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Thread: Super super easy tissue holder

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    Junior Member GeriP's Avatar
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    That is adorable, so quick and useful. Thank you so much. I will be adding this to my Charity tote filled with goodies for a breast cancer fundraiser. :)

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    Just made my first one today - Wow!!! Super quick and easy! I'll be making a bunch more for Christmas!

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    Very nice. Thanks

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    Thank you....ohhhhh...I see stocking stuffers galore!!!

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    great tutorial, love the idea of putting the elastic on them for over the visor.

    How difficult would it be to add a loop to the back for wearing say over a belt... or to slip the elastic through for putting on visor so it can be used without the elastic. (I have some elastic with Velcro on the ends, so that would be a great way to use it)

    How difficult would it be to add a pocket to the back, for say little wet-naps, feminine wipes, sanitizer wipes, alcohol wipes, etc

    I was thinking that it could be a mini first aid kit too... instead of Kleenex, with a few modifications, add Velcro for closure, and put in some band aids, alcohol wipes, cream, etc.

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    I made some, even a beginner sewer like me did a nice job! hehe

    I still need to try my variations and see how they come out.

    Thanks for a wonderful and simple tutorial.

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    That is just the cutest thing!! I may need to go whip out a few of those!

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    Linda they are super easy and very quick to do. My mother in law was telling my sis in law about them, and sis in law suggested I make some for baby wipe packs... so, being I have no babies, thus no wipes, and no idea the size of the package, mother in law is going to pick up a pack for me to use as a reference.
    When I get it done I will post a pic... might be a few days as I am now on the search for a cute baby fabric for the outside hehe.

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    how easy...I have to go try it....

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    Well, these are just tooo cute for words. I'm not that cute so I always have words to share. :-)

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