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Very nice job Cox. Well done.

We did that on Paul's layout after he left. most of the trees on the ridge were just stained toothpicks and WS clump foliage.

I made a watery mixture of cinnamon brown dollar store craft paint in a jar and dropped the toothpicks in. left them about 10 minutes then poured out the paint. dumped the toothpicks on a sheet of wax paper and let them dry overnight. next day, just dip in white glue and stick in bowl of foliage.
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