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  • Judy Olson

    15 Years of "Good Things" for Weddings - Martha Stewart Weddings Inspiration

  • Koz

    Paper fortune teller / A fortune teller (also called a cootie catcher, chatterbox, salt cellar or whirlybird), is a form of origami used in children's fortune-telling games.

  • Suzi Holler

    "Cootie Catcher Wedding Favor" initially featured in "Martha Stewart" of Fall 2001. -- A trend (just Google "wedding cootie catcher"!) that I missed completely, but this Jane-Austen-inspired one is gorgeous. A how-to link is included, and while there is a template, it is not this one.

  • Eugenia Meade

    Calligraphed cootie catchers... such a cute wedding idea! @Rita Meade Soliday

  • Sabrina Koops

    A childhood memory now transformed for wedding stationary.

  • Kane L

    Cootie Catcher - childhood game :D

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