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Cute Coffee Sleeve

By: Kathy from Merriment Design
Updated September 12, 2018
This image courtesy of merrimentdesign.com

With this Cute Coffee Sleeve you will keep your coffee warm all throughout the holiday season! This perfect stocking stuffer idea uses thermal fabric to keep your coffee hot without burning your fingers. This adorable holiday craft creatively uses a cardboard coffee sleeve template as a pattern making it just about the cheapest DIY gift this holiday season. Use some cute Christmas pattern fabric to personalize your gift this holiday season.

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Do you have that one person who always carries the coffe or tea with them then here is a perfect gift for them. A cute coffee sleeve made special by you and you can monogram something else on it. Do you need a gift for someone at the office or a teacher for Christmas then here is a good one to make. Make sure you make one for yourself too.

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