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    • Amanda Melvin

      guy Christmas gift idea. Reindeer Beer or Rootbeer Antlers ~ Just wrap brown pipe cleaners around the tops of the bottles, and twist smaller pieces around to make antlers. Hot glue on googly eyes and red pom poms on and your done! Easy peasy!

    • Starla Gann

      Reinbeers-- great gift for guys! Use IBC Root Beer Bottles!

    • Emily Renfro

      reindeer beer bottles for Xmas eve box. Great gift for my dad!!

    • Kelly Reed

      reindeer beer bottles. Great gift for a guys lol

    • Kristin T

      Reinbeers- Good guy gift or hostess gift

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