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    "your the bomb" rolo's



    • Mary Ellen Graham{Orange County PhotoSolutions}

      101 Valentine's ideas for under $ 5.00 "You're the Bomb" (rolo) Source for dynamite:

    • Rachel Narancich

      Homemade Valentine Idea! Wrap Rollo’s candy with red paper, use a bit of black licorice for the wick and tie bundle with black pipe cleaner. This Valentine could read... “You’re Dynamite!” or “You’re a Blast”…. or “You’re the Bomb.”

    • Pattie Goldman

      101 Valentine's ideas for under $ 5.00 "You're the Bomb" (rolo) Source for dynamite:

    • Joely Beck

      "You're the bomb!" Rolos. Great teacher gift idea - the boys would love doing this!

    • Jennifer Roach

      "You're the bomb" Valentine made with Rolos! Super cute valentine idea.

    • C Makdeez

      Valentines idea: you're the bomb--rolos and construction paper

    • Marlena

      "You're the Bomb!" Valentine idea. Amazing!!

    • Helen Saggers

      You're the bomb. Valentine's gift idea

    • Julee Irish

      Teacher gift or good valentine idea.

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