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(#5333191) Re: *How about Some Valentine's Crafts?"
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 19 Jan 2022 at 4:36PM
Ohhh, that's adorable!
(#5333079) Re: *How about Some Valentine's Crafts?"
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 19 Jan 2022 at 9:55AM
https://madeinaday.com/diy-globe-valentine/

I made this for my granddaughter last year, she was doing home school with me then and I wanted to get her a globe for her studies as she got older.
(#5332842) Re: *How about Some Valentine's Crafts?"
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 18 Jan 2022 at 6:25PM
Here's my Valentine Craft. A wreath for my front door.
(#5332839) *How about Some Valentine's Crafts?"
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 18 Jan 2022 at 6:15PM

Is anyone doing any Valentine Crafts? Please share what you're working on.
(#5330344) Re: Got old shoes? Try painting and decorating them
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 12 Jan 2022 at 4:52PM
Wow! What a clever idea!
(#5330209) Got old shoes? Try painting and decorating them
Posted by ladyvic on 12 Jan 2022 at 10:44AM
(#5326527) My latest project
Posted by MM David littlefair XI on 3 Jan 2022 at 3:19PM
 

3D car jigsaw puzzle. Part model and part jigsaw. Took 2 months to get the jigsaw puzzle done. Well parts of the jigsaw anyway.
(#5323404) Quick crafty fun
Posted by Twit-twoo on 27 Dec 2021 at 2:10PM
My CARDS compliment my husbands WOODTURNED projects
(#5322809) Re: Quick Crafty Fun
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 26 Dec 2021 at 6:16AM
ROFL!
(#5322438) Re: Quick Crafty Fun
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 25 Dec 2021 at 12:00PM
Opps changed my mind, I want to hot glue them suckers in..........Smiling
(#5322418) Re: Quick Crafty Fun
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 25 Dec 2021 at 11:10AM
All I want for Christams is my two front teeth, sew them suckers back in pleaseSmiling Just kidding I am very lucky to have most all of my teeth still. I hope you and your loved ones are having a great day and Merry Christmas.
(#5322338) Re: Quick Crafty Fun
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 25 Dec 2021 at 4:48AM
Great!
(#5321886) Re: Quick Crafty Fun
Posted by HeartOnFire on 23 Dec 2021 at 6:03PM
Acts of kindness and giving are widely a positive thread in the tapestry of mainly everyone's heart during the holiday Christmas season.
(#5321869) Quick Crafty Fun
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 23 Dec 2021 at 4:39PM
Take a craft term and use it in a sentence of your own creation.

Example: With the Christmas presents I've already given, I seem to be batting a thousand as the recipients all love their gifts.

There are no rules, except to use it in a holiday context.

Sentences will be placed in a poll for voting to win a Christmas token.
(#5315210) Re: Christmas Crafts
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 7 Dec 2021 at 1:27PM
Wow! I couldn't stop watching this...thinking of all the things I need to do in that video!
(#5315183) Christmas Crafts
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 7 Dec 2021 at 12:03PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiKiwfoPC5Q&t=81s

I made the wreath for my daughter a few years ago and have done the christmas cards with my grandaughter, but there are other good crafts and hacks on this videoSmiling
(#5314542) Re: Christmas Wreath I made
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 5 Dec 2021 at 7:15PM
It's beautiful. You'd never know it started out as a hanger! Smiling
(#5314541) Re: wreath
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 5 Dec 2021 at 7:14PM
Looks to me like there is some talent. Smiling (That mesh material is something I've yet to master. :/ )
(#5314406) Re: My Christmas wreath.
Posted by ladyvic on 5 Dec 2021 at 2:50PM
Wow! all are very beautiful!
(#5314303) wreath
Posted by laura lee on 5 Dec 2021 at 11:28AM
I'm not a craft person, I love crafts, but doing them is something I seem to mess up. (I can mess up a craft for a 2 yr old to do).
So a couple years back I was proud of myself when I did this one and it actually looked like it was suppose to. LOL
(#5314301) Christmas Wreath I made
Posted by pepperbeach on 5 Dec 2021 at 11:21AM



