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Monday, May 7, 2007

Now take all the branches you have clipped from the stem and bundle them together. You can use some brown floral tape to hold the bundle together, or you can simply hold it together with your hand for the next couple steps.

This is also your chance to form the basic shape of your tree; rotate some branches, bend others, and/or clip the trunks to change heights of the different branches.

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