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  • Jennifer Anderson

    Pumpkin Totem Pole - Made from stove burner covers and pizza dishes from the dollar store. Same principle would work for a snowman too.

  • Kathleen Power

    pumpkin topiary made of burner covers from dollar store. @Terrimarie Martsolf Martsolf Martsolf B Mansfield- stove burner covers would work for the handprint crafts instead of the plates bc the kids could take these on the bus!(:

  • Jo Brewster

    mollie's mom: "It's a Pumpkin Totem Pole!!" Look what you can do with old burner covers or new from the Dollar Tree?

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