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different approach to crayons on canvas ~ way cooler than the original method... looks like a watercolor!

DIY Wall Art: Melted Crayons on Canvas.Another take on the melted crayon art. Use a fork or tweezers to hold the crayons so you don't burn yourself. I want to try this!

How to make melted crayon art on canvas!

Melted crayon makes such an explosion of color on canvas. Artistic Junkie has a great tutorial for melting crayon on canvas is perfect for all ages who love color and texture!

water color tutorial

The Triad Tree

Tree Watercolor Technique Tutorial: Wet on Wet, Tapping. Believe it or not, the finished result is a very realistic TREE.

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DIY Watercolor Texture Techniques from hatefueled on Deviant Art here.Top to bottom: alcohol, salt, blotting, stencils/erasing, sandpaper and wax. You can go to the link for more on each technique.

Pintar con acuarelas... Muy bueno! Art Projects

Watercolor Projects Kids Love - 60+ Watercolor Art Activities for Children

RECYCLING...Old puzzles as wall art #smart #diy #ideas

Puzzle pieces wall art and baby feet craft. - Top 28 Most Adorable DIY Wall Art Projects For Kids Room

melted in 250 degree oven - think it looks neater than with blowdryer....  from Naptime = Craft time!: MORE Melted Crayon Craziness!

This would be cool with a little shadow person holding an umbrella under different color blues! :) melted in 250 degree oven - think it looks neater than with blowdryer. from Naptime = Craft time!: MORE Melted Crayon Craziness!

A beautiful piece of melted crayon art.  (Artist Unknown).  See?  There's no reason to ever outgrow your crayons!

A beautiful piece of melted crayon art. There's no reason to ever outgrow your crayons! Abstract art in gorgeous colors!

Keep your kids busy this spring break!  Just did this craft with wide age range of kids. All LOVED it!!  Ordered tiny drop bottles off Amazon, they worked great for the alcohol. Notice in the pictures that the marker is really solid in the corners, gives better results with lots of ink.  Dries in about 10 minutes, then I sprayed with gloss sealer (outside).  Do this Project!!! xo laura.   For more fun ideas visit http://mytimefriends.com

Keep your kids busy this spring break

Sharpie and rubbing alcohol art project on canvas with incredible results! Fun project for the kids.

Crafting is so much fun, especially when it’s easy and inexpensive. Take for instance, these amazing Sharpie crafts and decorating projects that you can do with little money and little time.

DIY - Sharpie Coasters, ceramic tiles (free or very inexpensive at any home store center), rubbing alcohol added with a straw or eyedropper, (for the colors to mix) -- Great inexpensive gifts!(Diy Ideas For The Home)

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