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These look great !

It is very hot here at the moment and just looking at them cooled me down a few degrees..

 

Cool!

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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

These look great !

It is very hot here at the moment and just looking at them cooled me down a few degrees..

 

Cool!

I’m glad then my WIP was able to help out!

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