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  • Nicole Petrowski Huckenpoehler

    Leave on the porch on halloween if you won't be home! Super cute idea, but I know a kid who would take the whole pumpkin! Ha ha ha. No really, cute!

  • Diane Rogers

    What a great idea! Let the kids pull out their own color! Pumpkin lollipop holder!

  • Elliot Lochansky

    Pumpkin Cake Pop or other lollipop holder.

  • Toria Axworthy

    Halloween party idea, love it (fake pumpkins please!)

  • Ashley ♒️

    Pumpkin Lollipop Holder -- leave on front porch if you won't be home Halloween night

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