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    • Lettie Maciel

      Put a glass bowl in a hollow pumpkin to hold punch, cider or ice bucket for beer at a Fall party.

    • Katie Poyzer

      Put a glass bowl in a hollow pumpkin to hold punch or cider at a Fall party. Halloween party idea

    • Amber Bishop

      Put a glass bowl in a hollow pumpkin to hold punch or cider at a Fall party. Cute idea. @Regina Ertmann GREAT IDEA for the Halloween party Right!!!

    • Flingers Party Shop

      Pop a glass bowl in a carved pumpkin to use it as a punch or serving bowl! Great for the Halloween party table

    • Jordan Riggs

      Put a glass bowl in a hollow pumpkin and put snacks in it or use it as a punch bowl. Great fall party idea

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