Ads

Collapse

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

How a newbie can make you snigger.......

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • How a newbie can make you snigger.......

    I love fabrics, paper, flowers basically everything that is crafts or can be used to make things = with one exception....





























    ..... I think I have ...................


























    .... a Button phobia



    Only the ones like shirt buttons, clear plastic ones, huge decorative buttons, buttons that are coloured and have gouges out of them to make a decorative effect......



    An insight into the weird and wonderful world of one of your new forum members. How sad eh!!

  • #2
    Not the chocolate ones though!!!!!!!!!!!!
    MISI - http://www.misi.me.uk/store_info.php?user_id=741

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by Louise88 View Post
      Not the chocolate ones though!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Strange, for them I can make the exception everytime So long as they don't start putting holes in the middle.....

      I also prefer some of the new packets that have objects OTHER than the button on the front, LOL

      Comment


      • #4
        hmmmmmmmmmmmm chocolate buttons

        welcome to the forum

        Visit my blog!
        http://peggycrafts.blogspot.com/

        Website:
        www.peggycrafts.co.uk

        Etsy shop:
        www.peggycrafts.etsy.com

        Comment


        • #5
          Hello and to the forum. I won't hold your button phobia against you...even though I love buttons! I think you will fit right in.

          Jo x
          Things to make and do
          Things to make and do's Facebook page
          Michael Lovejoy's Art

          Comment


          • #6
            Not sad but maybe just a teenie tiny bit weird..... I can tolerate most things BUT feet oh no no no no no, can't stand them (no pun intended).
            www.littlebead.blogspot.com
            www.twitter.com/littlebead

            Comment


            • #7
              HEIGHTS is my phobia. I once took my DD up to the first level, the whispering gallery, in St. Pauls Cathederal and was glued to the wall with both arms outstretched.
              I had to be dragged down kicking and screeming. Never put myself in that position again. Soooo embarrassing.
              Carol
              God helps them that help themselves.

              Comment


              • #8
                I do remember watching a programme about phobias many moons ago...... someone had to endure my worst nightmare. She had to sit on a Pearly Kings knee and AND had to pick out a button from a large box of yeuky ones and it still had thread attached.........


                Will never forget that!

                Comment


                • #9
                  a few years ago I used to sub aqua dive then found out I have a thing about fish, not good so I gave it up plus too cold in this country for diving anyway.
                  My blog http://setters-delight.blogspot.com

                  Folksy http://www.justgifts.folksy.com

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    I'm not keen on pressure cookers - I always thought they were going to blow up when I was younger! I used to be terrified of spiders until I had hypnosis and now I'm cured of that particular phobia. I should have got the therapist to sort out the pressure cooker thing at the same time!
                    Gail
                    http://www.stallfinder.com
                    Twitter http://www.twitter.com/stallfinder

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      I love my pressure cooker, but I was scared before I understood how they worked. I could make you some nice soup or a casserole to ease your phobia then perhaps some scrummy rice pudding which is devine in a pressure cooker.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Well, fearing that a pressure-cooker could blow up is perfectly reasonable - they used to do that a lot, once upon a time. But be reassured that now they have those weights on the top, and the little rubber-and-lead bung in them too, They can't do that any more. The pressure can't build up to a dangerous level, as it'd shove the weight off the top first, y'see, long before it got dangerous, and all would be well... except there'd be water everywhere! And if there was not enough water to do that, the little lead bit would get too hot & melt, and then the pressure would release that way. So you're safe!
                        Cheers,
                        Scorch

                        Scorch's Pyrography : www.scorchpyro.co.uk
                        Crafts on Flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/tanniso...7606138937826/

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by GreenPlover View Post
                          I love my pressure cooker, but I was scared before I understood how they worked. I could make you some nice soup or a casserole to ease your phobia then perhaps some scrummy rice pudding which is devine in a pressure cooker.
                          Can it be the soup or casserole please? I'm afraid I don't like rice pudding - the skin thing puts me off!

                          Gail.
                          http://www.stallfinder.com
                          Twitter http://www.twitter.com/stallfinder

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Scorch View Post
                            Well, fearing that a pressure-cooker could blow up is perfectly reasonable - they used to do that a lot, once upon a time. But be reassured that now they have those weights on the top, and the little rubber-and-lead bung in them too, They can't do that any more. The pressure can't build up to a dangerous level, as it'd shove the weight off the top first, y'see, long before it got dangerous, and all would be well... except there'd be water everywhere! And if there was not enough water to do that, the little lead bit would get too hot & melt, and then the pressure would release that way. So you're safe!
                            You see, that still sounds scary to me. I still remember all that steam and hissing!
                            http://www.stallfinder.com
                            Twitter http://www.twitter.com/stallfinder

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              my phobia is peaches !

                              fresh ones not tinned,lol, just thinking about them makes me feel panicky and sick .

                              weird I know
                              Cinderella is proof that a new pair of shoes CAN change your life !!

                              my website http://www.ticketyboo-jewellery.co.uk
                              my misi shop http://ticketyboo.misi.me.uk
                              my blog http://ticketyboojewellery.blogspot.com/



                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X