Crayon art DIY 1) Print off a black and white portrait. 2) Tape it to cardboard. 3) Use an x-acto knife to cut out all of the negative or positive space. 4) Move the pieces you keep to canvas, and trace. 5) Tape over whatever you don't want colored. 6) Melt your crayons. 7) Peel off the tape (Could skip 1-4, and draw the image directly on the canvas.)
Made this lovely crayon melt with @Hailey and had a BLAST! I highly suggest trying this out :D
Crayon shavings or chunks in glass ornaments, heated up to melt and swirl. I definitely would prefer this over the acrylic paint that you have to drain after swirling, messing up the paint's effect so that it blends too much. This is a definite have-to this year!
Crayon shavings sandwiched between 2 sheets of wax paper and then ironed to melt the crayons. Cute!
be my valentine
Autumn Splendor Mixed Media acrylic watercolor and by ellenstarr, $225.00
First attempt at melted crayon art! Melted crayons and acrylic paint on canvas.
Echoes from the Past by Monique Janssen-Belitz | Mixed media on paper: collage, watercolor, acrylic paint, felt pen, oil pastel, crayon.
Christmas and Winter