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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!
    • Jen

      Melted Crayon 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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    • Michelle Maris

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    • Robin Maker

      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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