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  • Shannon Heitzman

    Cute Idea- draw jack-o-lantern faces on mandarin oranges for a school party or healthy halloween treat

  • Ilana Huff

    Cute Idea- Always looking for party ideas that don't involve candy! draw jack-o-lantern faces on mandarin oranges for a school party. AND are (probably) OK for kids with allergies!

  • Maureen Acton

    Cute Idea- Always looking for party ideas that dont involve candy! draw jack-o-lantern faces on mandarin oranges for a school party. Or peel them and stick a small celery stick in the center - they look like little pumpkins

  • Carla Pitt

    Jack O Lantern faces drawn on Mandarin oranges. Cute idea for school Halloween party.

  • Lara Berry

    Healthy Halloween snack!! Cute Idea- Draw jack-o-lantern faces on mandarin oranges for a school party.

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