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      My interpretation of melted crayon art. I created this using leftover crayons, which were peeled and then taped to the canvas. You may know the slight trace of glitter this is from my childhood glitter crayons that I could never bear to throw out. I traced a silhouette of my husband and I onto wax paper, cut it out and then traced it onto the canvas and filled it in with marker. I melted the crayons with a blow dryer, cause I couldn't bear to break the glue gun although I like the drippy look better. I found out that some non-crayola crayons do not melt. Original inspiration

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