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The Impact of Technological Innovations on Sports Betting in Colorado: A Primer
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21 DIY Gift Ideas For Everyone

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Having a hard time trying to figure out gift ideas for the holiday season?  No worries, Bustle has you covered.  Gift giving can be one of the hardest parts of your holiday season.  That’s why you should consider these DIY gifts

  1. Leather notebook
  2. Hanging planter
  3. Stylish circle frames
  4. Marbles clay ring dish
  5. Leather tote
  6. Wine glass stakes
  7. Speckled mugs
  8. Leather luggage tags
  9. Papercut album
  10. Ombre candles
  11. Marbled clay pendant necklaces
  12. Brass geometric himelli hearts
  13. Perfume
  14. Jewelry display
  15. Pom pom blanket
  16. Lemon mint sugar scrub
  17. Leather & flannel snap scarf
  18. Leather & fabric clutch
  19. Cutting board clock
  20. Simple jute twine crochet coasters

Giving any one of these gifts will be very unique and original. For the final gift, click here.

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