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Melted Crayon Easter Eggs

Kids love dying Easter eggs with fun bright colors. This year we tried creating simple Melted Crayon Easter Eggs and they turned out beautiful!
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    Melted Crayon Easter Eggs. Shave up broken crayon bits onto a paper plate. Then roll a still-warm boiled egg on it. You can add texture with toothpicks by dragging them through the wax. Also you can add glitter while the wax is still "wet".

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A boy in my class a couple years ago gave these as little Valentines made out of melted crayons. He said, "For Crayon Out Loud, Happy Valentine's Day"... could also say, "You COLOR my world!" Use silicone cups to melt them in. baha love it<--- so cute, I have to remember this for dusty!!

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Stained Glass Leaves: Melt crayon shavings with an iron on low setting between 2 layers of wax paper. Run the iron over quickly or the colors will start to blend. Then trace around some fall leaf shapes and cut them out. Apply a little glue stick to the backs and place on window panes.