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Thread: Guess where I worked

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    Made this about 3yr ago for a United Way silent auction at my workplace.
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    How cute... lol.. that would be a big hit in my house.

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    Cute idea -surprised your employer didn't make sure to submit the highest bid and hang it in the corporate office.

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    Oh my, that's really cute! I give Little Debbie's chocolate pound cakes credit for at least 15 pounds that I certainly don't need to be carrying...Oh, I give CocaCola, M&Ms Dark Chocolate Peanuts, and several ice cream manufactures equal credit for all the rest of my unwanted/unneeded pounds...there's plenty of credit to go around...believe me! Funny, I gave up the Little Debbie's...not by choice,mind you, I just couldn't find them anymore...and I've still got all those extra pounds!
    That really is a cute quilt! Thanks for sharing!

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    What a cute quilt. Did you make copies of the boxes or find pictues on the internet to print?

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    So cute!!! I agree - should be hanging in headquarters

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    What a unique idea!!! Great quilt!!! Hope it fetched lots of money!!!

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    cute quilt, job well done

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    Your quilt looks very professional w/the pics in frames of the Good Ole all junk foods we can relate to. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    That is sew cute, "Little Debbie's" quilt. I agree with several of the others that it should be hung in the Corporate Office. I had a girlfriend from Arkansas that worked in one of their facilities and I always told her that I wanted to trade her places, I love Little Debbie's products, they're so hard to resist!

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    The plant manager did ask to buy it to hang in the Lobby, but this was donated for charity and she could bid on it, she was outbid. It did really well, for just the plant employees bidding on it. I gathered a carton (memco) from every production line in our plant and copied them onto printable fabric. Very easy to do, the whole quilt only cost about $60 to make.

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    Very cool :thumbup:

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    Wow! Printer Ink is expensive so $60 was a bargain on supplies there. It's just too much for words.

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    What a cute quilt and a great idea for a fundraiser. I love it. It makes me hungry. :-D :-D :-D

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    Learn something new everyday. Did not know there was a Little Debbie in Stuart's Draft, VA.

    Cute quilt.

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    That's adorable!!

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    Dolly Madison? ;)

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    Forgot to say, we get Little Debbie's here in AL, checked out of Collegetown, TN (I think that's right).

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    That's just too cute.

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    That is adorable!

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    Very cute quilt. You did a great job on it.

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    Very nice. :thumbup:

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    nice job

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    My goodness, it's gotta be good ! Very nice, and thanks for sharing.

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    I would have gained at least 20lbs just making the thing ;)

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