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  • make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - these are brilliant!

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    ES Chae75 - Saturday, January 2, 2016 Clipped from pinterest.com
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  • make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - these are brilliant!

    Trish Roberts - Monday, March 14, 2016 Clipped from pinterest.com via ES Chae75
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  • make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - these are brilliant!

    Roser Aguilo - Friday, September 29, 2017 Clipped from pinterest.com via ES Chae75
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  • make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - these are brilliant!

    Javiera Ramirez - Tuesday, May 31, 2016 Clipped from pinterest.com via ES Chae75
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  • make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - these are brilliant!

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