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11 Rainy Day DIY Activities for Kids

Crayon Art. This One Is Different and Really Cool.

Glue crayons on a piece of white cardboard then take a blow dryer and melt the crayons. then draw a silhouette of what you want. I did this with my daughter a year ago...worked really well. I glued the crayons on first with craft glue....also have a drop sheet out as it can get abit messy!!!

Melted crayon art. My daughter loves princesses, but I didn't want her room too "Disney-ish" so I googled "princess silhouettes" and printed the pictures from my printer. I took the printed image and cut it out of contact paper. Next, on the canvases, I stuck down the image, hot glued the crayons to the top and melted the crayons all the way to the bottom, peeled off the contact paper and was left with the silhouette. I had to touch up some edges with white paint, but they turned out well.

Bring paper punchers outside and use on leaves in autumn. I never thought of doing something like this, but it's a really cool idea.

cool box ideas, fold and cut

Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your masterpiece!

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Wanna Be Silkies & Holder

Melt down crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden. Makes big crayons that can be rolled up as they are used.