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Decorative Greeting Card Holder Part 1- Intro and Preparation

Kleenex Brand Square Box

Cranberry Tart Pieces:
4 Inside walls- 5" X 4.25"
2 bottom pieces, (inside and outside)- 4.25" X 4.25"
1 outside piece- 5" X 11", scored at 1", 5.5", 10"
1 outside piece- 5" X 9", scored at 4.5", then trimm 1/4 inch off each end

Patterned Paper Pieces:
5 Outside peices, (4 walls and bottom)- 4" X 4"
4 fold over flaps- 4.25" X 4", scored at 2" and folded in half

Stamp set used: Holiday Cheer

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Comment by Polly Rae Weinmann on March 4, 2010 at 4:20pm
I have Puffs tissues and the dimensions are just a bit different than Kellenx brand. Can you possibly send me the correct dimensions as I have now saved several and will have many more in the near future.

Thank you,
Comment by Norma Davenport on January 16, 2010 at 6:28am
Loved this so much I took a regular not square kleenex box and adapted this to it. Had todo all the measurements from scratch but love the results. Now all my Nestabilities have a home.
Comment by Teri Riley on January 3, 2010 at 4:36pm
This was so much fun to make, I found some 5" wide decorative peel & stick wall paper border, used vinyl instead of paper for the top edges, It turned out great. I also covered the inside with the border paper and attached it to thin cardboard to make it stronger, glued each piece to the inside and bottom. Will post a picture when I figure out how to.
Comment by Joyce Lofton on January 2, 2010 at 9:47am
It can also be seen on my blog:
Comment by Joyce Lofton on January 2, 2010 at 9:46am
I loved your box so much that my sinusis started acting up and I had to go out and buy 3 boxes of tissue. I made my version of the box and just posted it on my blog and would like to show it here. Thanks so much, I enjoy your tutorials and will spend a little more time here watching them.

Comment by Suzan on December 16, 2009 at 9:35pm
Love the idea so much I went and bought a tissue box just to make one. I didn't buy the Kleenex brand which is what she used but one from the Dollar Store and found the measurements were off a bit. I adjusted accordingly and it worked fine. If you sand the outside edges of the box (the gloss part) any marker will probably work or you could use acrylic paint as well.
Comment by debi t on December 16, 2009 at 12:13pm
A fantastic idea! Now I just have to keep my eye on that tissue box before my D throws it away.
Comment by Linda Polaretzki on December 16, 2009 at 11:08am
fantastic idea

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