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New Episode: The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, S3E12 – Avoided Explosions, Stress Candles, and Mostly Muskoxen

New Episode: The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, S3E12 – Avoided Explosions, Stress Candles, and Mostly Muskoxen
In The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, S3E12, the VSC gals fall unexpectedly in love with baby muskoxen.

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New Episode: The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, S3E12 – Avoided Explosions, Stress Candles, and Mostly Muskoxen

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 3 – Avoided Explosions, Stress Candles, and Mostly Muskoxen

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In season three, episode 12 of the Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Heidi eyes some zip ties, Mollie crafts under (literal) pressure, and Haley complains about making masks (again).

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Read the Show Notes: The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 12 – Avoided Explosions, Stress Candles, and Mostly Muskoxen.

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