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  • Cindy Cagle

    What a great idea! (and a great excuse to buy some Pringles-lol) Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. Then modge podge some pretty scrapbook paper on to it!!

  • Britni Pitts

    You can use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. Cover it up with contact paper or wrapping paper.

  • Christie McBride

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

  • 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 Wood

    Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. I think I could contact paper the can to make it look better. Great idea

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Contact Paper, Unused Uncook, Scrapbook Paper, Uncook Spaghetti, Great Ideas, Pringles Cans, Wraps Paper, Storage Container, Spaghetti Noodles

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