Crayon Art Sculpture--Perhaps the most unique use of crayons yet.

art actually: paper sculptures

My friend makes these for the kids at school. Really cute idea. Would be better with only 1 or 2 colors though, so you don't get grey spots.

Crafty Crayon Molds--Fill foil cupcake liners about two-thirds full with unwrapped crayon stubs in assorted colors, place in a muffin tin, and bake at 275 degrees until melted (about 10 minutes). Then freeze for cool colorers with zigzag edges.

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Art to color

Tons of handprint art ideas for kids

Footprint art, sweet idea to keep those little kiddies busy on rainy spring days

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

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How to Make Crayon Art. Crayon art flowers! DIY! All u need is a canvas/hair blow dryer/ and crayons!

so crafty! i would do this and put a bible verse in the heart! crayon art, crayons, melted crayons

Hot glue rubbing plates. Make your design with hot glue on a square piece of cardboard, let dry and then hand it over to the kids with some sheets of paper and crayons to rub over.

Crayons in a glue gun... Shut the front door!!! ...also has other cool links on this page... Great DIY projects.

This has to be the coolest thing I’ve ever seen! This crayon sculpture would be a great craft idea for you and your kids to do together. Make sure you are the one in charge of the hot glue gun, of course. If you and your kids are looking for some bonding time I feel …

Turn your munchkin into leprechaun with this St. Patrick's Day crafts for kids.

Complete handprint animal alphabet from Red Ted Art

Canvas Art. Quick DIY, doesn't look hard at all. Wonder if it would work on an art journal page also.

how to make soap bathtub crayons... you're never too old for these.

Crayon art! Glue crayons on a canvas and tape off any areas you don't want wax on. Then use a blow dryer to melt the crayons .