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    Breast Cancer Awareness I have a brand new pink lace bra that I'll never get to wear!!! Thinking this would rock in my bedroom!

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    What’s the most unusual planter or garden decor that you’ve seen?

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    Hanging Baskets - Cute as a breast cancer research fundraiser?

  • Jennifer Thygesen

    Pink Bra Flower Planter! Great fundraiser idea for breast cancer "support".

  • Caleb Stodden

    I liked this as an everyday flower pot before I found out it was for Breast Cancer Awareness.... #Awkward

  • Stacey Douan

    Unique Outdoor Flower Pots | This Bra Planter takes the prize for being the most unusual planter I ...

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