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How to Make a Hot Glue Caterpillar

                    It seems a strange mix, but hot glue is a wonderful medium to work into a caterpillar design.      Materials:                   –  Hot glue gun                 –  Wax paper                 –  Colored glue sticks                 –  Scissors (optional)     Note: I use a fine tip glue gun.  You can […]
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