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sticky rice tree~

First cut two trees out of contact paper, making sure they are both the same size.
Then to make the rice. Add some rice to a zip lock bag a little bit of water and some green food coloring.Mix and lay out on a tray to dry.

While it is drying cut out some ornaments from either felt or paper.

Once the rice is dry pour it on one of the contact paper tree's. (the sticky side of course) and add some paper ornaments.

Then place the other contact paper tree sticky side down on top of the first tree. This is just to help keep the rice on the tree and not falling off. (so the rice will be inbetween the two conatct paper) and Done!~

note- make sure to brush off any rice that is not sticking on, you want to make sure the rice is dry before placing on tree.


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