DIY Architectural Letters ~ Designing and constructing a letter. Instead of wet, messy adhesive, you'll be using paper packing tape to create a papier mache effect. Inexpensive and easy to use, it creates finished letters that are hard and durable.
Use duct tape for words. Place crayons on top. Blow dry on high heat till crayons melt. Blow dry side to side to blend colors. Slowly remove duct tape to reveal words. I've seen the crayon thing before, but love the duct tape idea!
Melted Rainbow Crayon Art Tutorial - by Glorious Treats.make this, but don't glue the crayons on. Either make the rainbow colors cover the entire canvas, or put verse in place of crayons. I've always wanted to make one of these!
***seems easier than the blowdryer idea! Plus you dont have alm of those crayons up top!**** Use an old glue gun and feed crayons through it to make art. Gotta try this They sell small glue guns at dollar stores