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  • Debbie Blaszak

    DIY Tutorial~ how to turn a gumball machine into a Fish Tank~ What a fun idea for a kids room or a fun gift idea!

  • Yvonne Ruff

    Love the other ideas on this blog! DIY Project Accessories, Gumball Machine Fish Bowl

  • Allyn Canavan

    Cool idea! Gumball Machine Fish Tank

  • Alicia Long

    Gumball Machine Fish Bowl. This is soo cute for our beta #krewella #beta #bowl #fishbowl #cutekidsstuff

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Ideas, Fish Tanks, Machine Fish, Rotisserie Chicken, Gumball Machine, Fishbowl, Fish Bowls, Diy Projects, Kids Rooms

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