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  • Brinna Bennion

    melt crayons into shape of heart for valentines gift instead of candy!! cute idea. fun for kids.

  • Brandi Shultz

    Making Crayon Hearts from small broken crayons! Really cute idea for kids :)

  • Taylor Sowell

    Valentines Day craft making hearts with melted crayons. #valentinesday

  • Carrie Z

    Multi-colored crayon hearts for valentines day. Cute idea, fun for kids to help with (but not cut!!).

  • Amy Vermeer

    crayon hearts - MUST do this! Perfect for all those broken crayons & such a cute Valentines idea!

  • Mahnoor Samana

    Crayon Heart Valentine gifts! such a cute idea for kids!

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