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"BOO!!" Apothecary Jars

When we saw the fall apothecary jars over at Shanty 2 Chic , we were inspired to create our own! Our Boo Apothecary Jars turned out just too cute! We love the traditional colors and prints of halloween, so the black and white gingham ribbons were simply the right touch! The pop of color from the can...

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Love it- but the boys would just love to play with it instead of look at it

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