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July 17, 2009



Awesome Love it.


wonderful little thing!!!!

paula e.

these look like they could be used for so many occasions! great tutorial. i got here from splitcoast stampers.

Banu H

Very nice Tutorial. Thanks for sharing it with us. Can you please let me know how many Hershey's Nuggets does this hold?


Nancy Grant

So creative and clever! I LOVE them all!



WOW!! What an AWESOME tutorial!! Thank you!!


Greast tutorial, and cute box... I have already both sets mentioned above, so there is nothing to stop me... thanks

Sandy in VA

sweet little box!


This was EXACTLY what I needed to put a bracelet in for a friends B-day. Many thanks!!! I LOVE IT!!! Cindy

laura j

Thanks for taking time to post these instructions! What a great box!


I love your tutorials and you don't need to come up with anything different and exciting for the beginning, they are perfect - very informative and very useful. Thank you for all the great information.

Rebecca Ednie

Katie you are a genius. How you come up with all these ideas is beyond me. I sure hope you read this. I have a had time using Velcro bc I find the hook and loo. Connection is always stringer than the adhesive so one side pulls off and sticks to the other. Any ideas? What brand do you use? What is your source? I am considering using red line tape or some liquid adhesive with non-sticky velcro. I like magnets but they are ugly and expensive, I always hide them with PP but that is an extra step I don't have to take with Velcro.

Erica Fields

What a neat box...a bit different from the usual ones, and decorated so pretty. Your tute is great...I'm gong to see if I can use it with adjustments for larger sizes as well. Thanks.


This is fabulous! Thank you!


AWESOME tutorial!!! thanks so much for the creative inspiration :D


Really cute boxes and great tutorial. Love the pink polka dot box.

Tricia T.

Great tutorial, Katie! Thanks!

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