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« on: July 10, 2014 11:45:45 AM »

Hey all,

My kitchen is a spider web theme, and I thought it would be cute to put small glow in the dark spiders on the ceiling. The ceiling is textured, and even though the spiders are hollow and extremely light, they won't stick! The only thing I've tried is bluestick (?) or that poster putty stuff. I want to avoid using tape since it would cheapen the look.

Any help is appreciated!

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