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  • Amy Lamson

    Straw dispenser turned into a pencil dispens. I need to find one of these!

  • B. Lopus

    Such a neat idea! Straw dispenser turned into a pencil dispenser! classroom idea

  • Abra Samuels

    Such a neat idea! Straw dispenser turned into a pencil dispenser! Could decorate it to make it nicer! Cute idea for a teacher gift!

  • Jeannie Carver

    past life: straw dispener, new life: pencil dispenser

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