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  • Corinne Battle

    Rolled magazine cross! Pretty! #diy #crafts

  • J. Kelsey

    Made from a recycled magazine. Summer Bible camp arts & crafts idea?

  • Mandy Dyan

    Talk about an inexpensive project...all you need is an old magazine that's laying around and elmer's glue! Follow me for more #DIY and #CRAFT #TIPS #RECYCLE #MAGAZINES #CROSS

  • Allie Bach

    How to make a Rolled Magazine Cross - tutorial - Rolled Magazine Art

  • Sarah Call

    Recycled Magazine Crosses - crafty idea!

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