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May 03, 2012

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Elaine Allen

Melis -

These are gorgeous! I love how they turned out. What sweet gifts for someone.

Elaine Allen

kolleen moss

What an innovative idea! Once again beautiful creations. Thanks for sharing. I love simple stories papers and embellishments.

~amy~

super LOVE all your projects!!!

laura huffman

love what you did with your recyclable tubes. I visit Becky all the time and love what she makes. tried my hand at these too for Valentines day. turned out great.
love yours. more inspiration. enjoy your day.

Becky

Sooo pretty! Love the idea...and love all of Becky's creations, too!
Have a joyful Friday!
Becky

Lisa

What a fabulous idea to use the TP tubes~love the way yours look! I must try this one! TFS Melissa!!

Meredith

Love love LOVE this idea. I actually saved a couple of toilet rolls for the last PC call, trying to think of a creative way to use them, and never got to them - I think this is SO cool!! And you did such a fantastic job with them!!

Joy_L

Great idea

Linda L

Aaaw Melissa they look awesome. Love their sweet matching cards.

Becky Shander

Wow, your versions turned out fabulous! And thank you for the thoughtful acknowledgement.

Teri

Well, I saw these and knew right away they had to be yours!!! Love them... just the sweetest things ever!!! Love the touch of pom-pom trim!!
Hugs,
Teri

Marlou McAlees

I already pinned these Melissa .. LOl ... love what you created ,, I was wanting to try something like this with the empty kitchen roll tube, would get 2 from it :)
thanks again for sharing your amazing talent hugzz xxx

Kathy Martin

OMGosh! My blog post on Wednesday had the same Pinterest photo and my Doodlebug version of these TP rolls! :) I made mine to be shower favors! I LOVE your vintage take!

Becky Elliott

Your treat pockets and cards are just beautiful! I'm going to give this a try soon! I love how you combined the different Simple Stories paper lines here! Love it!

jan m

Loving all the interesting ways you use product! I must look again and again to see all the fabulous details!!

Charlotte

OMGosh! These are absolutely adorable! I'm always looking for cute and unusual ways to give treats for our ladies and youth, and these would be perfect! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

Carol R

I just love how your imagination takes hold of a simple idea and it becomes a beautiful creation! These treat holders are gorgeous! And the cards are beauties too. This is definitely going into my file folder for use in the future.

lizzi

melissa you never cease to amaze me your work and ideas just get better and better these colors are wonderful
lizzi

jenni

holy cow....i'm so in love with these! i had an entire grocery paper sack full of TP tubes and had to throw them away when we moved. i'm in despair. it's a good thing TP is one of those things that moves quickly and i should have a stash in no time. QUESTIONS: does your machine bog up when you put the patterned paper, which i assume is NOT cardstock, lace and the two layers of the TP tube? or does it move through like clockwork? do you use a heavy duty needle? do you have to push the entire thing through the dog feed? i would LOVE it if you would take the time to answer these questions. i love you and all that you do. you're my muse....thanks for the constant inspiration. wish i could be a fly on the wall in your studio.

Sue Bridges

Just goes to show you how putting a variety of items together can make something so outstanding!

Pendra

I am just in awe...and drooling!

Bev W.

My goodness...I love visiting your blog! Your creations are always beautiful!

Renee VanEpps

These are all so beautiful Melissa!! Would never have guessed they were once just a lowly toilet paper roll!! I have to ask - when you sew things like that, or say chipboard pieces, is there a certain needle or tension that should be used on the machine, or can you basically stitch through anything as long as you go really slow? TIA!

Vicki - Paper Squirrel

What an ingenious idea to use the toilet paper roll! Thanks for passing this along and showing us your beautiful interpretations.

Chris

Just beautiful, as always.

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