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Dresser Drawer Card Set

February 22, 2013

This wonderful project has been designed by Christy Fulk exclusively for the February edition of Craft Project Central.  Isn’t it just gorgeous?  To see more of Christy’s fantastic work take a visit to her blog Create with Christy and don’t forget to leave a comment, letting her know just how much you love her projects.

Dresser Drawer Card SetThis dresser drawer box would look so nice on any desk, and inside are two card sets! Once the cards are gone, the dresser can be used to store pens, notepads, postage stamps, paper clips, and any other little things you want to store inside. This would be a wonderful gift to make for any friend or family member. It’s also a great project for a class.

If you would like to create this fabulous project then just pop on over to Craft Project Central and sign up for the February edition.  Remember it’s only $10.00 for 10 projects.

Bye for now, Kris.

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