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      beautiful flowers

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      DIY Wedding Centerpieces - Creative Wedding Centerpiece Ideas - Country Living

    • Linda Nemes

      Tin bucket centerpiece

    • Jane Braun

      Bleach on shiny galvanized buckets - Playful wedding reception ideas - casual wedding decor - Country Living

    • Terri Carroll Suzuki

      I like the colors. If we can't do the sunflowers, this is an easy idea for our vases. DIY Centerpieces Country Living

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