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  • Craftee Crafters Craft Mall

    Holiday Crayons - great last minute stocking stuffers! In silicone holiday mold place 2 peeled, broken crayons of color coordinated hues. Place the filled silicone mold on cookie sheet and pop in the oven at 250 degrees for about 10 minutes (until they were completely melted). Cool about 20 minutes until they firm up. Or put in freezer for 20 minutes where they popped out of the molds so easily!

  • Carmen White

    crayon molds

  • Rachel McBride

    create your own holiday crayons, great gift idea!

  • Rhonda Murray

    Melting Broken Crayons Stocking Stuffers

  • Betsy Godfrey

    Homemade crayons make great everyday gifts! Pick up a seasonal silicone mold at the store, gather your broken or unused crayons (or buy new if you have none) and get melting! >> Melting Broken Crayons

  • Holly Kile

    Holiday crayons--great stocking stuffer (could use ice trays in lots of other shapes too)

  • Holly Pick

    Holiday Crayons - Perfect stocking stuffer for kids!!

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Melted Broken, Holidays Crayons, Gifts Ideas, For Kids, Broken Crayons, Ice Trays, Homemade Crayons, Crayons Moldings, Stockings Stuffers

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