Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your by just_jen
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just_jen Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your
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Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your by katrinamalia
katrinamalia
katrinamalia Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your
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Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your by diane.smith
diane.smith
diane.smith Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your
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Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your by debmcphail
debmcphail
debmcphail Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your
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I LOVE this! Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, by diane.smith
diane.smith
diane.smith I LOVE this! Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt,
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Take crayons and an apple peeler, "peel" crayons and leave in random places on your canvas or paper in piles, once covered with crayon peels cover with wax paper and a towel. Iron. Let cool. Reveal! [by Rachel Spillane] by batjas88
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batjas88 Take crayons and an apple peeler, "peel" crayons and leave in random places on your canvas or paper in piles, once covered with crayon peels cover with wax paper and a towel. Iron. Let cool. Reveal! [by Rachel Spillane]
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Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed. by hiidy
hiidy
hiidy Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed.
fun
New Nostalgia | Sand Paper Printed T-Shirt--color design onto sand paper with wax crayon, iron onto shirt.  So easy so fun! #crafts #kidscraft #crayons by ammieiscool
ammieiscool
ammieiscool New Nostalgia | Sand Paper Printed T-Shirt--color design onto sand paper with wax crayon, iron onto shirt. So easy so fun! #crafts #kidscraft #crayons
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glue crayons onto a canvas. then blowdry them downward and they melt all cool by inna.mischenko.9
inna.mischenko.9
inna.mischenko.9 glue crayons onto a canvas. then blowdry them downward and they melt all cool
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CRAYONS--warm tray drawing as crayons melt.  Maybe we could do something like this at La Gloria by heating up foil with a hairdryer and then having the kids draw on wax paper on top of that. by helene
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helene CRAYONS--warm tray drawing as crayons melt. Maybe we could do something like this at La Gloria by heating up foil with a hairdryer and then having the kids draw on wax paper on top of that.
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There's more than one way to paint a canvas - try painting with wax! Melt crayons and spread them on a large canvas for a magical effect. by sonya
sonya
sonya There's more than one way to paint a canvas - try painting with wax! Melt crayons and spread them on a large canvas for a magical effect.
Creative Food
Students folded paper into eight sections, wrote their name in one triangle, and made a graphite transfer of the name onto each section. They then colored with markers and crayons. Students learned about symmetry, radial design, and color schemes. by dina
dina
dina Students folded paper into eight sections, wrote their name in one triangle, and made a graphite transfer of the name onto each section. They then colored with markers and crayons. Students learned about symmetry, radial design, and color schemes.
life lessons
affix crayons IN WRAPPERS to canvas - then melt with a HEAT GUN to run down the canvas. by Susanne Ortlieb
Susanne Ortlieb
Susanne Ortlieb affix crayons IN WRAPPERS to canvas - then melt with a HEAT GUN to run down the canvas.
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Kids' artwork candle. Draw on tissue paper, then melt onto candle with a hair dryer and wax paper. Good Mother's Day present! by lorene
lorene
lorene Kids' artwork candle. Draw on tissue paper, then melt onto candle with a hair dryer and wax paper. Good Mother's Day present!
crafts for kids
Crayon shavings sandwiched between 2 sheets of wax paper and then ironed to melt the crayons.  Cute! by leah
leah
leah Crayon shavings sandwiched between 2 sheets of wax paper and then ironed to melt the crayons. Cute!
be my valentine
Place rocks/stones over campfire to get hot. Then put them on picnic table and have kids color them with crayons. The crayons melt onto the stone making it look like paint! by virginia
virginia
virginia Place rocks/stones over campfire to get hot. Then put them on picnic table and have kids color them with crayons. The crayons melt onto the stone making it look like paint!
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Print on wax paper and iron onto fabric by iris-flower
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iris-flower Print on wax paper and iron onto fabric
arts crafts ideas
melt crayons on a canvas with a blowdryer by julie.matzke1
julie.matzke1
julie.matzke1 melt crayons on a canvas with a blowdryer
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You will need 4 colors of nail polish, a dental floss holder and a piece of wax paper. 1) Paint your nail with a color that you prefer. 2) Apply a generous glob of nail polish to a piece of wax paper . 3) Dab the floss in the nail polish and rock it over your nail to create a lines. 4) Repeat step 2 and 3 with another color. 5) Apply a top coat. by batjas88
batjas88
batjas88 You will need 4 colors of nail polish, a dental floss holder and a piece of wax paper. 1) Paint your nail with a color that you prefer. 2) Apply a generous glob of nail polish to a piece of wax paper . 3) Dab the floss in the nail polish and rock it over your nail to create a lines. 4) Repeat step 2 and 3 with another color. 5) Apply a top coat.
