Let's Make Melted Crayon Art!
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To make melted crayon art, we first covered our work area and peeled and broke our crayons. (We broke our pieces pretty small, but I think larger pieces would have been better. As the crayons melted, the smaller pieces detached from our cereal boxes and rolled around.)
Then, I cut up a cereal box and hot glued crayons onto it. Then, we taped it into a disposable baking pan and turned on the hair dryer. (The pan prevented the melted crayons from staining our work area.)
Chuck really enjoyed this part.
Gosh. Aren't the colors so lovely?
I loved this project because it required very minimal materials and Chuck LOVED watching the crayons sputter and melt.
Looking for other cool crayon projects?
- Meri Cherry: Crayon Art Sculpture
- Babble Dabble Do: Melted Crayon Paintings
- Tiny Rotten Peanut: Crayon Transfer Technique
- Willow Day: Coloring Fabric with Crayons
- My guest post at Handmade Charlotte: Melted Crayon Canvas Art