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    Dry Erase crayons show up well on foil...never knew that!

    35 Uses for Crayons!

    crayon batik: line drawing on paper, trace with black marker, put piece of muslin over it, paint with melted crayons, crinkle when dry over garbage can, soak in rit dye, iron for a minute between 5 sheets of newspaper with white paper to get another print! X-Block Project....

    Wax & Crayon Leaves

    SCRATCH ART OWLS- GRADE 6 Have students use crayons on paper to create a design (color in full page). Cover with mixture of black tempura paint and soap. Let dry... scratch away. (two tablespoons of paint with a good sized drop (1/4 to a scant 1/2 tsp) of regular dish detergent)

    cool crayon art

    A gorgeous winter art activity with a child-directed process and a beautiful result too! How Wee Learn fine motor

    more melted crayon art ideas

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    Dress up your Minion! Dry Erase Activity For Kids .

    crayon transfer drawing from Tiny Rotten Peanuts

    different take on the melted crayon thing

    Crayon Rock Art

    Crayon Art

    Just finished doing this fun craft. I would definitely try it again. Some things that we discovered is that using one brand of crayons is better than several because they heat differently. RoseArt didn't work too well for melting, but crayola was a good brand to use, they heated fast and spread nice.

    DIY Crayon Rubbings - Mom on the Move

    right page - Using an altered book, collaged papers onto pages, brayered paint, modelling paste, neocolour II crayons, flowers, scrap paper from Basic Grey, lace, ribbon, ink, inky canvas and tissue paper

    A mobile made of crayon shavings, wax paper, and an old lamp shade

    Gifts for teachers - crayon pencil vase

    Crayon Resist Mittens Garland - Fun winter craft for kids to make! | CraftyMorning.com