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 Posted: Thu Jul 16th, 2015 07:32 pm
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mabloodhound



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Harold's way may also work. 

Get an old (or new) furnace filter and cut off a chunk. 
Then pull and stretch it, to get the shape and branch thinness you want. 
Add the leaves, etc. next.

This will make up a bunch in no time, and might just look OK.

The problem with candle wax,
is that paint will not stick to it,
and if it gets too hot it will re-melt.




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