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Miss VanDroo

Those are great...What fun that she not only made them, but then displayed them for you to discover. I sure hope my girls continue to create as they grow...

Natalie

They look purrrfect.

heleen

They sure are special! I love how the red cat is watching me!

judy

Oh! Those are amazingly cute! Must go find my stash of calendars. You know, those ones I save for some reason I can never remember.

Lorrie

Adorable boxes - a wonderful use for calendars.

Lorrie

Elizabeth

What a great tutorial, and I love the boxes Grace made. :) I think I'll make use of that tutorial this holiday season!

dawn

I taught my 7 year old to embroider today, (she has not been interested until today) and a vintage pattern none-the-less. Thank you for the box tutorial, I think she will love it!

deb

Well done Grace they look great!

karin

Very cute indeed. And I love the placing, just the spot for little bits and pieces.

Carrie

What a cute craft...

paula

It's a good idea. Thanks for the link.
Alfazema

Fancy Elastic

How brilliant! Thanks for the link.
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SmitoniusAndSonata

Grace is a very talented young lady ! I feel a box-making session coming on . But I doubt they'll be this perfect .

jam

Love Grace's boxes. And thanks for the tutorials. Just what I need w/holidays coming on.

jodi lenz

Grace is quite talented; my daughter loved the tiny bakery treats we purchased a few years ago. Can't wait for your caramel corn recipe; my husband loves it and we were just talking about learning how to make it the other day.

Vintagesquirrel

Love these! Thank Grace for me.

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