I started out with a coat hanger and kept bending it until I got a circle. I used branches I cut from the bottom of my Christmas tree and then walked around some wooded area around my apartment complex and picked up all the things you see on this wreath. To the pine cones to the holly and other various leaves. I also used chenille stems and green wire and zip ties to piece them together and to hold other stems in place. I added Christmas Ornaments to the piece and wrapped it up with a bow with some bells on it..
(#5314071) Re: My Christmas wreath.
Posted by sallyp on 5 Dec 2021 at 12:33AM
Yes are are dried orange, they smelt lovely when we bought them home in the back of the car but now its outside don't really notice now.
(#5313962) Re: My Christmas wreath.
Posted by HeartOnFire on 4 Dec 2021 at 4:57PM
That's exactly what I was thinking, but you asked.
(#5313903) Re: My Christmas wreath.
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 4 Dec 2021 at 3:44PM
Wow! It's gorgeous! Are they dried orange slices? I bet it smells lovely.
(#5313780) Re: My Christmas wreath.
Posted by HeartOnFire on 4 Dec 2021 at 10:40AM
That's so pretty!
(#5313739) My Christmas wreath.
Posted by sallyp on 4 Dec 2021 at 9:39AM


I went with my daughter on a course at a local garden centre to make a wreath and this is my finished attempt.
(#5313301) Easy Christmas Wreath
Posted by ladyvic on 3 Dec 2021 at 3:48PM
Take a little white paint and paint down the tips of the pine cones.
Make a big bow with tails hanging down. Tie bread tie to the back for hanging.
Hot glue pine cones and pine twigs to the bow tails.
You can put Elmer's glue on the pine cones and sprinkle with glitter also.
(#5311169) Re: Early Holiday Craft
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 28 Nov 2021 at 9:57PM
Can't beat the price! Thank you, David.
(#5311168) Re: Early Holiday Craft
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 28 Nov 2021 at 9:56PM
Thanks for sharing Smiling
(#5310983) Re: Early Holiday Craft
Posted by PattyMac on 28 Nov 2021 at 1:04PM
Grandkids and I made some of these last year, they were fun and can be hung any where for a Holiday touch,.



Cut circles of cardboard for back and glitter Christmas wrapping paper for front,

Cut a length you desire of fishing line, glue the back to the front with the fishing line running thru the middle, make them as long or as short as you want,
(#5310861) Re: Early Holiday Craft
Posted by MM David littlefair XI on 28 Nov 2021 at 6:33AM
Very easy and affordable Christmas decorations. ( Made from Coat hangers and tinsel )

(#5307643) Re: Early Holiday Craft
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 19 Nov 2021 at 12:32PM
I love the Thanksgiving crafts for kids; expecially the popsicle stick scarecrow. I'm going to make those with my grandkiddos.

thanks for sharing.
(#5307623) Re: Early Holiday Craft
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 19 Nov 2021 at 11:39AM
(#5307617) Re: 48 Delicious Ideas for Leftover Turkey
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 19 Nov 2021 at 11:27AM
Thanks for sharing!
(#5307388) 48 Delicious Ideas for Leftover Turkey
Posted by HeartOnFire on 18 Nov 2021 at 11:13PM
With Thanksgiving coming up soon, I found this website with 48 leftover turkey recipes from Taste of Home and thought I'd share... Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/delicious-ideas-leftover-turkey/
(#5304983) Early Holiday Craft
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 11 Nov 2021 at 1:24PM

In charge of activities for the senior apartments, I had to come up with a simple, yet elegant (as much as possible) holiday craft for our residents to make in one sitting.

So, I ordered wooden napkin rings, paints/paint brushes, and a variety of small wooden cutout ornaments.

They will paint the wooden rings and cutouts as they wish, and use a variety of beads/buttons/ribbon, etc to decorate them. I will then hot-glue the ornaments to the napkin rings.

The craft will be hand-painted holiday napking rings that they can use to adorn their tables or give as gifts.

When we complete the project, I'll try to add pictures here.

