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Simply wash 'em, slice 'em (about a quarter-inch thick), seed 'em and laid 'em on sheets.      Slide them in or sack them on your dehydrator of choice and turn on to 115 - 135 degrees (I prefer the lower temps to preserve the natural oils). Dry them for 5 - 12 hours... they need to be brittle. Store them in airtight jars and out of light.

when G&P and Gpa give us bags of lemons!---Crispy Orange Chips (a.a - Dehydrated Orange Slices) - great for garland, potpourri, food decor. The possibilities are endless!

Easy DIY Decorative Bowl Fillers! theHoneycombHome.com

DIY Decorative Bowl Fillers

On the off chance that we don't have any of these bowl fillers in the store.

Primitive Country Chick Bowl Fillers Set of 3

Primitive Country Spring Chick Bowl Fillers Set of Country Spring Chick Bowl Fillers Set of Sweet little primitive chick bowl fillers. My Mom just finished making these adorable bowl fillers for Spring or Easter.

New! Vase Fillers Bowl Fillers Natural Palm Seeds Natural Home Decor Filler #EighteenKarat

New! Vase Fillers Bowl Fillers Natural Palm Seeds Natural Home Decor Filler

New! Vase Fillers Bowl Fillers Natural Palm Seeds Natural Home Decor Filler #EighteenKarat

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Primitive Kitty Cat Bowl Fillers Drawer Dwellers Ornies Autumn Halloween Photos and Information in AncientPoint

Primitive Hand Made Set of 3 Butterfly Bowl Fillers Bowl Gathering

Primitive Hand Made Set of 3 Butterfly Bowl Fillers Bowl Gathering

Primitive Set of 3 corn bowl fillers Corn on cob Fall decor

Primitive Bowl fillers Harvest decor corn bowl fillers Corn on cob Fall decor Thanksgiving Primitive corn bowl fillers Corn on cob Fall décor Set of 3 Corn bowl fillers- Made of painted & stained waffle muslin with stained osnaburg husk & twine long

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