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  • W Schmidt

    Wall Art. Crayons melted with a hair dryer on hot and low.

  • Amanda Flint

    Melted Crayon Canvas Art 1. Line a box of 64 crayons to the top of an art canvas. Remove the black and brown crayons to make the final result more vibrant. 2. To attach, use a hot glue gun to glue crayons to the canvas. 3. Once the crayons are attached and the glue is dry, blast the crayons with a hair dryer to make them melt. 4. Then, Watch as the colors bleed down the canvas, creating a beautiful, colorful mess.

  • Ari Ana

    melted crayon canvas art - perfect for kids room, or use only colors specific to the room you put it in. So many ways you could take this. One person just melted the crayon into an old spoon and let it drip only where they wanted it to look like rain coming down around an umbrella.... so doing this!

  • Jessi Larned

    So an awesome & simple art project I came across on the internet the other day entailed melting crayons. You heard that right! Melted Crayon Art...

  • Carlie Jean

    melted crayon art - just use hairdryer!

  • Liz Agiato

    Simple crayon wall art - need box of crayons, canvas, hot glue gun and a hair dryer. Can't wait to try this!

  • Lucy Roberts Real Estate

    Crayon canvas art project

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