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Crazy things to do with crayons...who knew!?

Melting crayons on a canvas

Crayon bowl...fill with candy, a plant, etc. This would be cute if i used all blk crayons.

Crayon Bowl: This D. Crayon craft is made from a glass bowl and Crayons in all different colors and hues. It is a perfect gift to show appreciation for teachers.

Crayon art

Melted Crayon Art: use crayons and hair dryer. One day playroom.

Homemade art project!

Homemade art project with crayons!

Fun Baby Shower Gift

Fun Baby Shower Gift or Teachers Gift

A couple weeks ago, I saw this Round-Up of Melted Crayon Projects on Be Different, Act Normal .  I was intrigued and we have a whole box of ...

Don't Throw Away Your Old Crayons! - Page 10 of 10

Melted Crayon Word Art - could do any shape on a tile. Good older kids craft - must use a candle to melt the crayons

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Home made play dough project All you need is: 1 cups of flour cups of salt 1 cups water 1 TB vegetable oil TB cream of tarter *food coloring - I use the liquid kind

Recycled glass

Recycled glass

Cool doodle art (I might actually want to do this myself)

"scrumdilly-do" Stained Glass Windows, using index cards & markers

Photo by jshelley89 a Christmas present I made for my dad

Photo by a Christmas present I made for my dad--- golf theme for my dad

Classroom Ideas

handmade gifts teacher appreciation Teacher Gift ideas Crayon Art Love the idea

printing with a salad bar container on Smart-Fab

Bottoms of plastic containers as picture frame stamps—love it

A cool idea!  Could be put together to make a quilt.

This idea is from Pink & Green Mama, her “no-mess tie dye” .

I love making these kind of ceramics projects!  Slab work that is laid over a bowl (or any round shaped object) to harden, then fired & glazed.

Autumn leaf clay bowls, created by Lori from Fun Art 4 Kids and posted to Red Ted Art. Instructions are for Kiln fired clay, but could try with air dry clay.

Splish Splash Splatter: Recycled Art lots of ideas for art making for kids

paper mache bowl made from recycled magazines (for craft PDT - not for an art project)

DIY Sharpie Mugs: She explains to the tee how she cooked her mug at 425 for 30 minutes and then left the mug to cool in the oven. The results: a permanent cup at last! -- good because I did this once at 350 and the sharpie washed off

Ive been looking into this Sharpie mug 350 degrees craft and it looks as though many people have been experiencing fading or the colors coming off altogether. Cooked mug at 425 for 30 minutes and then left the mug to cool in the oven.

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