Crayon artwork using melted crayons has been the crafting rage for awhile now, usually in combination with a hair dryer. I started tooling around with other
Long ago, when there wasn’t any reason to Beat the Heat. My mom had a bucket full of old crayons with lots of bits and pieces. So, Henry, Grandma and I made some
This is an easy, straightforward project that delivers a lot of graphic impact for not very much effort. Seriously, the hardest part is unwrapping all the crayons.
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Melted Crayon Easter Eggs ~ How to dye your eggs with melted crayons. If you are looking for a fun new way to dye your Easter eggs this year, then give this a try.
What to do with crayons? Besides coloring, you can create art and crafts with crayons, or even learn or play activities with crayons.
Gather your materials. You will need some crayons, aluminum foil, cookie cutters, a paper plate and a very hot sunny spot. Start by peeling and breaking your crayons
Starry Night Art Project for s -Â recreate Van Gogh’s masterpiece by melting grated crayons on aluminum foil! Â I’m really excited to share this project Â with you!
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How to Reuse Broken Crayons. After many uses, crayons break, become blunt, or get used down to their stubs. Rather than throw away broken crayons, recycle them for