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Birthday Box- Class

Birthday Box
 
Birthday Box Class- I'm always excited to show you any project I'm working on, class or not.  I am working to build a variety of classes that include cards, projects and crafty d├ęcor projects.  Keep in mind each class I create is an idea for you to run with.  Use what you have in your stash and follow the detailed instruction and techniques I provide.  If you want to build exactly what you see each class comes with a full supply list. 
 
I always hate giving cash as a gift.  How boring!  If I'm going to give money then it better be fun!
 
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  1. This ATB is fabulous! Colors unusual but very stylish! I love it! BArbarayaya

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    1. Haha Barbara! My niece loves purple. I was trying to break it up with the green and purple. I was a little stumped myself.

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  2. Such a great gift box Nicole. And you're right, they are the perfect size for gift giving. Thank you so much for joining us at A Vintage Journey. Jenny x

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  3. This looks brilliant Nicole, great idea and I love how you decorated it!! Oh yes and of course thanks for adding it to A Vintage Journey!

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  4. I totally agree with you on giving money as a gift…but the recipients love it ;)
    If you are going to go that route with a gift this is a perfect way to do it :)

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