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  • Cass Martin

    Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed. crayon art

  • Rebecca Vogel Pitts

    Water color crayons. (shaved crayon, watered, ironed)

  • Xela Amam

    "Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed." Would be an amazing art project for examining colour and texture.

  • Linda Kelch

    Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed. very pretty. where do you get watercolor crayons, though?

  • hazel

    Beautiful art made with watercolor crayon shavings - who knew! This blog has many other fun craft ideas as well.

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