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  • Elizabeth Lindell

    Letter crayons: Melted crayons poured into silicone alphabet trays. Would make awesome party favors for each child! Macie's art party idea.

  • Jill Byers ツ

    Letter crayons: Melted crayons poured into silicone alphabet trays. Would make awesome personalized gifts or party favors for kids!

  • Shauna Barnes

    recycled crayons party favors in guest name! melt crayons in the oven and pour into silicon alphabet molds/ice cube trays

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this is great for guests to do while the wedding party takes pictures, sounds super fun. I'd love to read them in place of the speeches

Melt crayons in cool shapes: melt au bain marie in an old can, then pour into mould, let cool

Melted Crayons & Wrappers. I love this! I would like to make this myself. Just the wrapper collage part is also cool individually too!

Different way of doing melted crayon art: Place crayons in a pattern or 'drawing' and then melt for more interesting shapes instead of the usual drip * need to do this with the kids *

A boy in my class a couple years ago gave these as little Valentines made out of melted crayons. He said, "For Crayon Out Loud, Happy Valentine's Day"... could also say, "You COLOR my world!" Use silicone cups to melt them in. baha love it<--- so cute, I have to remember this for dusty!!

This is a cool take on melted crayon art :)

Create your own chubby crayons... I'd do this with different hues of the same color!

Peel, break, put into silicon molds. Put into oven on really low heat (maybe 80 degrees Celsius?) Wait as the crayons will eventually melt. Let them cool and then press out of moulds. As you can see from picture 4 - some of the crayons (especially the really cheap ones!) break down into some sort of component pigment/waxy mess - but when they harden up you can turn them out and....