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  • Jenn Hugunin, Designer

    Easy Christmas decor. Stacked gift boxes tied togethe with a wide ribbon on a cake stand. Under The Table and Dreaming: 50 Simple Holiday Decor Ideas {Easy Christmas Decorating} Saturday Inspiration and Ideas

  • Kendahl Lock

    Christmas gift box table centerpiece on a cake plate

  • Hélène

    Christmas gift box table centerpiece #Christmas #Tree #Sapin #Noël

  • Dorcas Hutcheson

    christmas centerpiece idea -wrap a few empty boxes, stack on a cake stand and throw on some ribbon, can't get easier than that

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