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  • DeeDee Lewis

    Pringles cans turned into homemade cookie gifts!

  • Laurie Herendeen

    DIY: Pringles cans + wrapping paper and ribbons = cookie packaging

  • Lindsay Bearss

    Wrapping paper covered Pringles cans, tied with ribbon. Perfect for a Christmas cookie gift!!!

  • Jennifer Wells

    cute gift idea! take empty pringles cans, cover them in fun scrapbook paper, bake some cookies and , voila, inexpensive gift, cute presentation, and just the right amount of impact! note to self, use the cookie dough in a roll (slice and bake). it looks as if that would bake the most perfect size cookie for the pringles container!

  • Brittany Michelle

    cookie tin made with Pringles can, 12x12 wrapping paper, and ribbon. christmas cookie exchange?

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