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melt crayons in the sun by francine
francine
francine melt crayons in the sun
Feels like home to me
Moss Graffiti:  Mix yogurt, water and live moss in a blender, then paint onto a wall. Moss will grow in the shape of whatever you painted. by echkbet
echkbet
echkbet Moss Graffiti: Mix yogurt, water and live moss in a blender, then paint onto a wall. Moss will grow in the shape of whatever you painted.
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Take crayons and an apple peeler, "peel" crayons and leave in random places on your canvas or paper in piles, once covered with crayon by alisha.beatty
alisha.beatty
alisha.beatty Take crayons and an apple peeler, "peel" crayons and leave in random places on your canvas or paper in piles, once covered with crayon
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Art idea; take crayons, tape to a canvas, and take a blow dryer and melt the crayons down the canvas. (I'm excited to try it!) by leslie3600
leslie3600
leslie3600 Art idea; take crayons, tape to a canvas, and take a blow dryer and melt the crayons down the canvas. (I'm excited to try it!)
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Crayon art!  I made this today for my daughter.  Hot glue crayons in the pattern you want then melt with a hair dryer. by tricia.t.harris
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tricia.t.harris Crayon art! I made this today for my daughter. Hot glue crayons in the pattern you want then melt with a hair dryer.
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Cookie Cutter Candles! Candle ends Crayons (optional) Small saucepan Small glass or metal bowl or clean tin can Parchment paper Cookie cutters Sheet pan Candlewicks Start by simmering water in a small saucepan. Place a heat-safe metal or glass bowl, or tin can, filled with candle ends, in the saucepan, creating a homemade double boiler. You can add a bit of color to the candles by dropping bits of crayons in with the candle ends. Once the wax is around 100˚F, you're ready to start pouring. by proteamundi
proteamundi
proteamundi Cookie Cutter Candles! Candle ends Crayons (optional) Small saucepan Small glass or metal bowl or clean tin can Parchment paper Cookie cutters Sheet pan Candlewicks Start by simmering water in a small saucepan. Place a heat-safe metal or glass bowl, or tin can, filled with candle ends, in the saucepan, creating a homemade double boiler. You can add a bit of color to the candles by dropping bits of crayons in with the candle ends. Once the wax is around 100˚F, you're ready to start pouring.
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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.) by proteamundi
proteamundi
proteamundi 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.)
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Melt the crayons with a hair dryer. Very creative by melva
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melva Melt the crayons with a hair dryer. Very creative
DIY ideas
make stained glass butterflies with wax paper and crayons by sarahx
sarahx
sarahx make stained glass butterflies with wax paper and crayons
Christmas delight
Let your children find some smooth, flat rocks, wash them off and bake them for 15 min. on a foil-lined cookie sheet @ 225 degrees. While the rocks are baking - remove the wrapper from some old crayons. Remove rocks from oven (with an oven mitt or potholder). Rocks will be VERY HOT. Now use the crayons to draw on the rocks. The heat will melt the crayon as you draw. To get the swirly effect, hold the crayon in one place to create a pool and then use the end of the crayon to swirl! by francisca
francisca
francisca Let your children find some smooth, flat rocks, wash them off and bake them for 15 min. on a foil-lined cookie sheet @ 225 degrees. While the rocks are baking - remove the wrapper from some old crayons. Remove rocks from oven (with an oven mitt or potholder). Rocks will be VERY HOT. Now use the crayons to draw on the rocks. The heat will melt the crayon as you draw. To get the swirly effect, hold the crayon in one place to create a pool and then use the end of the crayon to swirl!
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making letters with hot glue gun: wax paper, glue gun, dish soap, and printed words. Place the wax paper over the printed word, cover wax paper with thin layer of dish soap mixed with a tiny bit of water. Trace the letter outline with glue gun. After glue dries, peel off lettering...paint in any color. by PiaD
PiaD
PiaD making letters with hot glue gun: wax paper, glue gun, dish soap, and printed words. Place the wax paper over the printed word, cover wax paper with thin layer of dish soap mixed with a tiny bit of water. Trace the letter outline with glue gun. After glue dries, peel off lettering...paint in any color.
How To
Color (or conceal) yourself happy with Ben Nye's Neutralizing Crayons! Smooth, creamy pigment that cancels out redness, bluish under eye circles, preps tattoos for concealment and cleans up your winged liner and red lip. Draw onto browbones, cheekbones, cupid's bow or the bridge of the nose and blend away for highlighting in a snap. by LiveLoveLaughMyLife
LiveLoveLaughMyLife
LiveLoveLaughMyLife Color (or conceal) yourself happy with Ben Nye's Neutralizing Crayons! Smooth, creamy pigment that cancels out redness, bluish under eye circles, preps tattoos for concealment and cleans up your winged liner and red lip. Draw onto browbones, cheekbones, cupid's bow or the bridge of the nose and blend away for highlighting in a snap.
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