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Paper plate fish tank

two plates
zip lock bag
fish toys
masking tape

First cut a hole out of both plates, then add water and the fish toys to the zip lock bag.
Once done tape around the zip lock bag. (all edges I used masking tape) and staple the bag to one of the plates, make sure to get the tape so it does not leak.
Then place the other plate on top and staple the two plates toghter.
and Done!
You can add a hole at the top and string to hang.
If you want to decorated do it after you cut the holes.


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