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  • Christina Lichtsinn

    cupcake liners under mason jar lids! Great idea for an outdoor party to keep the bugs out of your drink!

  • Jennifer Cool-Pooley

    Mason jars with cupcake liners... keeps the bugs out of your summer beverages! Also inexpensive to make yourself. (Could premake drinks and/or cocktails for Smudgie's birthday-- no bartender needed)

  • Carly Hodges

    Mason Jars with cupcake liners -for drinks! Fun party idea!

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