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  • Betsy Milan

    take white balloons and white tissue paper. blow up balloons, dip tissue in glue, cover balloons and let dry. cut out a space for battery tea light and use in center pieces.!!! Bebe'!!! What a fantastic centerpiece complete with lights!""

  • Peggy (Dahlhoff) Maxwell

    White christmas urn. Take white balloons and white tissue paper. blow up balloons, dip tissue in glue, cover balloons and let dry. cut out a space for battery tea light and use in center pieces.

  • Elsa Velazquez

    Love this! take white balloons and white tissue paper. blow up balloons, dip tissue in glue, cover balloons and let dry. cut out a space for battery tea light and use in center pieces. Paper Mache Christmas Decor Christmas Lighting Decor Paper Mache Tissue. Christmas Urn Christmas

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