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  • Amanda Whitted Bauman

    supplies: canvas, crayons, hair dryer, and hot glue. peel off the paper labels from crayons. glue all the crayons to the top of the canvas (pointing down) with a single strip of hot glue from a high-heat glue gun, let it dry for a few minutes. melt crayons with a hair dryer set to 90 degrees. |Pinned from PinTo for iPad|

  • Nikki Torres

    DIY art!! with crayons

  • Shannon Fabick

    Crayons melted with hairdryer on canvas. Cool.

  • Wendi Work

    melted crayon art project.

  • Amber Kaplan

    Melted Crayon Art on Canvas... looks so easy all you need is a hairdryer, some crayons and a canvas... and maybe a little patience :)

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