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Catch a Falling Star necklace II







Well, this actually came from 213's ACP. The glittered stars had nothing to do with me, but we had a whole shoebox full left and lots of string, so I made this makeshift necklace thing for everybody in class I could find on the last day of school. ;D Might I just add, the glitter is dazzling.

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  1. YUNZHENNNNNNN

    MY DADDY THREW MINE AWAYYYYYYYYYY

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  2. AHH the stars are so nice and glittery! :)

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  3. @Leti: D: D: D: D: D: D: D: D: I make one for you next year.

    @Regina: *_* yeah I know. Got purple also. :D

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