Perfect! I add a little decoration with the embellisher, sew some seams, make a box, and feel much better about that "uninspired flat felt" --which now serves a purpose. And I've a new spot for inspiration! The box isn't as lop-sided as it looks; I took the picture at an angle and didn't straighten it up.
I love lists like this: 25 Alternative Uses for Fabric Softener Dryer Sheets. I actually thought
2. Keep bugs away: Tuck some in your picnic basket or under lawn furniture to repel bees from your juicy flesh and encourage them back to the flowers, where they belong. You can also rub a sheet directly on your bare skin to discourage would- be buggers from leaving their mark.
21. Repel rodents: Use dryer sheets to keep out mice, skunks, squirrels, rats, etc from your basement, garages, boats, campers, and clubhouses.
(I'm trying this #21 this morning. Squirrels are digging in my flower pots; let's see if a dryer sheet or two might discourage them. And rabbits? Would this work with rabbits? What a garden lifesaver! Maybe cutting little pieces staking them around the garden would be a deterrent to squirrels and rabbits...)