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  1. Dominique Du Sablon on said:

    Unbelievable!!!! Doesn’t look even a little bit like plastic spoons! You could make all kinds of things with these.
    xoxo
    O’Darlin
    http://www.odarlin.com

  2. Yvonne da Silva on said:

    Thank you Meg for sharing my tutorial! It’s a privilege to be featured on the Blog of Craftzine!

  3. Tracy A. on said:

    How very clever!

  4. Love it but how do I make it my self?

  5. Meg Allan Cole on said:

    As with ALL of our blog posts featuring other blogger’s or crafter’s projects, we include the link to the original project so as to give credit where credit is due. Simply click on the link of the name of the website and that will take you to the original tutorial. Thanks so much!

  6. Lady Luxe Designs on said:

    Would be super cute as a broach or something. http://www.ladyluxedesigns.blogspot.com

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