Post by Berry McPaper-cuts on Nov 15, 2017 17:10:03 GMT
A cuttlebug is a die cutting/ embossing machine and a shim is something you put in your ‘sandwich’ to increase pressure when you put your die/ embossing folder through. A typical ‘sandwich ‘ would be a plastic base plate , paper, die, shim, top plate. Shims can even be copy paper or card.
We have used Amazon Pantry several times over the last couple of years, particularly to send Birthday packages to the boys and especially as carrying stuff home on the train is a bit tricky. This year was more problematic for Firstborn as he can only really get them at weekends, and he was going to be in and out today anyway!
We decided to try the PrimeNow service which basically uses Morrisons in certain cities to deliver groceries including fresh and frozen produce as well. We can't get it here but he can in Liverpool (note the "l" on the end there - you know who you are!). It's same day with a two hour slot. I ordered at about 2 o'clock and just before 5 he received a crate of beer (arrived chilled) and a crate of Pepsi along with biscuits, crisps and snacks, a 12 pack of cheesestrings (his favourite!) and a 3 pack of double chocolate Magnums. Lovely to be able to put some ice cream in his birthday box! I could have sent fresh meat and all sorts but this was a treat box.
It cost a bit more than a normal Pantry box (delivery is free over £40) but still worth it for a birthday. Most impressed. And he is well chuffed!
Having posted earlier about not having Prime, I've now got it (because of receiving the Echo Show and a Firestick.) I have ordered four things and am impressed with the speed of delivery and the fact that it's free (QVC take note!) but I've obviously got a lot more of the 'service' to explore as I didn't realise they did food too.