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    • Erin Marcotte

      Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what you're saving for. Great idea for kids too.

    • Lisa R.

      What a great idea for a piggy bank! What image would your kids put in their shadow box? Source: 21st Century Keeper at Home

    • Stephanie Kipirtoglou

      Shadow box saver- good for kids to see what they r saving for...!

    • Lisa Bragg

      I love this idea. Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what they're saving for. This would be a good idea for kids to teach them to save for something.Might work for adults too! ;-)

    • Rebecca Jean

      Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what you're saving for. Cool idea for kids... or adults

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