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  1. Very Creative! I love this idea! Thank you for sharing!

    Hugs,

    Tiffany @ teediddlydee

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Glad you enjoyed it, Tiffany!

  2. I didn’t know what a trug was but I do like your version. Plus you styled them so nicely. I can see how these can be used in so many ways.

    1. I just didn’t want to get a bunch of comments of people asking what a “trug” is, Debra! Guess I thought everyone knew that word! Thanks. These are pretty fun to have around;)

  3. Awesome project, Lora!! I LOVE your styling of them. Can’t decide which I like better the Illinois with the pine cones or the Illinois with the flowers. If you were selling these, I think they’d go like hotcakes 🙂

    1. Thanks, Diana! All the ones with MN licenses sold, of course. These were my leftovers;)

  4. I’ve never heard of a Trug before. Now I want one or two or three. I especially want one for my grandson’s room at our house to hold his toy trucks, like yours. I love these Trugs and their many uses! You rocked this challenge, Lora! Pinned and sharing

    1. Thanks, Marie! They are kind of fun for little boys to carry around their toys with-plus they look cute when they put them away-win/win!

  5. Love your trugs Lora! I had never heard that term before and it’s always fun to learn new things. Your plates are all so colourful and these trugs can be used in so many ways.