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    1-January-2014 Block/Projects of the month PHOTO'S.

    Hello again & HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

    Here is a photo of the boxes that I made for this January 2014 Project of the Month. I hope you like these cute fabric boxes & will enjoy making some yourself. They are fairly easy to make & so fun to fill with different things & give to your friends as gifts. I have already given some of the ones I made away for Christmas gifts for 2013 & I have to say that everyone loved them. I am planning on making a project for each month to fill my Secret Santa Swap package for this coming year. I can hardly wait.

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    Lovely boxes SulaBug It's really nice to have some ready to fill when you need a little present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Lovely boxes SulaBug It's really nice to have some ready to fill when you need a little present.
    Thank You again Anael..........What's so nice about these boxes is that you can make them any size that you like. For the two smaller ones, I put candy in them for a gift. Then the two medium size boxes I filled with bath products & last but not least, the larger one is a bread basket. But you can make them for any gift idea that you can come up with. It will be fun to see what everyone will come up with!!
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    I can see a few in kids fabrics. Doesn't make any noise and can be filled with cookies, candy or whatever My biggest ruler is 12.5" square so I made a few using those measurements. They're not big enough as bread basket though.
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    Beautiful baskets Sulabug.. What size square did you use for the bread basket? I made a couple and used them as part of the Christmas gift, however love your bread basket!
    Tulip

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    Sulabug, your baskets are wonderful!

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    This is a wonderful idea and I look forward to making the projects for Christmas 2014, Your boxes are awesome Sulabug and soon as I have my house chores done I'm going to work on making one.
    Have an awesome day!

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    I know that you can make them any size you want but I can't figure out how deep to sew the conners?
    Maybe you could put up a chart for each size box? Thanks
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    Very cute boxes...must try to make one someday...

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    This is a great idea and I am excited to get started. Even if I miss a month, I won't feel as bad as I do about still not finishing my Blocks of the Month on time.

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