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Scientifically Accurate Cross Stitched Microbes Perfect for Home Decor


Alicia Watkins cross stitches enormous microbes on to tiny little hoops. Hang botulism in your kitchen, to remind you to wash your hands after handling meat, or in your bathroom above the sink, after making sure it’s framed in such a way that the humidity of the room won’t damage her workmanship sorry was that dropping too much cross stitch knowledge on you I’ll stop.

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