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Crayon Art

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LOVE LOVE LOVE these DIY crayon wands to upcycle old crayons and create ART. Genius.

Fun Crayon Wands - Kids Activities Blog

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Crayon Art Sculpture - such a fun craft for an older child but also a great exercise when studying the various forms of art.

Crayon Art Sculpture - Meri Cherry

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Make beautiful rainbow Melted Crayon Seashells out of shells from the Dollar Store --- or from your travels!

Melted Crayon Sea Shells

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Gorgeous melted crayon art for kids

Melted Crayon Art with a Glue Gun ~ Learn Play Imagine

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This crayon art is beautiful! "Heat crayons up with a blow dryer and draw on canvas or other porous surfaces. Layer different shades of the same color for the best effect."

Crayon Art Round 2

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Not Crayon... but Paint Art put paint tape to cover the place to stencil, put paint filled balloons around canvas, pop with darts, let dry, use stencil to add silhouette

Colorful Dripping Wet Ink Drawings

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Rainbows & Honeysuckle: Melted Crayon Art

The Sunshine Blog: Melted Crayon Art

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Sun melted crayon candle. Love this idea! Kids love watching things grow or change shapes! I've got tons of jars and broken crayons!!

...and chaos ensued: Crayon Candle

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Original Pinner says, "Crayon heart wall art, easy to make, just arrange in a heart and melt crayons with a blow dryer (there will be lots of splatter fyi).. add a picture in the middle to use it as a frame"

Crayons+ the sun =BEAUTIFUL crayon art. Check out the fun techniques we tried to create stunning art pieces on canvas.

Paint and PLAY- Crayon Art ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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DIY Chevron Art using melted crayons