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How to Recycle Tic Tac Box Video

How to Recycle Tic Tac Box Video
Hi stampers! In a small effort to go green, reduce, recycle, reuse. I am going to take this old TickTack box. That is not that old actually, I bought it and then one day they were gone because they are addicting. But I cleaned it all out. I washed it up. So, I have a workshop coming up and I though I would do a little host gift for her. Okay, next I am going to make a little frame.

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