What's on your wishlist? Posted by CanuckAmok on Sep 07, 2009
So I've been asked to supply a wishlist of gifts I want, maximum C$50 each (about $46 US dollars or €32 euros or $54 Australian). What would you pick? What is on your list? What is the must-have item of 2009?

Grateful for your ideas and suggestions!

J
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by jomama on Sep 07, 2009
Antron fleece, Floral Pro hot glue gun (has removable tips for different size glue application) LOVE MINE, Sintra (For mouthplates)

Only a few that are necessities. I love my glue gun. The only thing is the sticks are oval and can be hard to find. I got mine at Joanne Fabric.

Sue
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by Billy D. Fuller on Sep 07, 2009
I would like to have a shop vac, dremel tool set, air tank and upgrade air brush. Air brush paints, Flocking supplies, latex rubber supplies, lots of creative paper clay, and some high grade camel hair brushes.
My list could go on and on......................... but like you said it is just a wish list so the sky is the limit.

Billy D.

I have one of those glue guns to. Mine is a dremel.....comes with a light assorted tips and dual temp control.
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by StiqPuppet Productions on Sep 07, 2009
Yes I have the Dremel Glue gun as well Billy....really like it.  I would say alot of nice books to inspire ideas in making puppets......they are probably the most pricest of all items.  I would look at topics such as paper mache, marionttes, rod puppets, understanding puppetry and how to perform puppets.....you can never have enough books on this topic.

BTW you can get a Visa or Mastercard gift card that you can use online or at any store that accepts those credit cards....so whoever is giving you money they can easily get these cards in Canada/US and you can buy what you want when you want it...just a thought to make everyone's life a little easier.  Happy spending!

All the best with your gift finding......

Daryl H
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by SHould on Sep 07, 2009
Oh boy, so much I  want... creative  paperclay, antron fleece and dye come to mind. As well as reticulated foam and puppet eyes would be quite handy. The list can be pretty long. But those would definitively top my wishlist.   
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by ClippoPuppet on Sep 07, 2009
Can I put TIME on the list? Yikes, between two jobs I don't have a day off to puppet! I agree with the Dremel Glue Gun comments. Best toy I ever bought! Also antron & reticulated foam, airbrush paint supplies, and other fabrics for costumes, etc.
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by Chris Arveson on Sep 07, 2009
I'm a big fan of my Dremel tools. I don't have a Dremel glue gun, ooh, Christmas gift list!!!
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by Rosie H on Sep 07, 2009
Ok, here goes... I would wish for... bolts of fleece in different skin tones, the biggest pile of felt squares, the shiny colored part of puppets eyes, lots too, 20lbs fiberfill (it's very light so do the math, lol), an overlock sewing machine, a loom, and my garage converted into a craft room please. Oh, and some of these please.

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So, when do you ship?  

BTW... what the deal with the Dremel glue gun? What's it do? Probably a lot more than mine, right?
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by Chris Arveson on Sep 07, 2009
Posted by: Rosie H on Sep 07, 2009
BTW... what the deal with the Dremel glue gun? What's it do? Probably a lot more than mine, right?

Here's the manufacturer's description of a Dremel glue gun:

Many glue guns get the job done for serious crafters and DIY'ers, but only the Dremel 1200 Glue Gun has taken the hassle out of this popular tool. The anti-drip tip of the Dremel Glue Gun reduces glue drip for a cleaner work area and wastes less glue. The silicone cover surrounding the tip protects against accidental burns. Red and green LED lights tell you when the Dremel 1200 Glue Gun is "ON" and "Ready-to-use"...taking the guesswork out of ideal temperature. Depending on your project and glue type, you can select from two temperature settings with the Dual Temperature switch plus a separate On/Off switch so you won't have to unplug the glue gun to turn it off. Dremel has also made this glue gun more comfortable to use with a soft-grip handle and extended three finger trigger which needs less effort to release the glue. To keep your work area safer, the kickstand and wide base prevent the glue gun from accidentally tipping over.
Re: What's on your wishlist? Posted by Rosie H on Sep 07, 2009
Ooooo, I want one! 
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