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  • Momo Bean

    DIY sun catchers. Melted crayon between wax paper, cut out in heart shapes.

  • Brittany Jones

    Crayon shavings sandwiched between two sheets of wax paper. Iron. Then cut out shapes. Via @Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine. Not heart shapes...

  • Leiona Jones

    Melted crayon hearts and wax paper. Great for kids craft :)

  • Andrea Arana

    Cute valentines day craft:) Crayon Hearts 370K 30 Email Save Print View Gallery 1 of 3 « » We Also Love Valentine's Day Crafts Valentine's Day Crafts � � 1 of 2 Find More Crafting ideas Decorating ideas Good Things ideas Kids ideas Party decorations ideas Poor Okay Good Great Awesome Rate (144) Comments(51) Martha Stewart Living, February 2000 If the sun seems to peer right into your window, give it something pretty to look at -- and through. These translucent hanging hearts are easy to make from waxed paper and crayons. In return, sunbeams will color your room with cheer. Begin with a 12-by-16-inch sheet of waxed paper. Fold it in half along its length; unfold. Deposit wax-crayon shavings (made with a handheld pencil sharpener) evenly but not thickly across one half of the paper. Fold the clean half of the paper over the shavings. Crimp the three open edges with a 1/2-inch fold to hold the shavings. Protect your ironing surface with kraft paper. Place the waxed paper on the kraft paper, and cover it with another sheet of kraft paper. Iron lightly on medium heat, checking after every few passes. Stop when all the shavings have melted; let cool. Next, trace and cut out hearts of various sizes. String each heart with a silk thread for hanging.

  • Kristie

    Melted crayons in wax paper, a classic valentine craft!

  • Jodi Evenson

    Melted crayon with wax paper hearts via Martha Stewart

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Love the bright colors. What a fun idea to hang on your front door for the month of February.

Really busy. I would counter them with a plain ribbon or simple chain or beaded chain. Very pretty.

paper hearts -- tried this, comes out so cute, need to do it again

such a lovely and beautiful project. I'm sure I'll be using that soon.

The crayons are lined up along the edge and melted on a foam board using a heat gun. Specific heat is applied for the desired outcome of several defined drips. There is direct dripping from the crayon pieces that extends through the lower third of the board, with some drips extending all the way to the bottom. Wrappers are left on this piece to emphasized the melting of the crayons.

Crayon shavings, wax paper, iron. Easy and will be great to look at on the light table.

The hearts & flowers aren't really my thing, but you could do all sorts of shapes and colours.