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    I made these yrs. ago. Very easy and fun.

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    I love this!
    I have some vintage linens w/ embroidery that would look pretty. the little case would also work as a sachet cover...maybe add a loop and button for finish. thanks so much for sharing-
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    Thanks so very much for your tutorial! On Tuesday afternoons, I have been teaching my 11 year old grand daughter and her friend to sew Christmas gifts. These tissue holders will be perfect for next week! They will be able to finish several in the sewing session. My granddaughter always needs lots of tissues the day of her allergy shots so she will enjoy having one of these tissue holders for herself. Thanks a million!

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    Yeah............. They turned out perfect. Thanks

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    Thank you! They are so pretty. Great stocking stutters !

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    sound like a nice St. Nick gift or stocking stuffer
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    Love it!! I can make this to put inside the bags I make. Thanks for sharing.
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    thanks for the tutorial, will make great gifts
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    thanks for the tuit....these things are like potato chips. I made three last night, plan on making more. Some of these will contain gift cards tucked ontop of the tissue. Kind of like a duel duty gift card envelope.
    I lined the top layer with iron on stabilizer for a little extra body.

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    Thanks for re-posting. I need some quick stocking stuffers!
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    Thank you so much

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    That is just fabulous - wish I had seen this while my Mom was alive - she always had a tissue in her pocket & at least 1 package of these tissues in her purse.
    Thank you

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    Great tut. Thanks
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    Tissues packs that do not open at the end

    Hi all, I just found the tissues packets that do not open at the end, at Target yesterday. It's their own brand "UP". I found some in the travel size section, in a pack of 4. I think it was 99 cents for the pack.

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    This is a really fun little project. I am new to quilting and new to sewing. I decided to give this a try because it looked like something even a beginner could do. It came out cute and I liked it so much that I made a little glasses holder to match!
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    These are really cute! But where do you find the tissue to go inside? The only tissue I've found is skinny and sideways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gramjo1 View Post
    These are really cute! But where do you find the tissue to go inside? The only tissue I've found is skinny and sideways.
    I just take my regular tissues out of the big box and fold several (individually) to the size I need to put into the little holder. Lots cheaper, too, plus, I have the kind I like!
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    It couldn't be simpler, and so cute!

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    Just came across your tut - Such a fun and quick project, I couldn't sleep last night, so at 2:00 am this morning, I was making these. So much fun and they are quite handy. Makes a great quick gift. Thanks for sharing.
    Jody Price

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    These are cute and we all could use something like this that is easy to find in ones purse. Thank you. marvel
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    I made 11 of these in about an hour.. They are so cute and easy to make.

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    thank you,,,thank you for this idea.....i know what i'll be doing tomorrow in sewing room....and I think i am going to monogram them with first letter of their name on emb machine...!!!!!!
    Buzzy Bee

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    How Cute and Fast! TY, TY, TY
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    I have a question. Where can you get travel size tissues where the packaging is split down the middle? We can't find them around here anymore. They're all split at the top. Thanks. Would love to make these super cute, super quick tissue holder.

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    tissue holders

    Thank you so much! They really are easy, I made 6 yesterday in one hour. These will go into my drawer of gifts that I keep for unexpected situations. Madeline

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