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February 27, 2012


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awesome! Looks like lots of fun and the perfect project!! Glad you took some time out!!

annie toy

This is the GREATEST idea!! I luv the chocolate coated altoids and have lots of tins that I just can't throw away...they were waiting for a special use. Thank YOU for helping to find a great use for them!



What fun! Sweet Pea is a force to be reckoned with--great work!


Cute - as is Swt P's fingernail decor. Well, I did not know what Altoids were and wondered why anyone would want to eat lots and lots of medicine! ha!

Linda in Calif.

Aww...this really is cute. Sweet Pea did a good job.


That is so cute! I have to make some for my granddaughters and some kids in the neighborhood. I love Altoids and have many tins that I can't toss. I did see a tutorial last week on how to cover an Altoids tin. I like this idea better! I also collect International Coffee tins and wonder what I can do with them. Maybe SP will have an idea. She is so darn cute!


That is just darling! My nieces would love one. I will definitely check out the pattern.


That is just a darling picture of Sweet Pea holding the open tin with her treasures...(3rd up from bottom). Looks like y'all had a grand time working together!

Maggie Szafranski

AWWW! I love Altoids, and I love little things! Thanks for the review! I see a project for my little friends and me to do!


Cutest little project ever!!! Not as cute as Sweet Pea, though. :-)


How darling is that - and Sweet Pea looks so proud of herself, as well she should!!!!


So cute and what a wonderful project for you and Sweet Pea to work on together!
She is adorable at the sewing machine :)


I love that! It would be a great little gift for classmates


I MUST make this with Charlotte. I'm sure she would love helping!


Hey, Stephanie. Can you please be my publicist? Wow! I am blown away by this post. I actually didn't know how easy it would be for a kid to help with this project, and now I know! I'm really impressed by your (beautiful) hands-on seven year old and what a great job she did, even with the tiny pieces. Also had to laugh about her having her own fabric stash already. Future craft blogger in the making. It's also helpful to know that fleece is a good substitute! Excellent, thorough review, and of course thanks so much for the double thumbs up!


This is totally cute!
I'm saving every little tin & making some for my children
All 6 of them ... :D
Thanks for the review

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