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Courtney Backus
Courtney Backus • 1 year ago

Buy plate from Dollar Store, write on it with a Sharpie marker, bake at 150 for 30 minutes and it is permanent! Just add cookies and it is a great Christmas gift for teachers and neighbors!

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