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Lupinzar
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I did this last weekend as a relaxation project.
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Good job! It looks super neat and tidy. Plus, I don't think Decap Attack gets enough love so I'm pleased to see something from it! :D
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The beads look so smooth! I always seem to end up with a melted mess or with holes in the middle. Is it just practice to get them to be nice circles like that?
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These are actually something called Perler Caps, which only have an open end on 1 side. Unfortunately they are a little more limited in color and the craft stores in my area were putting them on clearance a while back, so I don't know if Perler intends to keep expanding the line. As of now, you can still buy them directly from Perler.

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