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  • Mikaela Fox

    Melted Crayons combined with pictures. it would also look cool to put only black at white pics in the middle....like the color exploded from the pictures. This is cooler than most melted crayon art I've seen.

  • Izzy G.

    Awesomenesssssss! Melted Crayons combined with pictures. it would also look cool to put only black at white pics in the middle....like the color exploded from the pictures. Cool idea Liz! Stealing it.

  • Samantha Lilley

    Melted Crayons combined with pictures. it would also look cool to put only black and white pics in the middle....like the color exploded from the pictures

  • kristee

    Melted Crayons combined with pictures. It would also look cool to put only black white pics in the middle to look like the color exploded from them.

  • Evonna Engel

    I love doing crayon melting. It looks so cool at the end. But I never added Pics. like this. That is a cool idea.

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