terrifies me frown
I saw some chain at Lowes the other day but I didnt know if it was safe???
Also, does anyone know if metal chain is ok?

thanks

PS They do NOT carry plastic chain at Michaels or AC MOore. fyi.



Well then Lyndsey, if it's do-able, I want to see your end results in the Home made toys let's do it thread! thumb Get to it girl!!

Teresa and others posted some great links for the chain.

I don't use metal chain at all.


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Crystal, I love your toys! Please show is your instructions on how to make them as well. grin If you do not wish to share the how to's, please post your cute toys in our other great thread Home made toys thumb


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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: Gizmogirl] #1105824
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birdsnestonline.com

I've gotten toy making supplies here....good prices, pretty fast shipping too

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Re: Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART ONE [Re: Gizmogirl] #1105853
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KMART...I am going ball shopping tomorrow! DO they actually play with them?


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What kind of balls are you talking about? The wiffle balls? Walmart has them in the sporting good section, usually just the white ones tho. I've not yet found the colored ones locally.

Ashleigh....do you have any specialty bird stores in your area? That sells just birds, cages, toys, etc? There was one near me years ago and they had toy making parts as well, but I think they closed down. You could hit the yellow pages and see....

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I've picked up all the balls for my toys in the pet area actually, there are bags upon bags of them in the cat area. Some have bells in them and some are wiffle ball type and they are smaller too.

My suggies love the ones with the bell in them, I think cause they can make the cat think his toys are moving by themselves when he hears the jingle...


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Originally Posted By: Gizmogirl
Originally Posted By: tournesoul
WOW!!! jumpThanks Liezl~
Im so excited!!! This stuff looks SO great!! AND do-able smile Hooray!!
Question~ what size is the chain? I know I read somewhere that the chain should be a certain size so they dont get their feet/hands/toes/fingers? caught up! That idea terrifies me frown
I saw some chain at Lowes the other day but I didnt know if it was safe???
Also, does anyone know if metal chain is ok?

thanks

PS They do NOT carry plastic chain at Michaels or AC MOore. fyi.



Well then Lyndsey, if it's do-able, I want to see your end results in the Home made toys let's do it thread! thumb Get to it girl!!

Teresa and others posted some great links for the chain.

I don't use metal chain at all.


I apologize for not getting back here sooner!!! I just tried to write out a simple explanation which did not stay so simple so I deleted the whole thing and have gone back to just saying sorry! smile

I will definitely post some pics when I manage to get the toys actually made smile ... and have the cord for my camera OR a new camera... thumb

As for the chain, thanks for the links! I also wanted to know the size that was ok or safe or the ones that are not. I did get some at Lowes that has huge links, size?, so nothing will get caught in it. I definitely need some smaller though and will be ordering some for sure! I just am terrible at waiting! Learning though... these boys are good teachers! I wouldnt wait this much on anyone. LOL!!

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Ha ha, these cute little rascals will definitely teach you patience. thumb The 1/2" chain works great. thumb I use both the half inch and the bigger links, not sure of the size on them either. Have fun Lyndsay! dance


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Originally Posted By: Gizmogirl
Forage Around





You will need:

1 Hoola Hoop
Beads
Foraging cups
Bathtub ducks
14" Fleece strips

Instructions:

1. Cut 14" wide strips of fleece to cover the entire hoola hoop.
2. Fold the fleece in half lengthwise, cut 1.5" x 5" fringes, leaving the folded end uncut.
3. Tie double knots with the matching fringes around the hoola hoop.
4. Add foraging cups, ducks, beaded strings and whatever your gliders like to play with.


dunno hmmm... I am confused on how to do this??? I got my hula hoop, got fleece, beads, craft lace stuff, some bathtub buddies... I still need to get the little shotglasses - I found some before in a town 1/2 hour away but let my daughter use them for a presentation at school as I thought they were the wrong thing (6th graders doing shots!!
~Of coconut juice. LOL)

I am confused on the fleece cuts... 14" x what fleece strips? 14x14? and then wrap it around and leave the ends which will then be about 5" and cut them 1 1/2 inches wide to wrap around? I think as I was thinking this through I got it but with my luck these days I will be wrong so I would just love to know I got it b4 I actually start cutting. thumb

and with the flower ~ if I fold the end and attach a carabiner (sp?) and then fold some fleece over each end... how do I use the carabiner?

thanks


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Lindsay, let me cut some fleece and take a pic for you. Give me a few minutes. thumb


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Sent you a PM. thumb


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Originally Posted By: tournesoul
I also wanted to know the size that was ok or safe or the ones that are not. I did get some at Lowes that has huge links, size?, so nothing will get caught in it. I definitely need some smaller though and will be ordering some for sure! I just am terrible at waiting! Learning though... these boys are good teachers! I wouldnt wait this much on anyone. LOL!!


I think most people generally use 1/2" (2mm), 3/4" (3mm) or 1" (4mm).

I did read years ago, of a glider being injured with larger chain where toes were caught between 2 chain links.

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Originally Posted By: CritterHill
Originally Posted By: tournesoul
I also wanted to know the size that was ok or safe or the ones that are not. I did get some at Lowes that has huge links, size?, so nothing will get caught in it. I definitely need some smaller though and will be ordering some for sure! I just am terrible at waiting! Learning though... these boys are good teachers! I wouldnt wait this much on anyone. LOL!!


I think most people generally use 1/2" (2mm), 3/4" (3mm) or 1" (4mm).

I did read years ago, of a glider being injured with larger chain where toes were caught between 2 chain links.


Thank you!! and ugh to the larger chain... I guess I could use it on stuff that wont go in the cage though ~ where I would always be right there just in case. Man, I thought I at least had that down ok frown

I appreciate the input!!

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Originally Posted By: CritterHill
Originally Posted By: tournesoul
I also wanted to know the size that was ok or safe or the ones that are not. I did get some at Lowes that has huge links, size?, so nothing will get caught in it. I definitely need some smaller though and will be ordering some for sure! I just am terrible at waiting! Learning though... these boys are good teachers! I wouldnt wait this much on anyone. LOL!!


I think most people generally use 1/2" (2mm), 3/4" (3mm) or 1" (4mm).

I did read years ago, of a glider being injured with larger chain where toes were caught between 2 chain links.


Thanks for the heads up. thumb


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guess what I plan to do tomorrow as a good mommy??? finally...

I found some multi colored shot glasses at a store called five below or five above... something like that!! SO excited!! hula hoop and twisty thing going to get done tomorrow. I know they have real names but I am having severe computer problems and no sleep last night so I am giving it my best right now. LOL!!

HAPPY MOTHERS DAY ALL YOU WONDERFUL SUGGIE MOMMYS!!!!


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