PLEASE...share YOUR holiday crafts as well. Always a token for those who participate.
(#5302166) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by ladyvic on 4 Nov 2021 at 6:45AM
Ginny, I'm very proud of him. I was sorry for interrupting the theme here which is Thanksgiving. Thumbs up
(#5302050) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by GinnyB on 3 Nov 2021 at 11:56PM
Vicky you never need to be sorry for that talented son of yours. Be proud and share other things he's done. Hugging
(#5302008) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by anguslady on 3 Nov 2021 at 6:35PM
Wow! Very talented! 🎃🎃
(#5300426) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 31 Oct 2021 at 10:36AM
Amazing! Definitely worth the post!
(#5300382) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by Twit-twoo on 31 Oct 2021 at 7:30AM
Dont apologise. Its brilliant
Worth a double brag!!
(#5300328) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by mystori on 31 Oct 2021 at 2:57AM
Looks great! Witch
(#5300268) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by GinnyB on 30 Oct 2021 at 11:37PM
Those are pretty awesome.. Bless his Offering heart
(#5300181) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by eliphont551 on 30 Oct 2021 at 3:01PM
Wow, Vicki! That is Awesome! Thumbs up
(#5300075) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by LittleTree on 30 Oct 2021 at 10:13AM
Excellent!
(#5300074) Re: Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by laura lee on 30 Oct 2021 at 10:12AM
Very good job
(#5300073) Sorry, I just had to brag on my Sons pumpkin carving. I think he did a great job!
Posted by ladyvic on 30 Oct 2021 at 10:01AM
 
(#5299963) Re: Thanksgiving banner
Posted by mystori on 30 Oct 2021 at 4:31AM
Thank you. Yes. Scrapbook paper. Then the letters were cut out of cardboard, painted with glue and then glittered. Hole punched and connected with tied ribbon and rickrack. That first year we made it (which is when the picture is from), we went outside to get real leaves to stick between the sections.
(#5299876) Re: Thanksgiving banner
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 29 Oct 2021 at 6:29PM
It's beautiful. So, they are scrapbook pages? Clever idea!
(#5299748) Re: Thanksgiving banner
Posted by mystori on 29 Oct 2021 at 9:38AM
thank you Smiling
(#5299743) Re: Thanksgiving banner
Posted by PattyMac on 29 Oct 2021 at 9:14AM
I love it, very nice Thumbs up
(#5299663) Thanksgiving banner
Posted by mystori on 29 Oct 2021 at 3:04AM
My daughter and I made this years ago using scrapbooking supplies. I hang it every year.
(#5299353) Thanksgiving Crafts
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 28 Oct 2021 at 8:20AM
Thanksgiving seems to take a back seat to Halloween and Christmas, but to me it's a wonderful holiday - my favorite, actually.

Please share any Thanksging crafts -OR- foods that you'll be using/serving this season of gratitude.

A token will be awarded for your contribution.
(#5294270) Re: I thought this was pretty
Posted by Twit-twoo on 15 Oct 2021 at 8:51AM
That is really pretty.
(#5293734) Re: I thought this was pretty
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 13 Oct 2021 at 6:27PM
Love it!!
(#5293681) Re: I thought this was pretty
Posted by laura lee on 13 Oct 2021 at 3:48PM
If you don't have a mini ice pick, then use a large common nail that would make the larger whole for the stem to fit in.
(#5293675) Re: I thought this was pretty
Posted by ladyvic on 13 Oct 2021 at 3:41PM
Oh great idea! thanks!
(#5293665) Re: I thought this was pretty
Posted by laura lee on 13 Oct 2021 at 3:21PM
Why not... either glue them on or use a small nail hole punch (small ice pick) to make holes to stick them in.
(#5293664) Re: I thought this was pretty
Posted by ladyvic on 13 Oct 2021 at 3:19PM
I wonder is you could stick artificial flowers all around in a pumpkin?
(#5293662) I thought this was pretty
Posted by ladyvic on 13 Oct 2021 at 3:18PM
(#5291581) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by BettyAnn on 8 Oct 2021 at 7:23PM
The shell boxes are really lovely, sally.
(#5291545) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 8 Oct 2021 at 4:38PM
Oh, like plaster
(#5291212) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by sallyp on 7 Oct 2021 at 11:18PM
The filler is what we use to fill small holes in walls at home.
(#5291142) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 7 Oct 2021 at 6:21PM
And what a gorgeous collection of shells!
(#5291141) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 7 Oct 2021 at 6:20PM
I was curious about how you kept them on there, too. What is "filler?"
(#5291033) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by HeartOnFire on 7 Oct 2021 at 2:19PM
So pretty!
(#5290981) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by sallyp on 7 Oct 2021 at 11:36AM
White filler. That are not too heavy.
I am not sure how long the shells will say on. I have given them to my four year old granddaughter who helped me collect the shells.Smiling
(#5290966) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by pepperbeach on 7 Oct 2021 at 10:40AM
Nice.......are they heavy? What did you use to hold them together?
(#5290927) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by laura lee on 7 Oct 2021 at 8:42AM
Nice
(#5290919) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by PattyMac on 7 Oct 2021 at 8:27AM
Love them...great job!
(#5290917) Re: Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by LittleTree on 7 Oct 2021 at 8:25AM
Lovely!!!
(#5290916) Shell boxes I just made.
Posted by sallyp on 7 Oct 2021 at 8:24AM
(#5290684) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 6 Oct 2021 at 6:49PM
It's gorgeous! Love it!
(#5290537) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by HeartOnFire on 6 Oct 2021 at 1:59PM
That is really nice!
(#5290468) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by ladyvic on 6 Oct 2021 at 11:02AM
That's really pretty!
(#5290405) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by laura lee on 6 Oct 2021 at 8:00AM
Found this, thought it was cute fall décor

