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February 10, 2008


Stephanie T.

I had to post a follow-up to this project! Sick with a low fever,I sat, bundled up with a comforter and the huge crayon box on my lap... peeled the paper off of crayons and broke them into small pieces. I put them in the oven at 200degrees (just before cranking it up for a casserole). They turned out SO beautiful!! Bright, colorful, happy hearts for 20 little 2nd graders. Thank you!!

Christa Adamski aka Glittergirl

any particular heat for the oven? Too cute!

Stephanie T.

Thank you for posting this great idea! Since we've all been sick, I've been pressed to come up with a valentine treat that didn't involve food. This was perfect!!


I tried this yesterday with my soon-to-be four-year-old. We had a hard time getting the papers off the crayons so I sliced down the crayon's paper with my knife and the papers came off in one piece.


love that- a wonderful way to add them on a background paper with an iron!

Lisa Cohen

We saw this in Traci Bautista's book and have been collecting our broken crayons for the past year in a little baggie for just this project!! It looks like your turned out great!! :-)

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