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At a Glance:
1. Dip one corner into the paint and the other into water. Paint an oval shape and then add rings around it to make wood grain.
2. Cut paper to fit inside the leaf shape. Decoupage paper to surface. Allow to dry.
3. Mix resin and pour into the recessed area. Refer to Plaidonline.com/modpodgeresin.
4. Allow to dry for 24 hours.
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