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    • Bianca Navarro

      DIY Tennis Ball Holder! Very cute idea to hold many things.....Keys for sure! Always loosing those. :)

    • Dial M for Moms

      Tennis ball organization! :) #organize #tennisball #craft #diy --Shared by

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    • Ruth Ann Perkins

      Tennis ball... holder? Man this thing is creepy. I'd love to have a whole WALL of them for stuff I need to hang up. hahaha

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