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Re: Labels -(again)


What about finding your local tinsmith and asking him to cut you some
strips of tin and then write on them with a grease pencil.
Ginny who has just plugged in her blanket for the first time this season.


Too bad about the blanket (you could put some plastic over a portion of it
and use it to germinate seeds -- a la Lee Pickles of daylily fame)

anyway!! Your suggestion about cutting some strips of aluminum is a great one!
sheets of the stuff are available at Home Depot, and etc, and certainly
at a lumber or builder's supply and tin shears are not expensive, either.

For some cost, the strips could be made at the lumber/builder's supply yard.

great idea!! 

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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