(#5283937) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 19 Sep 2021 at 7:07PM
That is GORGEOUS!!!
(#5283086) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by Twit-twoo on 17 Sep 2021 at 12:53PM
Thank you
(#5283046) Re: Fall Challenge
Posted by ladyvic on 17 Sep 2021 at 9:38AM
Love It So pretty!
(#5283036) Fall Challenge
Posted by Twit-twoo on 17 Sep 2021 at 8:22AM
I made a box with paper of falling leaves. As it is that time of year, I thought it was appropriate!

(#5282335) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 15 Sep 2021 at 6:00PM
I can't wait to try some of these with my grandkids. Smiling
(#5282094) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by laura lee on 15 Sep 2021 at 5:48AM
wheels are made of thin wood.
(#5281947) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 14 Sep 2021 at 9:15PM
Ohhh, how adorable! (Love the cake-pan wagon!) What are the wheels made of?
(#5281641) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by laura lee on 14 Sep 2021 at 8:13AM
This was made out of items you can get at the Dollar Tree. A friend made it for me. (stuff inside can be switched out for each holiday)
 
(#5279996) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by ladyvic on 10 Sep 2021 at 9:22AM
You're most welcome Hugging
(#5279834) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by HeartOnFire on 10 Sep 2021 at 12:24AM


Here's a few crafts I found, I liked a few of them.

30 DIY Fall Décor Ideas - Easy DIY Fall Home Decorating Ideas

https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/home-lifestyle/crafts-diy/g36890184/diy-fall-decorations/
(#5279788) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by oldog on 9 Sep 2021 at 8:06PM
Good Housekeeping has some real cute ones on their site...

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/craft-ideas/how-to/g2257/creative-fall-craft-ideas/
(#5279768) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 9 Sep 2021 at 7:08PM
I'll have to try some of these. I love that they are from everyday objects.
(#5279765) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 9 Sep 2021 at 7:01PM
Thanks ladyvic
(#5279656) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 9 Sep 2021 at 10:49AM
https://www.prudentpennypincher.com/100-best-fall-crafts-for-adults/


This is the link I use for many of my craft projects
(#5279649) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by ladyvic on 9 Sep 2021 at 9:24AM
(#5279555) Re: Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by Twit-twoo on 9 Sep 2021 at 4:06AM
I have put mine into the craft fair file. Di i still need to send you the links?
(#5276387) Fall Craft Challenge
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 1 Sep 2021 at 7:46PM
A Crafters' Fair token to any player who posts links to four separate Fall crafts!

Falling Oops...not THAT Fall. LOL

This Fall---> Autumn Tree
(#5265866) Re: Token to Folks Who Posted "Grandmother Taught Me..."
Posted by GinnyB on 5 Aug 2021 at 12:00AM
Bless your Offering heart Jan.. I think between my mother and my grandmother they taught me everything I know.. Just tweeked a few things and made some of them my own..
(#5265833) Re: Token to Folks Who Posted "Grandmother Taught Me..."
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 4 Aug 2021 at 7:44PM
Many thanks, love it
(#5265627) Re: 20th Birthday Card
Posted by Twit-twoo on 4 Aug 2021 at 8:17AM
Thank you both.
(#5265622) Re: Token to Folks Who Posted "Grandmother Taught Me..."
Posted by ladyvic on 4 Aug 2021 at 7:31AM
Oh thank you so much! Hugging
(#5265460) Token to Folks Who Posted "Grandmother Taught Me..."
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 3 Aug 2021 at 8:14PM
The following contributors to the board will receive a Crafters' Fair token for sharing a "grandmother" craft/memory.

