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  • Raeyanna Boesch

    anniversary gift idea: penny's for the year you were married, kids' birth years, start of the business?

  • Marie-Christine Rondeau

    Lucky pennies! the year you were born, the year you were married, kids' birth years, etc. This would make a cute anniversary gift too.

  • Olivia Hogue

    The year you were born, the year you were married, kids' birth years, etc. ... what a cute idea! great bday or anniversary gift

  • Janet Zottoli

    Lucky us copper Keychain with two lucky pennies - one penny can have the year you met your husband, the other penny can have the year you married him. Or instead of "Lucky Us" you can have it read "Mommy" and have the penny years be those of your kids birthdays. Cool idea. I'm not married or a mommy, but I have other important dates I'll use...

  • Jaymie Hansen-Newton

    Cool idea. Pennies of the year you were born, the year you were married, kids' birth years, etc.

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