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Here's a clever way to repurpose a plastic fork - turn it in to a pair of fangs, ideal for Halloween.

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J.N. Cahill
J.N. Cahill · 4 projects
Looks better than the fake fangs they sell.
stephie N.
stephie N. · United States, US · 5 projects
hah i did something like this in grade school, except i used a spork and made a little kitty :3
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▲♫G £∟▲ · Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US · 2 projects
theses r so cool! i will definatly be making these!
Erin D.
Erin D. · Rumford, Maine, US · 3 projects
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