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Thread: Super super easy tissue holder

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    Thank you so much that looks like something really easy and would make nice gifts.

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    What a neat idea and great tute. I think maybe even I could do this in one days time. Don't laugh, yesterday, I spent the entire day making a pot holder and didn't get it done. Everything that could...did.

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    WOW this is very clever - i had to go back twice and read as i could not understand where your "BINDING" was :) only to click that it was the inner piece. Excellent.

    Lovely quick birthday gifts. Going to make and stash for an emergency. :thumbup:

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    I have GOT to make some of these! Thank you for the great idea! :D :-D :-D

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    Thanks so much for the pattern. I am going to make a bunch for my give-away bag.

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    I can't wait to try these....how nice to coordinate them to wallets, purses, totes, etc....thanks so much.

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    Thanks for the tut. I think I'll make some tonight.

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    Thanks so much for sharing....I have a pattern, but like yours better......I'll be making at least one today...

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    Thanks for the tutorial. Where do you get the tissues?

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    Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew
    Thanks for the tutorial. Where do you get the tissues?
    Anywhere. They are cheap at Walgreens. Get the store brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew
    Thanks for the tutorial. Where do you get the tissues?
    Anywhere. They are cheap at Walgreens. Get the store brand.

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    I too have a pattern/directions for these, but I also like yours better, with the little "trim" on the top. We sold these are our church sale for $2.00 each.

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    great tute, thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks!

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    thank you thank you Thank you!!!!

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    I have to say THANK YOU again! I made 20 of these last night and they are so cute and easy, and look so good. My friends will be thanking you too as I give away all my prototypes!!

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    I too have a pattern/directions for these, but I also like yours better, with the little "trim" on the top. We sold these are our church sale for $2.00 each.

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    I've made more of these than I can count. I always keep several on hand. It's makes a nice little "cheer" package on lots of occasions. I sometimes stick them in birthday cards, or get-well cards, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew
    Thanks for the tutorial. Where do you get the tissues?
    I got mine at CVS, but all the drug stores have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claddaughquilting
    I have to say THANK YOU again! I made 20 of these last night and they are so cute and easy, and look so good. My friends will be thanking you too as I give away all my prototypes!!
    :D :D :D

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    Where do you find little tissue packs that open down the center? I can only find the ones that open with a flap.

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    This would be a great Mother's Day gift for the ladies in my church--think I have time, too! Thanks so much for the tutorial--great idea!

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    Regarding the packets of tissues, which nearly always have a flap opening, you can either take them out of the poly pack, or slice the poly pack open down the centre with sharp pointed scissors. Careful though!

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    I made some embrodiered tissue holder for christmas gifts. Does anybody know where to find the old style Kleenex packs that split in the middle?? The new ones wrap to the side and I had to take the tissues out of the plastic to make it work right!!

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