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Published on November 23, 2007

Author: lawson

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Slide2:  The Masque Ball. Lady’s Side Gentleman’s side Glue one stick to the back of the mask, either for a Boy or for a Girl. Design and colour your own Mask. Cut the nose to flap.

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