**Lover of Darkness**
GinnyB
ladyvic

I find that the values/talents passed down from grandparents are priceless.

Thank you for sharing Smiling
(#5264505) Re: Paint by numbers picture
Posted by sallyp on 1 Aug 2021 at 1:01PM
My first paint by numbers I did the other week. It was great fun and really relaxing.
(#5264479) Paint by numbers picture
Posted by MM David littlefair XI on 1 Aug 2021 at 11:28AM
I downloaded a paint by numbers app on my mobile. This is one of the pictures

(#5263959) Re: 20th Birthday Card
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 30 Jul 2021 at 9:02PM
I'm sure she will appreciate the baby pic! The card is beautiful
(#5263844) Re: 20th Birthday Card
Posted by Lil Red on 30 Jul 2021 at 2:50PM
I love it. I know if was me, I would love the baby picture too.
(#5263614) 20th Birthday Card
Posted by Twit-twoo on 30 Jul 2021 at 12:58AM

This is for my lovely granddaughter. Not sure she will appreciate her baby photo though lol
(#5263427) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by ladyvic on 29 Jul 2021 at 6:13AM
Sounds good! How big so you cut the pieces? Seems like it would drip a lot in the dehydrator Puzzled
(#5263320) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by GinnyB on 29 Jul 2021 at 1:42AM
Watermelon was so good because it was like Sugar flavored watermelon..
(#5263041) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by ladyvic on 28 Jul 2021 at 5:35AM
Me too! I love my dehydrated apples and kiwi
(#5262980) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by GinnyB on 28 Jul 2021 at 12:25AM
I would put it in my dehydrator, have done that with figs, grapes, watermelon apples, bananas and quite a few more..
(#5262864) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by ladyvic on 27 Jul 2021 at 2:56PM
Probably no one does it like that anymore. This happened about 50 years ago
(#5262675) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 27 Jul 2021 at 5:25AM
Never seen that done, learn something all time
(#5262669) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by ladyvic on 27 Jul 2021 at 4:55AM
Yes, after we washed, peeled and sliced the apples we laid them on a large screen with legs on it outside then put another screen on top of the to keep bugs and critters off. Then after a few days they would be dried. Then she would freeze them or make pies
(#5262604) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by GinnyB on 27 Jul 2021 at 12:42AM
My maternal grandmother used to live with us and she's taught me how to cook, crochet, knit and one of my favorite this is teaching me about the Bible..
(#5262531) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 26 Jul 2021 at 5:24PM
The relationships between grandmother and granddaughter is full of love and great memories. My 14-year old granddaughter will call me on occasion and ask how much of what ingredients we put in the baked goodies that we made together. (Because I don't often use normal "measuring systems", she's learning all about the words "about that much." LOL)
(#5262530) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 26 Jul 2021 at 5:21PM
You dried the apples first to make the pie? I'm curious to know about that.
(#5262368) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by ladyvic on 26 Jul 2021 at 6:32AM
I always helped one of my grandma's make dried apples for apple pies while sneaking a few here and there lol
My other grandma taught me how to cook
(#5262219) Re: What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by **Lover of Darkness** on 25 Jul 2021 at 7:35PM
My grandmother taught me how to make chocolate sauce to put on biscuits nothing to do with sewing or crafting. But as I am a grandmother I have shown my grandaughter how to draw and how to put sparkles on paperSmiling
(#5262217) What did you learn from your Grandmother?
Posted by JanuarySnowAngel on 25 Jul 2021 at 7:27PM
Did your grandmother teach you any special "tricks" to sewing or any type of crafting? I wasn't fortunate enough to know my grandmothers. but my daughter spent a summer with my mom who taught her how to quilt. The special part about the quilt they made together was that each piece of fabric was from some family member's clothing. When my mom passed, my daughter spoke at her funeral on how the quilt "tied the family together" for life...and there after.

Would you share your sewing/crafting memories of your grandmother with us?

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