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  • R. Waesche

    DIY and inexpensive Mother's Day gift ideas, you could use a mason jar or another holder. Not to crazy about a soda bottle cause I don't dink soda! :)

  • Malena Billups

    Shower/Hospital gift for a new mom... a Mommy Pampering Kit. Cute idea;)

  • Alanna Hrestak

    DIY and inexpensive Mother's Day gift ideas. I did this with a 1 gallon water jug. For my mom and used a picture of her when she was younger and add this on the bottle with mommy pampering kit. She loved it!

  • Sharon Sweet Seiler

    mommy pampering kit for new moms. Great quick gift idea. Endless gift idea's!

  • Taunya Morson - Peuplie

    Mommy Pampering Kit - cute idea, can also do this to make different types of kits. love the packaging idea

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