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    Mod Podge Glass Block

    by Marcie
    Lighted Glass Block. Christmas! I love the glass block craft. I made over a dozen last Christmas for friends and family. I had some Christmas tissue paper and mod podge so I thought I would give it a go. They turned out super cute!
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