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  • María Gutierrez

    Lindsey Daniella Did It: Melted Crayon Art Need: canvas (she used 10"x20") frame (optional) crayons (approx. 26 for 10" wide) glue (Aleene's Clear Gel Tacky Glue) heat gun / embossing gun / hair dryer silk flowers (peel-and-stick blooms)

  • Jairo Turcotte

    teacher#do it yourself gifts #diy gifts #creative handmade gifts|

  • Elsa McClure

    crayon melt (love it...I think we have lots of hair dryers in the Art's Attack room) 5th Grade Golden

  • Amber Danielson

    Now THAT'S how I want to do the crayon craft, for a kids' room

  • Amy Charlesworth

    another take on melted crayon art. Crayola flower art

  • Jessica Chavez

    Melted Crayon Art! Great for a kids room :)

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This is the first melted crayon art that has made me want to melt crayons. Love it!!!

All the tried and true directions on this site. She used painters tape to block resist the letter, and foamcore board instead of canvas.

Paint an eye onto the canvas and then glue small pieces of crayon underneath it. Melt the crayons with a hair dryer and you'll get an effect like this!

Have done this twice now! and LOVE it.. a good idea is to buy/use a cheap shower curtain and spread it out around the canvas.. will protect your area from flying wax

Crayon canvas art work! Esther Burns and Lindsey Palmer this should be yall's next project!! :)

Melted Crayon Art - I just love this picture. I have so many ideas I could make to give this to friends.. A dancer holding an umbrella.. A girl reading a book under a tree.. So many possibilities!

Artful Expression: Crayon Art - Superglue crayons to a canvas and use a blowdryer to make the crayons melt.

Melted Crayon Art. Great way to recycle those crayons and get a great house decor!

Different way of doing melted crayon art: Place crayons in a pattern or 'drawing' and then melt for more interesting shapes instead of the usual drip * need to do this with the kids *

I actually am starting to kind of hate all of these dumb melty crayon things (seriously, the entire internet has to have heard about it by now, right?), but anyway, this is a cute and clever take on it.

HOW TO: Recycle crayons, via Flickr. (Google Shopping search for "silicone heart shaped baking pan")

I looove the blue one.... could also try the green and make it a tree... ♥