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  • Kelly Johnson

    Candy buffet - Glue glass jar onto a candlestick from the dollar store. Imagining a little pick your own candy bar.

  • Mαríα

    DIY: Candy buffet or candle holders ~ hot glue glass jar onto a candlestick from the dollar store

  • Lori Mull

    Glue glass jar onto a candlestick from the dollar store!! Candy Dishes, Candle Holders, ect...

  • Erin Sise

    Candy buffet - Glue glass jar onto a candlestick from the dollar store!! Maybe for a s'mores bar instead??

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