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  • Marianne Russell

    Snowman light bulb! Great upcycle idea!

  • Leah Armstrong

    Snowman lightbulb ornament- i love this idea

  • Romina Di Gasbarro

    When the last old style light bulb dies out...we'll know where to put it. Home Decor Ideas: Lightbulb Snowman Ornaments

  • Irma Valle-Gallegos

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