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A gorgeous set of 10 all natural building blocks for your precious little one or a wonderful gift for a special friend :) Featured on Apartmant Therapy's ohdeedoh.com www.ohdeedoh.com/... This set includes 10 different hardwoods in their natural state, sealed with pure walnut oil. Woods used are walnut, purple heart, maple, tea...

Soak the paper in water to make it pliable, then use a thin layer of watered-down Mod Podge to evenly attach the paper around the block, starting with two sides before moving on to the other two. Line up the paper with block's painted top; if the paper's too long at the other end, make a neat wrap around the base. Seal the paper with a top coat of watered-down Mod Podge. See next slide for Step 3.

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