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  • Connie Olson

    Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. (Then mod podge it) GREAT idea for all the different types of spaghetti noodles (veggie, quinoa, reg)!

  • Lisa Congleton

    Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. Then mod podge it!! I guess I should get some pringles? I hate pasta boxes!

  • Debbie Ricketts

    Or buy a storage container for a $1. SMH Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. decorate then mod podge

  • Kim Martindale

    Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. Put some contact paper over label to make it pretty. Maybe I could actually use my stash of scrapbook paper for something.

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  • Pat Murphy

    Looks clever, but I can just hear it banging on the door every time you open and close it!

  • Daphine Schmidt

    My husband NEEDS one of these desperately!! Would you make me one too?? I'll pay you for it :)

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