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Thread: Tissue Pouch Tutorial

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    Cute! Thanks!

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    thank you

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    I love these! Thanks for the tute. I have been having trouble finding the small tissue packs where the tissue comes out the top as would be used with these holders, all I can seem to find anymore are the packs where the tissue comes out the end. Anyone have any ideas where to look for the more traditional kind of small tissue packs (where the tissue comes out the top)?

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    Have you tried the dollar store?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elise
    Have you tried the dollar store?
    No, but that's a great idea. Thanks! :thumbup:

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    thanks for the links

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    I've made both of these types of tissue holders, I found the tissues at the dollar tree store, but they open at the top, so I just take them out of the plastic, (plus they don't make as much noise when you need a tissue in church during the homily) and stick them inside the holder. You could probably cut a slit in the plastic lengthwise if you wanted to keep it in the plastic.

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    Thanks for the links!!

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