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  • Barbie Degenhart
    Barbie Degenhart • 3 years ago

    Jaclyn made these for my kids a couple years ago and they still have them, they don't break up, they are great for toddler hands and she put little pieces of wax paper with letters on them that spelled out their names. So cute! Best Auntie ever!

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