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  • Angel Chang

    New Years 12 grapes make a wish at midmight columbian thing or whatever frozen grapes in party drinks fun idea

  • Kim Smith

    A champagne flute filled with 12 grapes lets kids join parents in a New Year's Eve toast. i like #2 best a stocking filled with breakfast foods

  • Sam O'Connell

    *Frozen grapes on a stick with sprite or sparkling grape juice in a plastic champagne glass for kids on New Years Eve!

  • Laura Garza

    Newyears idea

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