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Thread: Baby Wipe Gifts

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    Update - Let me clarify,. this is not my idea, I saw it somewhere and made them. I think I can cover just about anything with fabric and it will be pretty. LOL

    Here's a picture of one I did already. Just had so many because I coupon shop and they are about 19 cents after triple coupons. Just find fabric to glue on top and bottom and wahlah,....cute little gift. Of course, I am thinking betty Boop fabric, 30's, whatever for a cover for the more mature girls in the family.

    Oh...you can trim it out and embellish it also.
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    Backside matches front fabric.
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    WOW!!! Gotta love it, so much prettier than the plan boxes. My"girls" still use them for cleaning sticky fingers and faces.

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    Yup, I try to have them in cars, around my house, makeup counters, they work. ANd my Oldest son has 4 kids under 4 yrs old. They really need them. LOL
    Waving to you Grama Lehr.♥♥

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    How cute. You always come up with the neatest ideas. I think I can do this....Can you post more pics to see how the bottom looks?

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    Oh how cute! I'm lucky if I get a .50 off coupon for wipes. Not one store doubles or triples coupons in our area. I have to buy bunches for soldiers.

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    Hi Jo M. YOur red mousie is still in my kitchen visiting. LOL. Here's the back. And I can't take the cake for this one. I look when I shop and then make one from memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fayzer
    Oh how cute! I'm lucky if I get a .50 off coupon for wipes. Not one store doubles or triples coupons in our area. I have to buy bunches for soldiers.
    You can buy refills for these too so not a waste. Our triple places are Tom Thumb, kroger and Brookshires. Other's do double all the time.

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    Nice idea.

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    Our Tom Thumb's triples the prices, not the coupons! LOL

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    I'm trying to see how you did this. So, you cut the fabric to size....do you leave an overhang to glue and tuck inside? Or, do you use a fabric glue to just glue the whole piece of fabric on and then glue on the embellishments? You don't use batting, do you?

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