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  1. that kid is so talented. I would have never thought of using wash tape for numbers and letters. this belongs in the Museum of Modern Art I tell you..

  2. Norma Nelson says:

    WOW! what a talented little guy. Following in his mommy’s footsteps! Have been watching your video’s, Ruth. They are awesome! I haven’t been able to find Glue and Seal. Where did you find it?
    A fan, Nori

    • you can find it in your local craft store, i found mine at michaels, in the adhesive section (where all the tape runners are). you can also use mod podge or collage pauge, they are essentially the same thing. hope that helps!