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  • Leah Willman

    Add cup holders to your resin Adirondack chair... I am going to have Dean do this ASAP...what a great idea!

  • Christa Witfoth

    Add Cup Holders to your Resin Adirondack ChairHere's a super easy way of adding cup holders to your chairs, and may actually be free! Materials needed: Plastic container(s) from 16 ounce cake frosting (free if you're already making a cake) Tools needed: Marker, pencil, etc. Drill Jigsaw File (optional)

  • Steve Wilson

    Add Cup Holders to your cheap patio furniture

  • Ginger Curet

    Smart idea!

  • Elizabeth Thompson

    create your own cup holder using old frosting cans... what a creative idea.

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