6 Things to Do With Crayons - Crayon Candle If you have several leftover crayon bits, you can make a candle by melting and layering them using a interesting "rainbow" effect . See how it's done at No Time For Flash Cards
Good Survival Kit info here. You will never look at an empty pill bottle the same after you see these creative upcycles. Remember, health doesn't come from plastic bottles, but if it does, make something fabulous with them afterwards.
If You Have A Lot Of Broken Crayons Lying Around, Make Some Impressionist Paintings. Ways To Create Melted Crayon Art
2-Ingredient Apple Pie Cups
Yes, you can make tasty apple pie cups with just two ingredients! All you need is a can of Pillsbury™ refrigerated cinnamon rolls and some apple pie filling for an easy fall-inspired treat that serves a crowd. For a little something extra, we recommend serving with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream. Expert tip: Use a nonstick muffin pan for easiest removal. PS: Have you heard the good news? Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls now have more icing (so this recipe is extra gooey and delicious)!
These are dried out water-based markers. Turn them into liquid watercolor paint. Fill a clean baby food jar with water, tie about six dry markers with a rubber band, and set them in the top of the jar. I let them sit over night and watercolor is made!
Crayon heart wall art - arrange in a heart and melt crayons with a blow dryer. add a picture in the middle to use it as a frame. Okay I've seen the crayon melty thing before but I love the heart/picture frame idea!