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February 20, 2011


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Your little pouches are so pretty. Love that you used a lunch bag to make them.

Melony bradley

jan- the pix from todays post might help- take a good at those and let me know if you still are having trouble

Melony bradley

Deanna- these are so easy to customize for party themes using stamps, stickers, etc. Dont miss the tutorial on the newspaper punches posted today. Thanks for stopping by!


These would be perfect for my little ones party! Goody bags!!

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I'm not quite understanding how to fold the pouch after the initial diagonal folds. Help!

Thank you!

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