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Thread: Alert on Pocket Pack Tissue Prices!

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    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for the pricing and differing size information. I will be out tissue seeking this week
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    I make matching tissue covers for each purse I make and just include it with the purse. I buy mine at the Dollar Tree or 99 cents store in an 8 pack for $1.00. It isn't a major brand, but it is certainly affordable since I give them away. I made 50 covers for a Christmas craft fair next month I am selling in and put a pack in each one. I will sell them for $1.00 each as stocking stuffers etc, since they were All made from left over scraps.

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    Ralphs markets in this area have home select and much less expense.....for similar to kleenex quality.

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    Hi,

    Aren't these the greatest creative projects. I have made hundreds of them and I am gearing up for my Christmas sales. I am very pleased with the tissues from Dollar Tree, a dollar store. You can order them by the case online and they come 10 packs of great quality tissues for $1.00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1943 View Post
    cvs has their own brand. not as good as Kleenex, but they're soft and hold up pretty well.
    I too have used CVS, Walgreen, and Rite-Aid brands - the prices are right and they are pretty soft.

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    I get mine at Dollar Tree. Eight packs of 10 tissues for $1. They do open on the end, but I split the front and am good to go!

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    I love the idea of making the holder square and using part of a pop up tissue box. Most of the tissue packet tissues are not what I want to use, especially if I have a cold. The pop ups would be more to my liking, as well as much less expensive. Ecologically friendly, too - no extra plastic packaging!

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    i take mine out of the wrap and insert in holder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladybalcom View Post
    i take mine out of the wrap and insert in holder.
    That's what I do with all the small tissue packages! I never understood why keep the plastic in the holder. For gifts or for selling, I buy the printed tissue packs and match the fabric to the tissue print. It looks professional. Also the matched set sells for much more and sells faster at a craft show. For items to sell at a craft show, it's all in the presentation.
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