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    No sure if anyone mentioned this or not but I saw heat wraps for your back 3pcs and for your knees/elbow 2pcs for $3. I think they were by thermacare.
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    Hi there,

    I saw the bean bag chairs with the towels, cushion covers and stuff.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyb View Post
    I've been hunting for the bean bag chairs. They may have sold out, but maybe I'm not looking in the right area. For anyone who has seen them, what section were they in?

    Trainyards had them with the place mats. They were in a bin and I passed them three times. Had to get help...

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    The Garden Corner seeds 3/$1.00 that are in Dollarama are McKenzie Seeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linguistar View Post
    Has anyone seen the shoe organizers that look like see-through pockets that you can hang at any of the Dollarama´s? Sometimes teachers use them to organizer cue cards in their classes too. I read online that they make great organizers when going on a cruise too. I´ve been looking for them at different Dollarama´s for the last 2 months and no luck. Just wondering if anyone knows. Here is a sample of how they look:
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    Picked this up at Dollarama at least 2 years ago, in black. It's fairly flimsy and I had the remove the string at the top and reinforce with 2 hangers. It's still fairly flimsy but was only $2. I use the top tiers to store emergency stuff like extra mini flashlights, batteries, a mini transistor radio, matches and candles. There is no way it would hold heavy stuff.

    But it's sitting on the back of a closet door out of sight. And if there's a power failure I know I won't have to go rummage through drawers and cupboards to get at stuff fast.



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    Hi there,

    Thanks for sharing this is more or less what I'm looking for, even though it's not see-through. I like how you reinforced it with the hangers. What a handy idea! I'll keep looking for it!

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by kava5 View Post
    Picked this up at Dollarama at least 2 years ago, in black. It's fairly flimsy and I had the remove the string at the top and reinforce with 2 hangers. It's still fairly flimsy but was only $2. I use the top tiers to store emergency stuff like extra mini flashlights, batteries, a mini transistor radio, matches and candles. There is no way it would hold heavy stuff.

    But it's sitting on the back of a closet door out of sight. And if there's a power failure I know I won't have to go rummage through drawers and cupboards to get at stuff fast.



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    Quote Originally Posted by linguistar View Post
    Hi there,

    Thanks for sharing this is more or less what I'm looking for, even though it's not see-through. I like how you reinforced it with the hangers. What a handy idea! I'll keep looking for it!

    Thanks!
    I'm really happy with this purchase because I bought it on a lark for $2 (with no intention of holding shoes and thinking of something good to use it for occasional use.)

    I don't think it's strong enough to hold shoes or would hold up for everyday use as it's flimsy. If you want the clear acrylic ones I would advise shell out for a better quality item for $15 to $30. Be sure the top is reinforced with a steel bar of some sort.

    I have bought MANY MANY items at Dollarama that I saw elsewhere for at least triple the price (the identical item or comparable in quality.) But this is not one of them.

    But for the purpose I found for it and the $2 price tag, I'm very happy with this purchase.
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    This lady here made her own from a drop sheet and vapor barrier.
    http://www.imperfecthomemaking.com/2...iy-pocket.html
    I like the idea of having emergency items at hand.

    One of my fave product is the Corlin farms body wash. Love the smell and leaves the skin soft.
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    oooh! my next project! (I've checked my dollarama and they don't have any)

    Quote Originally Posted by SharonMe View Post
    This lady here made her own from a drop sheet and vapor barrier.
    http://www.imperfecthomemaking.com/2...iy-pocket.html
    I like the idea of having emergency items at hand.

    One of my fave product is the Corlin farms body wash. Love the smell and leaves the skin soft.
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    Isn't vapo barrier quite pricey?

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    Darn, I thought it was... Unless you already have a roll at home, because I don't think you can buy just a little bit.

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    Dollarama Angrignon Mall
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    Removable Wall Mural Winnie the Pooh. $3

    Home Depot US sells them for $22.94 Click on the link for a larger pic.

    http://www.homedepot.com/p/Disney-29...4#.UTUZJTcS93i


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    Found some really nice easter table decor. Placemats in a fern green, dried vine wreaths with little eggs and nests on them, and frosted candle holders in the same green with a bird design. It looks like something out of better homes and gardens! I got enough to set the table for 4. I prefered the moss green colour. But you could do this set up with a topaz/blue or with a soft pink instead (at least trainyards was fully stocked to allow all those colour combinations). So pretty and so perfect for spring and Easter!
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    Havent' seen these at Dollar Store but just saw them today at XS Cargo store for $2.98. They were not clear but rather khaki coloured and made of thin cloth. Not sure if you have an XS Cargo near you or not. I saw them in Cambridge, Ontario store. Hope this helps.

    Quote Originally Posted by linguistar View Post
    Has anyone seen the shoe organizers that look like see-through pockets that you can hang at any of the Dollarama´s? Sometimes teachers use them to organizer cue cards in their classes too. I read online that they make great organizers when going on a cruise too. I´ve been looking for them at different Dollarama´s for the last 2 months and no luck. Just wondering if anyone knows. Here is a sample of how they look:
    Attachment 165635

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    Wohoo I finally figured out how to post a pic. Had to share this if you find the shoe organizer and have little girls, or boys. I wish I had of thought of this when my daughter was younger!
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