Finally you’ll need to cut out the individual blocks. Take a sharp knife and gently fit it into the groove between two blocks. Carefully slide the blade along the groove to cut the picture into pieces.
Once all the blocks are cut out, press down on all the cut edges to make sure that they are properly adhered to the block.
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