35 Uses for Crayons: They’re not just for Coloring!

What to do with Crayons: 35 Uses for Crayons

Another great find on #zulily! Two Step Wrapped Canvas #zulilyfinds. Oh my goodness. Do you see the puppy in the picture?? Bright colors AND a puppy?!?! I must have it.

Two Step Wrapped Canvas

Another great find on #zulily! Two Step Wrapped Canvas #zulilyfinds. Oh my goodness. Do you see the puppy in the picture?? Bright colors AND a puppy?!?! I must have it.

My own efforts at melted crayon art for our daughter... Board is the normal backing to the picture frame. Painted with white chalk paint. Letter and umbrella blanks cut out of cardboard and the rest is obvious from the pics.

My own efforts at melted crayon art for our daughter... Board is the normal backing to the picture frame. Painted with white chalk paint. Letter and umbrella blanks cut out of cardboard and the rest is obvious from the pics.

Melted crayon art - 16 x 20 canvas, 3 packs of crayons cut in half, hot glue gunned down, and melted with a hair dryer. Black and white photos in the middle to make it look like the color has melted out of the photos

Melted crayon art - 16 x 20 canvas, 3 packs of crayons cut in half, hot glue gunned down, and melted with a hair dryer. Black and white photos in the middle to make it look like the color has melted out of the photos

Sticking the crayons on to a cardboard instead of the canvas so the crayons are not shown in the final product // City Girl Meets Country Boy: Crayon Canvas Craze

Sticking the crayons on to a cardboard instead of the canvas so the crayons are not shown in the final product // City Girl Meets Country Boy: Crayon Canvas Craze

I made this really colourful, magical crayon art canvas today! Great gift idea for any potterhead or you could just keep it for yourself like me Mehr

Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)

Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)

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