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  • Sarah

    Rubberbands as wine glass labels [unknown source]

  • Lisa Narramore

    Outdoor Party Helper/Rubber Band ID/ A guest's wineglass won't end up in the wrong hands when one of these brightly colored name tags identifies it. Use a permanent marker to write the name of a guest on a wide rubber band after placing it around a glass. Alternatively, you might use the bands as napkin rings that double as place cards. marthastewart.com

  • Lisa Vaccaro

    27 Best Summer Party Hacks - label drinks, rubber bands

  • Stephanie Williams

    Rubber-Band ID - Your wine glass won't end up in the wrong hands when one of these brightly colored name tags identifies it. Use a permanent marker to write the name of a guest on a wide rubber band after placing it around a glass. Alternatively, you might use the bands as napkin rings that double as place cards.

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