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In preparation for Valentine’s Day, we received this great DIY project from the 247 Community. Lea Laschober discovered some tips and twists to help make Melted Crayon Heart Valentines a quick, fun project with the kids. Any parent knows that there are used, broken, mis-matched, half-eaten bits and pieces of crayons all over their house. You can find them in the junk drawer, the school supplies box at the end of the year, and in the bottoms of their school bags. They’re everywhere. You can not only repurpose ALL of those old crayons, you can also get the kids excited to search for bits and pieces all over the house. Now that’s using your resources!
Thanks to Lea, Josie, Rollie and Alayna for this great tutorial! Continue reading