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Thread: Gift "box"

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    Super Member amandasgramma's Avatar
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    Granny -- I tried that....but they burned black....didn't like the look. FrayCheck was invisible... Like you said, it's all according to the ribbon you use.
    Dee


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    look very interesting will give it a go and follow up with a message later thanks alot

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    Really Cute!!!
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    Here is my latest tool. Im a tool and ruler junkie!

    http://www.imaginisce.com/sewing-and...l.aspx?id=1732

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    thank you for the tute! I think Christmas gifts would be real nice.
    Donna

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    Have seen these finished. Thanks for such a detailed tute.

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    Very cute. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    OMG - Snipforfun, I am a gadget junkie too...lol. I have been looking at this for some time now and was wondering if it really works good. How do you like it?
    Bernice
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    Senior Member Beeboop71's Avatar
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    Great tutorial. I have seen these used as a coaster holder but they are just as cute to sell or gift just as it sits. I am participating in my very first Christmas Craft Show this December and I think this will be a sweet and quick project to make and sell? Thanks for sharing!
    Bernice
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    Another version: smaller, with a hexagon-ground, with waterproof fabric without seams inside and without ribbons. So you can use it for flowers:
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    Your grandchilds will not remember, whether your windos were neat and clean, when they sleep under your quilts....

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