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  • Josie Putters

    Bows and arrows that really shoot far from popsicle sticks, dental floss, and q tips! Rainy day fun.... Hunger games!

  • Becky Schoonhoven

    Bows and arrows that really shoot far from popsicle sticks, dental floss, and q tips! Plus other fun craft projects.

  • kathrine koncel

    Tiny bows and arrows that really work, made from popsicle sticks and q-tips : HUNGER GAME party favors?

  • Bonnie T's recipes

    Almost Unschoolers: Popsicle Stick Bows and Arrows (Bows and arrows that really shoot far from Popsicle sticks, dental floss, and q tips! Rainy day fun. Have to see if this actually works)

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