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  • Lauren Davis

    The door knob makes the difference! DIY: reuse glass jars - remove stickers with goo gone, spray paint lids, punch hole in lid and add drawer knob

  • Ashley Park

    **Recycle Glass Jars** (remove stickers with goo gone, spray paint lids, punch hole in lid and add drawer knob)

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Recycled Glass, Paintings Lids, Doors Knobs, Punch Hole, Drawers Knobs, Removal Stickers, Glasses Jars, Glass Jars, Add Drawers

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