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  • Jessie Ely

    Easter Egg crayons using a silicone baking mold :) 250 for 10 minutes.

  • Patty Tahos Baker

    Easter Egg DIY crayons using a silicone baking mold :) 250 for 10 minutes.

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Eggs Diy, Silicone Baking, Kids Stuff, Preschool Ideas, Easter Eggs, Baking Moldings, 10 Minute, Diy Crayons, Eggs Crayons

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