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  1. adorable!!!!!

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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks!

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  2. Lucas & Grace say – This is fab. We are really interested in the Chinese New Year. We run a weekly linky over at KidGLloves called Mini Creations and this would be a fab addition. We open every Wednesday morning. We'd love for you to link up 🙂 #minicreations
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    • Danya Banya

      Hi Lucas & Grace! Thank you, and sounds fab. See you over there. 🙂

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  3. Oh wow! We this looks like great fun to make. You little miss is adorable too. x
    #MiniCreations

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    • Danya Banya

      Thank you!

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  4. Grace says – All those pictures are sooooooo cute and what a great activity. Thanks so much for linking to #minicreations and we hope you'll link again soon xx
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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Grace! x

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  5. Jkayser

    Cut your cotton balls horizontally-two for one, lighter and need less glue too!

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  6. Cindy Kinney

    Hi again- I apologize if this is a duplicate. I don’t think the last one went through!
    I need to make sheep masks for a skit for 5 yr olds. I need one to be black. Can cotton balls be dyed or what would be a good alternative ?

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    • Hi Cindy, good question! You could possibly paint the cotton balls black afterwards with an acrylic (not water-based) paint, although I can’t vouch it would work as I’ve never tried it. What about using black pom poms instead? Good luck with your skit!

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