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    Simple Winter craft with kids - how to dry orange slices + some craft ideas of what to do with them! via www.redtedart.com

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    Simple Winter craft with kids - how to dry orange slices - use as christmas ornaments

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Dried orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. Lemons and limes work as well. Use them for holiday decorating-Easy...

dried orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. And, lemons and limes work great too!

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