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Thread: Felt Piggy Bank Tutorial - Might Be A Cute Stocking Stuffer

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    Felt Piggy Bank Tutorial - Might Be A Cute Stocking Stuffer

    I found this and thought it would make a cute stocking stuffer for the kids.

    http://www.dreamalittlebigger.com/po...-tutorial.html
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    Very cute! Thanks for sharing and your service.
    Linda

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    very cute, thank you for link

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    That's really cute! Something that I can make.

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    This is a really cute idea! Thanks for the link.

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    OH that is cute.. I may have to make that for my seven year old granddaughter!
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    I gave one to my two year old grandson and he loved it. He put everything that would fit in it. LOL
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    I remember having one of these when I was a kid. Mine was a black and white one with the white in the middle. Thank you for posting.
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    That's very cute.

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    what a great project for my beginning 4H sewists!! Once they make one in class, they can make several for Christmas gifts. Thank you!!!!!

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    Enlarge it a bit and it could hold a gift card. Cute idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coopah View Post
    Enlarge it a bit and it could hold a gift card. Cute idea!
    That is another cute idea, coopah.
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    I made one yesterday and gave it to my friend at church last night. She loved it. Thanks for the link.

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