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  • Dana Dobias

    For their Skylanders! Hot glue cups to cardboard and store Christmas ornaments in them in tubs. Cool idea! The Red Solo Cups are catchy!

  • Cheri Artigue

    Genius! Hot glue cups to cardboard and store Christmas ornaments in them in tubs. Another good ornament storage idea.

  • Shannon Tanksley

    Hot glue cups to cardboard and store Christmas ornaments in them in tubs.- Not sure about the plastic cups, but i like the general idea

  • Crystal Eidson

    Red Solo Cup. I fill you up. With my Christmas decorations, You're a great creation.. I hot glue cups to cardboard and store Christmas ornaments in them in tubs. Where has this BEEN all my life???

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