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77275: Kelpies (just one of them)

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She is a LOVELY creation, BEAUTIFULLY painted. OUTSTANDING WORK!

She looks like just the thing to snap anyone out of a funk.

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Awesome!

 

You painted her already!!!

 

WOOF is pleased...Target Hit, Mission Accomplished...

 

Excellent work!

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