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It is my 4-year-old daughter’s first year in preschool, which means it’s the first time she gets to hand out Valentine’s Day gifts. After a considerable amount of ...
Much to my daughter's chagrin this can prove to be quite the treasure hunt!
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The smaller pieces allows for more mixing of the new crayons you are creating. You could break the crayons, but since we were working with quite a few ...
We had a silicon mold and a shaped muffin tin mold and you don't need to worry about greasing up the molds because the crayons will just pop ...
Preheat your oven to 250 degrees. Once the oven is ready, place the molds into the oven and heat the crayons for approximately 20 minutes. Do be careful ...
6) Let your crayons harden for at least an hour. We left our crayons to harden overnight. If you were in a rush you could pop them in ...
Once the crayons have hardened, just turn the molds over and pop out the crayons. For the silver mold, they just fall right on out. For the silicone ...
We really couldn’t believe how wonderful the crayons turned out. My daughter was very skeptical the first time we tried this DIY project, but she loved the results ...
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