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    Clothes Line Planter Candles diy crafts craft ideas easy crafts diy ideas diy idea diy home diy vase easy diy diy candles for the home crafty decor home ideas diy decorations paint the clothes pins craft candles

  • Nazyrah Rogers

    DIY Clothes Line Planter or candle holder

  • Melody Bray

    Clothes Pin Planter, Tea Light Candle Holder, DIY IDEA

  • Shir Somech

    Easy DIY Clothes Pin Vase or Candle Holder

  • Kim Cooke

    DIY candle holder • or plant holder for home grown kitchen spices | supplies: aluminum can • smooth cut can opener • clothes pins

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