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  • Kristin Rosenberg

    My wishing well my Mom and I made for my bridal shower. All we did was used a trash can for the base and then broom handles and swiffer mops as the four posts. Then we bought a food cover and attached that to the tops of the four posts with string. For the flower bucket in the middle, we took a wrapping paper tube and attached it by cutting the tubes so they lined up flush to the two diagonal posts and attached it tape. Then we covered the posts with crepe paper and wedding garland.

  • Grace Rudd

    This such a cute idea! Wishing Well trash can. Except with a pretty trash can..

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