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February 14, 2009


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Cindy, Cindy, Cindy!!! This is absolutely stunning and so over-the-top cute. I had always thought of the Star Angel as a tooth fairy style angel and thought I should create a project for my then little one, but... THIS is SO wonderful! Thank you for your incredible creativity and for sharing it with us!

Gabriela Divine

What a delightful little box! Ingenius!

Sharon Harnist

Cindy, this is the perfect use for the Inchie box! Making a tooth fairy box for my youngest has been on the top of my list of things to do for a while, but since no loose tooth is in sight yet, I've been putting it off! Yours is adorable -- I love this Lockhart angel for it!


Another fabulous creation. I love creating and/or decorating little boxes. I haven't made one this tiny yet, buy can't wait to try your idea. How fun it will be thinking of other uses for this itty-bitty creation - a pair of earrings, a ring, a delicate chain, a bracelet charm, a small pin, one Inchie original, or one perfect piece of chocolate.

Thanks for sharing another great idea.

-mary s.

Penny J.

What a cute idea. This would be great for my granddaughters and great niece. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas!

Jenn E.

Clever, clever girl! What a great use of the Inchie Box!

Sean Butcher

It looks nice, Cindy! Well, losing the first tooth is one of the most exciting and memorable time in a child's life. And for us parents, we must make it more memorable for them by giving them cute and and fancy tooth fairy items. =)

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