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  • Angel Burr

    Bachelorette Party Idea Take coordinating paper, use a hole punch and ribbon and create "corsets" for the wine bottles

  • Diane Paxinos

    This would be cute for a bachelorette party or bridal shower! Take coordinating paper, use a hole punch and ribbon and create "corsets" for the wine bottles

  • Maggie Scholbrock

    Take coordinating paper, use a hole punch and ribbon and create "corsets" for the wine bottles! Add a personalized tag and these would great bachelorette party favors too!

  • Brandi McCravy

    Bachelorette gifts - Take coordinating paper, use a hole punch and ribbon and create "corsets" for the wine bottles! or liquor bottles @kayla lingerie party!

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