Luxury Rhinestone Tissue Box Holder

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Tissues are a boring necessity, and let’s face it they don’t usually come in an attractive package. You can change that by using this Luxury Tissue Box Holder to store your supply. This crystal rhinestone adorned box is a perfect way to add bling to your bathroom, office desk or coffee table. Say goodbye to boring cardboard cartons, you’ll be looking forward to blowing your nose when you have one of these.
$11 – $15
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