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Pixeltrash's Wizard's Wands
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These were so easy and fun to make! My 7-yo and I are making a HP tree for Christmas this year and plan to decorate it with all of the great wizard projects from your site! Thanks for the instructions!
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ghiiowl says:

Posted: 17/10/2008 4:36:28 AM
Marvelous! I'll make my wizard's wands too! Million kisses!!!
 
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Posted: 6/9/2008 9:49:26 PM
Wow! these are really cool.
 
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